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To the Editor, Now that the local elections are over and the results are in, I have been pondering the results. Granville County has approximately 60,000 residents. According to the Board of … more
To the Editor, The town of Butner may not, but some of its residents sure have. Residents on 27th Street started complaining about potholes on their street back in June. They were told it would … more
To the Editor, As a retired educator, I often wonder how much support do we give our public schools? I see year after year where the N.C. General Assembly cuts education. It is so important to … more
To the Editor, The Staple Singers released a song in 1973 entitled “Be What You Are,” which sent the message of accepting and being satisfied with living the life you have and can afford, … more
To the Editor, With local and national elections approaching, and each having several women running for office, my title is worth considering, especially on the local scene. Here’s why. For … more
To the Editor, I wanted to take this opportunity as one-stop early voting has started to remind voters about sponsored by the League of Women Voters. This is a one-stop website … more
To the Editor, I read with interest what Butner candidates had to say at the recent candidates forum, and what I heard sounded more like something from “The Twilight Zone” rather than cold … more
To the Editor, Donna Currin wrote a good article [“In response to the city sidewalk and complaining,” Sept. 6]. I had a neighbor who worked for Fred Smith Paving Company. He had to get up … more
To the Editor, You do not help Butner by throwing out trash along the road and into yards. This has to stop. You can put your trash in the trash can where you buy your food. When you throw … more
To the Editor, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” however, if it is broken then it really needs fixing might be the best way to describe our schools’ performance. The latest report … more
To the Editor, Dear everyone who will listen, my name is Donna Currin (I am no writer) and I have lived within the city limits of this great city for 46 years. I have been a resident of Granville … more
To the Editor, One of the many problems of the South Granville Water and Sewer Authority involves the fact that the size and status of the water and sewer infrastructure will not allow anymore … more
To the Editor, For some time, myself, along with several others, have put forth the argument that the South Granville Water and Sewer Authority is little more than a bureaucratic, redundant, … more
To the Editor, It sounds like Gate Two Road is almost getting to be like Washington D.C. traffic. A friend of mine says the first morning employees get off at 2 p.m. in the afternoon up in … more
To the Editor, Many will say my headline is an oxymoron, i.e. a combination of contradictory or incongruous words (such as cruel kindness), and in many cases that is true. Politicians, whether … more
To the Editor, Each year by July 1, water authorities must provide customers with a Consumer Confidence Report on the quality of water they produced for the previous year. These are required by … more
To the Editor, After listening to the minutes of the most recent South Granville Water & Sewer Authority meeting held June 11, I can sum up my reaction in one word: Amazed. That also … more
To the Editor, Although an argument can definitely be made that mankind is approaching its last few days, this is not what I refer to in my headline; rather, I speak of saying “goodbye” and … more
To the Editor, “Excessive profit or advantage derived from a business transaction.” This is the definition of “highway robbery.” Now examine the following: According to data retrieved … more
To the Editor, This writer served as a Creedmoor commissioner from December 2013 to December 2017. From the middle of 2016 and throughout 2017, the former mayor found himself in a … more
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