The pen and phone approach isn’t good for America. Constructive dialogue is recommended.
North Carolinians heading to the polls this year — and any other for that matter — have a 21st century question to ask the politicians wanting their votes. And it is a question they should not have to be asking. “Are you going to quit?”
Realizing the difference between emotions of the moment and a deeper depression can be the difference in life and death.
We are one of Henderson’s oldest businesses, still committed, as we have been each year since 1914 to being the best source of news and information for the area. This is our readers’ newspaper.
Commissioners have a tremendous challenge ahead of them. Our poverty status, changing landscape of education and stalled growth economically will impact the pool of candidates from which to choose a successor.
Tuesday’s annual Henderson-Vance Night Out Against Crime was certainly a success, reaching a number of people from various neighborhoods throughout our community.
Dismantling of college sports’ governing body took a significant step Thursday when its board of directors approved a reform package. Future athletes and coaches here in Vance County were handed a significant change, too.