When the public has a concern, our democracy provides avenues to seek action. Another one of those is happening this evening on the campus of Vance-Granville Community College, weather permitting.
We all want what is best for our communities, and that means we need excellence in elected representation.
We applaud a new initiative aimed at youngsters as a proactive move against gangs in our community.
We join the American Heart Association and N.C. Council for Women in bringing attention to heart disease. The council will be gathering today at a Go Red for Women presentation, learning ways to reduce the risks of falling victim.
Athletes from around the globe have gathered for the Olympics Winter Games in Sochi. Like a good buffet, take your choice and enjoy.
The final outcome isn’t perfect. But Tri-County farmers needed some help. We hope it has arrived.
Practice can make perfect, or at least provide the opportunity. That’s why books are needed. The United Way is anchoring the effort with a February book drive, and it’ll be the residents of Vance County that lead the way with donations. Our children’s education is the reward for all of us.