Several in Henderson and Vance County are choosing to make a difference. For that, we offer congratulations.
Golden LEAF isn’t going anywhere, nor is the N.C. Rural Center. Each will have money, but the state government’s share is set to dramatically scale back. They are a sacrifice within a solution.
There are a number of people and organizations in the Tri-County that will want to help tornado victims. That’s one of the beauties of this region and who we are — we’re a generous and giving community concerned for not only us, but also those around us. We help as best we can.
Crime problems of the city and county won’t be completely resolved Thursday night. They can, however, be helped. Knowledge is going to be available.
For those clamoring for chances to question, for those wanting answers about our community, this is that opportunity.
Safety belt use was not much more than one in 10 three decades ago. Today, about nine out of 10 buckle up and appreciate the protection.
To many, much is often asked, and we are appreciative when it is delivered. To others, little is often asked, and we are disappointed when it cannot be delivered. Accountability and responsibility are vital to everyone in every facet of life. Not everyone can do everything, but when we accept the call for our part, the examination begins.
City of Henderson is moving forward after two acts this week, and happy reunions never get old.
There’s little debate our lives are not just gaining days and months, but actually years through the advances of technology.