Fresh off a new education spending plan, we hope the N.C. House of Representatives also has a different view from its Senate counterpart for Duke Energy’s coal ash albatross.
As long as charter schools are in use of the public’s money, the public has a right to know as defined and protected in our state’s open meetings and public records laws.
The N.C. House of Representatives helped us this week with HB1145.
Granville County students received a history lesson taught through ugly means this semester.
The recreation master plan, a community giving back within and the efforts of a blind man earn our praise this week.
The survivors have been there, in a doctor’s office, and heard a voice say the word that can shatter many hopes and dreams: cancer. It never gets easier for the physician or the patient. The reason is we haven’t found a cure. And that’s why Relay tonight is so important, why we need to be there, why we need to bring a dollar or two and get in on the many activities that will be happening.
The senators are correct in addressing a problem long overdue to attention. But we’re hopeful the average Tri-County citizen isn’t given such a painful payment plan at the pumps.