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The other day a “pile” of political literature showed up at our front door promoting candidates such as Thom Tillis, David Woodson, E.C. Sykes, Sandy Smith, Dan Forest, Paul Newby, and various judicial candidates. 

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I must have missed something in the governor’s order requiring masks to be worn when in public. There was evidently an exclusion for boaters which I didn’t see. 

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When I read the (July 22) letter Changing History, I thought to myself, this individual has been totally mis-educated about history and the definition of hero. People are not trying to change history. We are correcting the record and educating those willing to listen. 

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The old monuments have been taken down. The old battle flag has been lowered, folded, and put away even at NASCAR events. Black Lives Matter is everywhere. Uncle Ben and Aunt Jemima have been put to rest. Washington’s football team is replacing its Redskins nickname.  And John Lewis has join…

For all of us who have been following the daily news of the spread of the coronavirus, it seems that things are getting worse rather than better.

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All who knew John Lewis personally or through history books can honestly say we knew a man of courage, faith, and love. His life of service and leadership to this nation caused a permanent change for the better. 

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On 23 June 2020 we erased a small piece of history in Warren County.  Because of outside threats against the safety of citizens and property in Warren County, it was decided that a statue commemorating the bravery of soldiers who fought during the Civil War had to be removed and hidden. Stat…

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The following is reprinted from July 2004.

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On behalf of all employees of the Warren County ABC System, we would like to thank all those who are complying with wearing a mask when entering our stores at both Norlina and Lake Gaston.

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Jim Valvano, the legendary coach at NC States in the early 1980s, in one of his speeches made a profound statement that I sincerely believe applies to the citizens of North Carolina and Warren County today during the coronavirus crisis. 

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Recently, I watched a couple of interviews that Robert W. Lee, a direct descendant of Robert E. Lee, gave concerning taking down Confederate monuments.