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As I watched the news and the actions of those who chose to invade our Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021, my thoughts turned to the lady who stands in the harbor in New York City: our Statue of Liberty, our American lady, a gift from the people of France to the people of the United States and…

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The slogan for the town of Warrenton is “Historically Great, Progressively Strong.” Are you familiar with it? A little over a year ago, a town survey was conducted. One of the questions had to do with whether people knew about the town slogan and what it meant to them. Many respondents said …

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Although all the final numbers aren’t in, it appears North Carolina experienced a very good economy in 2021. The rebound from the COVID-19 recession continued and put up strong numbers for the state economy. The big question is, will the good news continue in 2022?

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With the inflation rate at f40-year highs, coping with a higher cost-of-living is on our minds.  Both households and businesses are considering strategies for dealing with higher prices. Cutting back on non-essentials, limiting travel, searching for bargains and working extra hours to earn m…

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The Voices of Warren County organization has been working to build a platform for you to lift your voices. This is your opportunity to speak and be heard. We are not driven by any political party or religious practices. This is an all-inclusive effort for all Warren County’s citizens to have…

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Who doesn’t like to be paid more? Maybe there are a few workers who are indifferent to their earnings, but I haven’t met them yet. Obviously being paid more means workers can buy more of what they want for themselves, their families and even charities they support.

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The COVID-19 crisis had enormous and destructive consequences for our health, our economy, our education systems, and the quality of our social and family lives. Now, just imagine how much worse the consequences would have been in the absence of modern information and computer technology (ICT).

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I would like to know when the Warren County Board of Education will start to look out for the well-being of its students and staff. When will they stop being yes-men to the Central Office and start looking, really looking, at their students, staff and community?