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The following is reprinted from November 2012.

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During the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation, Kamala Harris spent 30 minutes one day and 20 the next asking irrelevant questions that had been endlessly asked by her colleagues prior to her turn.

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The following is reprinted from March 2010.

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Although COVID-19 is still with us, there’s been a recent shift in the kind of attention given to the virus. For months, the focus has been on coping with the virus, controlling the spread and deciding how much personal interaction can safely occur.

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I wanted to take a very brief moment to respond to J.W. Beddinfield’s (Sept. 30) letter in defense of the coal industry. 

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I am writing for two reasons: to respond to the (Sept. 9 letter), Voting for change, and to encourage everyone to vote early beginning Oct. 15.

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For several days now, someone sets off fireworks in the evenings which can be heard all over town. And again (on Oct. 2).

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Every year, hundreds of people across North Carolina are injured (or worse) in home fires. And what’s especially tragic is many of these fires occur in the heart of where we live: the kitchen.  

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The following is reprinted from January 2005.

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Just a reminder that we have many black and brown children growing up in Warren County. I have black children and grandchildren myself. I pray for the safety of all children, but I must admit that I pray for mine even more, especially my grandsons. 

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Is Joe Biden too Catholic? Or not enough? Has Donald Trump corrupted the leaders of conservative religious groups? Religion is everywhere, even in four important books featured during the next few weeks on North Carolina Bookwatch.

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This letter is in response to Earlean Suitte Henderson’s Sept. 9 letter. She made a statement about the coal and manufacturing jobs that did not return. I drive an 18-wheeler for Hills Coal and Trucking in Galax, Va. We have a coal yard in Galax and the coalmine is in Appalachia, Va. 

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The following letter was sent to Warrenton Mayor Walter Gardner from Michael S. Regan, secretary of the N.C. Department of Environmental Quality. Reprinted with permission. 

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What is more interesting than the upcoming debates between candidates for major political offices? Of course, it is the debate about the debates.

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This past July, the Revitalization Committee, a committee of the Warrenton Town Board, started circulating a survey, which is designed to