June 7, 2014 RSS feed / Editorial

D-Day vets fade away, but their accomplishment won’t

Seventy years later, the survivors of D-Day, and there are not many of them left, can still remember the cries of the wounded and dying, their comrades on Normandy’s beaches.  They remember the awful whizzing sounds of bullets and the the More...

Teachers asked to trade security for pay raise

RALEIGH Many a North Carolina family will gather at the kitchen table this month if the state Senate’s teacher salary plan becomes law. More...

An appropriate tribute by Roxboro Rotary Club

A host of World War II veterans were on hand at the Person County Museum of History Friday morning when the Rotary Club of Roxboro hosted a D-Day Remembrance Ceremony.  More...

To pay more, employ fewer

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RALEIGH If Gov. Pat McCrory and the General Assembly enact a 2014-15 budget that eliminates some government positions in order to fund pay raises for other government employees, they’ll get criticized in the usual manner by the usual people. So what? More...

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