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A few thoughts as we head towards November
A few thoughts as we head towards November

After a long weekend of soccer in Winston-Salem, I had a lot of time to experience and process things. Mostly, as I cruised across our state on I-40, I considered way too many things that bother me.
That means it is share time:
•I’ve really started to notice, after making lots of trips to Charlotte and other points west of Raleigh, that way too many people think North Carolina ends at Raleigh.

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We need to address domestic violence as a community and understand it can lead to death

Dear editor:
“He says he loves me.”  It was my fault, if only I had the food at the right temperature.”  “He thought I spoke to a man in passing.”  These are some of the excuses women give to justify being abused by their husband, boyfriend or intimate partner.  Love is kind, patient, and it does not HURT.  According to DomesticViolenceStatistics.Org, a woman is assaulted or beaten every nine seconds in the United States.

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Have we lost our way chasing freedom?

Dear editor:
This country was founded on God, and the belief that He is our Lord and Savior. We founded this country to be free, but somewhere along the way we have lost touch from our foundation. We allowed freedom of speech, religion, among other things.

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

SUMMER FUN! –– This week’s Backward Glances photo was contributed by Brenda Wheeler of Nashville. Pictured above at Fort Macon (left to right) are Jo Anne Wheeler Pipkin, Sidney Wheeler, Brenda Wheeler, and Linda Wheeler. The photo was taken sometime during the 70s.

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