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Reynolds inducts 13 into Arts Hall of Fame

    Reynolds inducts 13 into Arts Hall of Fame

R.J. Reynolds High School inducts 13 alumni into Arts Hall of Fame.

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Flying High!

    Flying High!

On Saturday, Sept. 16 the RC Aircraft Club hosted a mini-airshow to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina.

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Joe Dudley: 50 years of making us

    Joe Dudley: 50 years of making us

Joe Louis Dudley Sr. was held back twice by the time he reached the 11th grade, but he never gave up, because of something his mother Clara Yeates Dudley told him: “Prove them wrong, Joe,” and he did.

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Editorial: Kudos to our agencies, which prepared for Irma

    Editorial: Kudos to our agencies, which prepared for Irma

Looking at the television reports and seeing what Irma did in Florida and the Caribbean has been heartbreaking. The flooding, trees down and power outages have been dramatic.

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Sam Youse’s testimony can save your life

    Sam Youse’s testimony can save your life

Busta Brown’s Person of the Week

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Sharpton, clergy push for social activism

    Sharpton, clergy push for social activism

Thousands of people, including a cadre of faith leaders from the Reconciled Church Movement (RCM), which represents various faith-based communities, joined the Rev. Al Sharpton and members of his nonprofit National Action Network (NAN) in Washington, D.C. to rebuke President Donald Trump and recommit themselves to the fight for social and economic justice.

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

This week’s letters to the editor

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Commentary: Prices change behavior

    Commentary: Prices change behavior

A quick study of economics will inform us that “prices” lead to efficiency in the use of scarce resources.

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Editorial Cartoon: Serial Gerrymanderer

    Editorial Cartoon: Serial Gerrymanderer

This week’s editorial cartoon by Ron Rogers.

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Commentary: A bigger Sinclair is bad for TV and bad for democracy

    Commentary: A bigger Sinclair is bad for TV and bad for democracy

In May, the Sinclair Broadcast Group – one of the largest owners of TV stations in the country –announced plans to spend $3.9 billion to acquire Tribune Media.

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