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Letter: Virginia falls victim to woke mob

I trust you saw where the far left Democratic governor of Virginia toppled the statue of General Robert E. Lee in Richmond and had it ... Read more

19 hours ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Solar power education needed

Solar power isn’t “free” or “clean.” It destroys oxygen-producing forests and wildlife habitat and is much more expensive than electrical power generated by abundant, clean-burning ... Read more

19 hours ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Faithful Friends has raised $80,000 from aluminum can recycling

Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary, with the can drops made by our supporters and the tireless work of our volunteers, has raised over $80,000, from aluminum ... Read more

19 hours ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Article is from when people were patriotic

I found a newspaper clipping written by former Post reporter Rose Post about Confederate Memorial Day (Titled “War started as lark, ended as tragedy”). It ... Read more

19 hours ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Power grid needs to be strengthened

We must do more to strengthen our power grid against an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) event. Such an event can result from an attack by terrorists ... Read more

19 hours ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Some ways to stop all the killings

Michael Rashad Payne, 29, was shot and later on died recently near Livingstone College. Around that same time, Gary Lowe, 39, was murdered on Carpenters ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Biden riding bike at beach while nation burns

While Rome burned, Nero, allegedly, played his fiddle. I don’t know if Joe has a fiddle, but he does like to ride bicycles at his ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Board of Education interviews a joke

I was amazed at the way the Rowan-Salisbury Schools Board of Education interview process was handled for the recently vacant seat of Mrs. Cox. It ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Voting Rights Act is critical to US

John Hood, “What’s more democratic than elections?” (Sept. 14), failed to support the Voting Rights Act pending in Congress. Passage of the Voting Rights Act ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Parents need to take hard look at themselves

I’m so frustrated with our county right know. Our children are being affected by COVID-19. This is not about freedom. This is about keeping our ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Pro-life contradiction clear amid COVID-19

I am pro-life when it pertains to myself personally, but I am pro-choice when it comes to everybody else. I do not have the right ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Continuing to learn, act on scripture

From scripture, love your neighbor as you love yourself. I want to continue to learn and act on the first sentence of this statement. As ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letter: COVID-19 is the country’s newest war

A sincere salute to all the American men and women who serve or have served in the U.S. military. Way too many of those men ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Shut the schools down

Shut the schools down please. Other states are protecting their kids and shutting back down their schools. Why don’t we? We can’t ignore the facts. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Seeing Sept. 11 attacks from Northeast Medical Center

A day that will never be forgotten! I was starting the morning at my job as an X-ray tech at Northeast Medical Center. Someone in ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Driving through the night on Sept. 11

I was notified of the disaster on Sept. 11 around 1 p.m. I made ready, drove through the night and arrived at the Pentagon, which ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Working in New York City on Sept. 11

By 9:20 a.m. I was on the 21st floor of the McGraw Hill Building on Sixth Avenue. Until that time, it was just a beautiful ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: City shouldn’t pay workers to get COVID-19 shots

Have the leaders of the city of Salisbury lost their minds? Paying hundreds of dollars so city workers will take the COVID shots? Do they ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Witnessing Sept. 11 from Republic of Georgia

My husband Will, son Robyn and I were living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia on this fateful day where Will, as a USAID contractor, was ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Let he who is without sin cast the first stone

First of all, I would like to say that Craig Pierce is my friend. I have known him all of my life. He operated a ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Don’t approve Gold Hill solar farm

I read with great interest the other day in the Salisbury Post about a future solar farm in Gold Hill. The spokesman for the project ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Where were the masks at events?

I have just finished reading Salisbury the Magazine. At the back in The Scene (page 62), the Faith Fourth of July parade and Dragon Boat ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Solar farm would ruin new gold rush

In 2021, my wife and I moved from Georgia to Gold Hill and found that “gold” has been re-discovered in Gold Hill, Rowan County! In ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Time to finally work together against COVID

A Rowan friend recently posted, “COVID loves all of us. COVID has no boundaries. So why is it separating us?” This question is timely with ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Two school board members following different agenda

Regarding your article on the mask mandate published Tuesday (“School Board extends mask mandate”), I am appalled that two members of the board had the ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Working families always suffer

My son who is 4 and a half years old has been attending Cornerstone Child Development Center in Salisbury for around four years. A few ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: How do you like Biden now?

How do you like me now? Before the election I tried to warn folks to vote for policies, not personalities. Yes, Trump said things I ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: No one else would get this treatment

County Commissioner Craig Pierce has used his seat as a pulpit for his lofty conservative morals. And with that, he has spared no punches harshly ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Post Letters.

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