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Opinion

Letter: Vote against Republicans like your life depends on it

Carol Pomeroy’s letter published Oct. 4 (“State’s health care system doesn’t meet needs of the people”) is so very correct. Those glaring needs are more ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Sharon Randall: Don’t worry, be happy

By Sharon Randall There’s a lot going on these days. A worldwide pandemic. People out of work, fearing eviction. Hurricanes. Wildfires. Protests. Riots. And a ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

My Turn, Wilson Cherry: Completing census is vitally important for all

By Wilson Cherry With the extension of the 2020 census deadline, it is extremely important that individuals and their families who have members with developmental ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Lifestyles.

Gary Pearce: No more debates needed

Presidential debates are outdated. They’ve outlived their sell-by date. They should be consigned to the dustbin of history. COVID-19 killed off this week’s scheduled presidential ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: People must make changes to prevent another crash

The images were as shocking as the reality of the incident. A tractor-trailer on Aug. 11 crashed into a stationary fire engine on I-85. That ... Read more

1 week ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

John Hood: Ticket splitting still shapes elections

By John Hood RALEIGH — North Carolina, like most of the country, has become increasingly polarized in our political thinking and behavior. But what does ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Shameful action at downtown cruise-in

I am a person with a compromised immune system, not to mention I have eight grandchildren and elderly parents. Last Saturday night, I was appalled ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letter: He voted for former government teacher

On an October morning in 2008, I would be in Keith Townsend’s advanced placement government class analyzing one of the most consequential elections in American ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letters: Encouraged by anti-abortion protest

We respect the Christian denominations and our Jewish friends. We are not encouraging a political debate, but we need to echo Mother Theresa’s words, “if ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Josh Bergeron: In Lexington, city-county conflict springs up around Confederate monument

Miles away and a river apart, a city-led effort to remove a Confederate monument looks unlike Salisbury’s effort. In Lexington, as across the nation, there’s ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Josh Bergeron.

Darts and Laurels: Livingstone’s efforts in COVID control paying off

Laurel to Livingstone College for putting in place aggressive testing and infection control measures for a return to classes. The college tested all staff and ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Francis Koster: Unpolluted food for thought

By Francis Koster I am the oldest of six kids. My father was a very good man, but he was not what you would call ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

My Turn, Cheryl Goins: Poster draws unexpected, negative comments

By Cheryl Goins This summer, in response to the horrific murder of George Floyd and the ensuing protests, my husband Ted and I put a ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

My Turn, Susan Cox: Studer is school board member community needs

By Susan Cox I was elected to the Rowan-Salisbury Board of Education in 2012. It has been a very rewarding experience and a highlight of ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Nalini Joseph: Children should experience sacrifice to be great

By Nalini Joseph As parents, we often think of mental stress that our children face as something to be avoided. Mental anguish is synonymous with ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Sanborn will ensure school board remains committed to students

In this year’s election, we will make many important decisions and choices that will have a lasting impact on the lives of our children. One ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Research, pray about it before you vote

I’m writing this to all Christians, especially Democrats who are Christians. I know President Donald Trump isn’t a saint, but look at the Democrats’ platform. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Angels on earth and at New Hope AME Zion Church

With all the ugliness going on in our country, God still has angels here on Earth in human form. You see, I have not gone ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Editorial: Don’t wait for election to start superintendent search

At the risk of echoing a white hot national political conversation, the Rowan-Salisbury Schools Board of Education should continue on its path to find a ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Ada Fisher: When should the president step aside?

By Ada Fisher The presidency sits precariously, not just in the hands of the people. But under the 25th Amendment, it may be deemed void ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Consider history of power generation in vote

When Jimmy Carter became president, in his first address to the nation, he made announcements of changes that affect us today. No more nuclear war, ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

D.G. Martin: Some supporters overlook flaws in favor of fight

By D.G. Martin We both love America? We would fight for our country. And we would fight to keep it the way we love it. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

John Hood: Superintendent candidates clash on reopening schools

By John Hood RALEIGH — When Democrat Jen Mangrum and Republican Catherine Truitt first filed to run for state superintendent of public instruction, neither could ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: Still good things happening in Rowan County

In a doom-and-gloom year dominated by COVID-19, here are some bits of news to remind you that there are still good things happening in our ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Letter: Flea market is worsening outbreak

I have written our state and county health departments, county commissioners and even the governor’s office about the large crowds that gather at the Webb ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: He’d rather have a jerk than a clueless nice guy

Hindsight is a wonderful thing. In late January, when the danger of COVID-19 was becoming a possibility, President Donald Trump shut down all flights coming ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Former Stanly school board chair endorses Sanborn

For eight years, I served as chairman of the Stanly County Board of Education. During those years, I was introduced to Kathy McDuffie (now Sanborn). ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Gary Pearce: History shows how incumbent president could lose

By Gary Pearce Republicans this year might find alarming parallels with the three incumbent presidents to lose reelection in the last 100 years. All three ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Josh Bergeron.

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