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Letter: ‘Fame’ deserves an honored place

The city of Salisbury is home to many veterans. There are 142,088 citizens in Rowan County and 33,988 citizens in the city of Salisbury. The ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Let citizens decide future of ‘Fame’

Members of the “Fame” committee have been working with the United Daughters of the Confederacy to identify other locations in the area which are prominent ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Ada Fisher: Getting high at whose expense?

By Ada Fisher Government officials and those believing erroneously that “pot” is not harmful are remiss in doing what many anti-vaxers are doing — ignoring ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

My Turn, Chris White: Focus on advantages of successful immigration policies

By Chris White In these early months of the Biden administration, we have seen another surge of migrants seeking to cross the southern border into ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Nalini Joseph: This Easter, give thanks for blessings we’ll enjoy

By Nalini Joseph On Easter 2020, for the first time in history, many Americans watched vigils and services online. Traditional, large family gathering plans were ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: Don’t forget about class of 2020

Rowan-Salisbury Schools last week announced it will hold more traditional in-person graduation ceremonies for seniors May 29, with most other details still undecided, but it ... Read more

1 week ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Letter: Kudos to Aceves, parks staff, landscaping team

As taxpayers, we often expect government employees to complete their jobs with little fanfare. We are sometimes too quick to speak out when things fall ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Quotes of the week: ‘Going to help other people’

“They’re compensated, but they get that compensation on top of being able to know what they’re doing is going to help other people.” — Thomas ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Byron York: Biden’s FDR delusion

By Byron York In early March, President Joe Biden met with a group of seven historians in the East Room of the White House. One ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Steve Roberts: Become a caring community

By Steve Roberts While warming up for a recent tennis match, a pal said, “We’ve all been vaccinated. Can’t we ditch our masks?” No, we ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: How will Rowan County spend $28 million?

If you had $28 million, how would you spend it? Would you save it for a rainy day and stash it away in your savings ... Read more

1 week ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Letter: Take a break, it’s OK

I took a break from the noisy me — “the I got it or “I’ll get it” to just let it be. I took a ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Progress on voting now being reversed

The Gettysburg address was required reading at Nolan Junior High School in Detroit circa 1972. We learned that the Civil War was fought to preserve ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Clyde: Build it and they won’t come

By Clyde Now look what you’ve gone and done. You only just have to look around to see what the architects of the past have ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Kudos to K-9, shame on handler

I am writing this letter in recognition of K-9 Officer Zuul for his demonstration of restraint and adherence to his training while being subjected to ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

Other voices: What does the state’s lieutenant governor do?

Many in North Carolina might rightfully wonder: Just what does the lieutenant governor do? Usually, the post is a low-profile and largely ceremonial one. But ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Grace Galloway: It was just a bad day?

By Grace Galloway “He had a bad day” That is the excuse that Georgia Capt. Jay Baker gave for the massacre of eight people, six ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Josh Bergeron.

Gary Pearce: Will voting rights battle re-emerge in North Carolina?

By Gary Pearce For 150 years, North Carolina has been a battleground over Black citizens’ voting rights. Get ready for another battle. Gov. Roy Cooper ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Smith right about ‘Fame’ location

I fully agree with Ronnie Smith’s views expressed in a letter from Sunday’s edition (“Hold off on relocation of ‘Fame'”) This whole matter has been ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Investigation mishandled from beginning

This “investigation” into the abuse of K-9 Zuul has taken almost a month and is still not completed. It should take, at the most, one ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Good vaccine experience in Davie County

As far as I know, no politicians or dignitaries visited the Davie County COVID vaccination site. Perhaps they should have. This letter is not intended ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Sharon Randall: What’s a mother to do?

By Sharon Randall Recently I wrote a column on how surprised I was that my job as mother didn’t end when my kids grew up. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

Elizabeth Cook: Beloved dialogue brings races together

Their interests ran the gamut —criminal justice, education, housing, jobs, mental health. But one factor united people of different races and faiths who recently gathered ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Elizabeth Cook.

Letter: Every dog deserves to be treated with kindness, respect

Ingrid Newkirk’s account published Wednesday of D.C. police officer Thomas Delahanty and his K-9 partner, Kirk, is a heartening example of what true partnership looks ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Leonard Pitts: A model of policing we too seldom see

We need to talk about what happened last week when police confronted a mentally disturbed man at a convenience store near Washington, D.C. They helped ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Paris Goodnight.

Letter: Salisbury owes its citizens voice, right to participate

I don’t know why I am surprised by the actions of Salisbury’s elected leaders. Sometimes the only way to know what they’re up to is ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Letter: Column was ridiculous

Wow, the Salisbury Post must have needed an article to fill up space to have printed the ridiculous piece published Tuesday (“Assess true meanings of ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Letters.

Cal Thomas: ‘Baghdad Bob’ rides again

When I heard Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas say last Sunday on “Meet the Press” that the southern border “is closed,” it immediately brought to ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Post Opinion.

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