Letters to the Editor
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When we undertook our role as healthcare providers, we promised to protect our patients from harm and prevent disease where we could. We are committed to … more
To the editor: As a citizen who lives in the so-called “low income minority community” of east Dunn, I’m writing about the correction of a mistake made over 100 years ago. That … more
To the editor: I am a student at Triton High School sending a letter for a school civics project regarding incorporating more politics inside of the school system instead of somewhat hiding … more
To the editor: On Monday, Oct. 19, 2020, we, the Girl Scouts of Daisy Troop 370 and Brownie Troop 738, learned about Women’s Suffrage and the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to … more
To the editor: Impaired driving kills. Last year, North Carolina lost 35 people during the week of Halloween, and nine of those deaths were caused by impaired drivers who were drunk, high or … more
To the editor: Many people in our state consider Harnett County to be just a large rural county “down east.” How many rural counties have a state park, a battlefield museum, a … more
After the first two days of school, I believe it is important for county leaders to hear a parent’s perspective of how things are so far... more
Request absentee ballots now To the editor: I served as director of elections for Harnett County during the 2012 Presidential Election. I am writing to encourage everyone to help the Board of … more
To the editor: In response to Walter Williams, (Editorial column, July 24) “Historical ignorance and Confederate generals.” He presented circular argument because the founding fathers called … more
Little touch-up would make things bearable To the editor: I didn’t really know what color my hair was until the coronavirus. I was one of the first to go out and buy masks, gloves, hand … more
To the editor: I write this sitting in the living room of my mother’s house in Statesville some 170 miles away. I came here March 13 as mom lay dying in the hospital. By the time my family had … more
To the editor: As a registered nurse, I am writing to voice my concerns about the mental health care shortage in North Carolina as related to the coronavirus crises. With the coronavirus … more
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