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January 14

DOUGLAS: Tee it up on March 26 for the homeless - The Robesonian

Contributing columnist A lot of folks do not know this and some multiple of that number do not care, but despite my well-earned reputation that was decades in the making for having an insatiable appetite for the game of golf, my best guess is that from 2010 to 2020 I did not play more than 50 rounds. 2020, when I traded a full-time job for a part-time gig at a golf course, got me back into th...
January 14

Transcript: The ReidOut, 1/12/22 - MSNBC

Summary January 6th committee seeks information from House GOP Leader McCarthy; January 6th committee scrutinizing forged slates of electors; McCarthy threatens to punish Democrats if GOP retakes house Transcript ARI MELBER, MSNBC HOST: What`s your favorite hobby about them, film or role because, boy, do we have a big list here around THE BEAT offices. Now, THE REIDOUT with Joy Reid is up n...
January 14

HOOD: In-migration has a lot to do with our politics - The Robesonian

From July 2020 to July 2021, there was a net inflow of 637,729 Americans into these top-five destination states: Florida, Texas, Arizona, North Carolina and South Carolina. During the same period, there was a net outflow of 918,443 Americans from these top-five exporter states: California, New York, Illinois, Massachusetts and Louisiana. All five of the top in-migration states have Republican...
January 13

Patton, Matthew - Atlanta Journal Constitution

PATTON, Matthew H. Matthew H. Patton, a devoted husband, father, grandfather, friend, and mentor to generations of attorneys, passed away January 6, 2022, in Dallas, Texas. Matt was born July 20, 1936, in Carroll County, Georgia, the son of M. Henry and Mary Alexander Patton. He graduated from Darlington School in 1954 and from Duke University in 1958 with an A.B. in history, where he was a m...
January 13

KENNARD: Ideas to help you stay warm when ice arrives - The Robesonian

We should probably talk about the weather, considering things are going to get pretty awful pretty quick here. Freezing rain is expected to roll into the area on Saturday night, which could prompt more than a few short prayers during folks’ drive to church on Sunday. Here’s my advice: Go slow, wear polarized sunglasses and get your car’s windshield defroster working before setting out. As a n...
January 13

Republican opposition to voting rights bills follows decades of pretend support - MSNBC

In his Tuesday address on voting rights, President Joe Biden made an “appeal to my Republican colleagues, to those Republicans who believe in the rule of law: Restore the bipartisan tradition of voting rights.” While there is a “bipartisan tradition” of supporting voting rights measures, the history isn’t as straightforward as Biden suggested. While there is a “bipartisan tradition” of suppor...
January 13

Republican opposition to voting rights bills follows decades of pretend support - MSNBC

In his Tuesday address on voting rights, President Joe Biden made an “appeal to my Republican colleagues, to those Republicans who believe in the rule of law: Restore the bipartisan tradition of voting rights.” While there is a “bipartisan tradition” of supporting voting rights measures, the history isn’t as straightforward as Biden suggested. While there is a “bipartisan tradition” of suppor...
January 12

Commissioners - Sundancetimes

PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURTHOUSE IN SUNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Tuesday, January 4, 2022 8:30 o’clock a.m. Present were Chairman Kelly B. Dennis, Vice-Chairwoman Jeanne A. Whalen, Member Fred M. Devish and County Clerk Linda Fritz. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited to the Flag. Jeanne moved to appoint Kelly B. Dennis as Chairman of the Board of Crook C...