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January 11

HOOD: Our American Revolution history wurrounds us - The Robesonian

When I set out a couple of years ago to write my first novel, a historical fantasy called Mountain Folk, I decided to set most the action during the American Revolution. It’s my favorite period in American history. After all, I’m a native North Carolinian — which means I grew up surrounded by reminders of our nation’s founding era. Our most-populous city, Charlotte, was named after King Georg...
January 11

HOOD: Our American Revolution history wurrounds us - The Robesonian

When I set out a couple of years ago to write my first novel, a historical fantasy called Mountain Folk, I decided to set most the action during the American Revolution. It’s my favorite period in American history. After all, I’m a native North Carolinian — which means I grew up surrounded by reminders of our nation’s founding era. Our most-populous city, Charlotte, was named after King Georg...
January 10

THE ADDAMS FAMILY, AMERICAN SON & More - Check Out This Week's Top Stage Mags - Broadway World

Each week, we'll be highlighting the top virtual show programs from BroadwayWorld's Stage Mag! Want to create a FREE Stage Mag for you own show? To get started on your own program, visit https://stagemag.broadwayworld.com. Stage Mag is BroadwayWorld's service for easily creating modern, fully interactive show programs for all types of productions, from streaming to broadcast to in-person. Am...
January 09

In memoriam: Funeral notices, January 9, 2022 | Obituaries | tucson.com - Arizona Daily Star

In memoriam: Funeral notices, January 9, 2022 | Obituaries | tucson.
January 08

Column: U.S. House Isn't Good Pathway for Successful Senate Candidates - Southern Pines Pilot

Thanks to state Sen. Jeff Jackson bowing out of North Carolina’s Democratic primary, the 2022 field for U.S. Senate is coming into focus. We now have a likely nominee (Cheri Beasley) facing one of three prominent Republican candidates: Pat McCrory, Ted Budd or Mark Walker. Each seeks to replace three-term U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, who’s retiring this year. Before winning the seat, Burr served i...
January 08

Column: U.S. House Isn't Good Pathway for Successful Senate Candidates - Southern Pines Pilot

Thanks to state Sen. Jeff Jackson bowing out of North Carolina’s Democratic primary, the 2022 field for U.S. Senate is coming into focus. We now have a likely nominee (Cheri Beasley) facing one of three prominent Republican candidates: Pat McCrory, Ted Budd or Mark Walker. Each seeks to replace three-term U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, who’s retiring this year. Before winning the seat, Burr served i...
January 07

LETTER: Use and protect your rght to vote - The Robesonian

To the Editor: In America, we are taught that our democracy is based on the fact that all men are created equal and have certain inalienable rights. We pledge allegiance to the flag by saying “one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” Yet today, we stand on the cusp of recreating an unequal, divided society defined by partisan congressional legislation and minority...
January 07

DOUGLAS: Drama in NFL redeemed by Manning brothers - The Robesonian

If you don’t like football, you might call an audible and give today’s scribble a pass. Or if you enjoy football, but prefer high school or college and not the No Fun League variety, then this might not be for you. Check that. Today’s subject, the “Manning Brothers” television show, certainly orbits around football, but offers something for just about anyone with this single stipulation: You ...
January 07

KENNARD: Context helps highlight county's history - The Robesonian

Historical markers such as this on in downtown Lumberton are scattered around the area, explaining significant events in the region’s history. You may have seen the story in Wednesday’s paper about another big spike in virus cases here in Robeson County, but believe it or not, we’ve been here before — a long time before, like nearly 110 years ago. Robesonian Reporter Chris Stiles has been tra...
January 06

JOHN HOOD COLUMN: Few senators served in House - The Stanly News & Press | The Stanly News & Press - Stanly News & Press

Thanks to state Sen. Jeff Jackson bowing out of North Carolina’s Democratic primary, the 2022 field for U.S. Senate is coming into focus. We now have a likely nominee (Cheri Beasley) facing one of three prominent Republican candidates: Pat McCrory, Ted Budd or Mark Walker. Each seeks to replace three-term U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, who’s retiring this year. Before winning the seat, Burr served i...