3:00 PM Oct 15, 2013
I’ll tell you right now, I cannot sew.
2:55 PM Oct 11, 2013
Before the school year began, I had the opportunity to be a guest on GHTV’s “Issues & Answers.” We discussed several topics such as: things families can look forward to this 2013-14 school year, what preparations had gone on this summer to help kick off another successful year, challenges that schools face, and what advice we might offer families.
3:00 PM Oct 10, 2013
It’s been hard to know how to vote this Nov. 5 on the Spring Lake Public Schools bond proposal. I’ve been torn about the prospect of another increase in taxes.
2:51 PM Oct 9, 2013
Recently, Congress has been given a 10 percent approval rating by the American public. What I want to know is: Who are those Americans who think Congress is doing a swell job?
4:00 PM Oct 8, 2013
There was a time when the world was young, and we were, too. We, being myself and that young girl I married.
2:55 PM Oct 4, 2013
Ever since President Lyndon B. Johnson declared a War on Poverty, we have debated whether helping needy people trains them to be dependent or gets them on their feet. Evidence indicates that both sides have valid concerns.
3:00 PM Oct 3, 2013
One Sunday morning, as my family was about to leave church, my 7-year-old-daughter, Maggie, looked up at me and whispered, "Daddy, I wish you were 20."
3:00 PM Oct 2, 2013
There is a good chance that a woman could soon be the CEO of one of the three major automakers in Detroit.
4:00 PM Oct 1, 2013
On Sept. 16, the Randolph County (N.C.) school board voted 5-2 to remove Ralph Ellison’s landmark 1952 novel “Invisible Man” from recommended reading lists and school libraries. When I read about it in a Facebook post by National Public Radio, I hadn’t even read “Invisible Man.”
3:00 PM Sep 30, 2013
To the Editor: Three cheers for Tuesday Musicale that thrilled people's hearts and made them tap their toes, hum along and clap their hands in applause and appreciation of beautiful music made by talented artists.

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