Again, we mourn the dead and we grieve for the injured and their families.
Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes ruffled some feathers the other week with comments after two inmates escaped from the Guilford County Jail in High Point.
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THUMBS UP the High Point Artists Network and David Briggs, director of the High Point Theatre, for their plan to kick off an Arts Market Saturday in downtown High Point.
You may have been asked, “Is voter fraud rampant across North Carolina?”
But that is not the question at the heart of the proposal to require voters to show photo IDs when they go to the polls at election time.
Certainly, it was great news last week when N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory ordered money to help fund the High Point Market be restored to the state budget. But that doesn’t mean the issue of securing state support for the twice-a-year market is settled.
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That’s the best one-word response we can think of to N.C. Sen. Trudy Wade’s bill that would radically alter elections of members of the Guilford County Board of Education.
THUMBS UP to High Point’s Chris Greene for her service to the entire state by serving on the North Carolina State Board of Education, representing the 5th Education District
With its recent announcement of plans for a health sciences facility, High Point University is continuing its phenomenal growth, but this time it’s more so up than out.
Rep. Pat Hurley of Randolph County is not the most conservative Republican in the N.C. House of Representatives, and Rep. Marcus Brandon of High Point is not the most liberal Democrat in the House. So we’re not talking about political polar opposites, here.
But when those two area members of the General Assembly join together as primary sponsors of legislation to toughen the state’s impaired driving laws, you’ve got to figure they are up to something good.
And then there were four — The Final Four. And none of them are representatives of the Atlantic Coast Conference. For some of us, maybe that’s why they call it March Madness.
Easter is the foundation of Christianity and Christians’ faith in their risen savior Jesus Christ. Today, those believers pause to remember their Lord’s sacrifice on the cross at Calvary and his Resurrection.
THUMBS UP and “Thank you” to Trinity’s Jeremy Young, who returned home last weekend to continue his recovery from wounds the 23-year-old U.S. Army private first class sustained last year during combat in Afghanistan.
Students, teachers and administrators at T. Wingate Andrews High School should take a bow. And they also should be very proud of the recognition they received a week ago.