Letters to the editor
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TO THE EDITOR: Dennis Streets has a bad case of gotcha last-itis.   He writes in a manner that most readers immediately recognize as subtle left-leaning innuendoes that insult … more
Whoa!! For a minute I thought I was reading an article in the New York Times. Dennis Streets’ guest column in the News + Record (“Next national emblem?”, April 13-19) reads like … more
Regarding John Hood’s recent column on voter ID (“Get off the voter ID merry-go-round,” March 2-8 News + Record), part of the original push-back on voter ID was what IDs would be … more
TO THE EDITOR: I appreciate Mr. Philip Johnson’s response last week to my column (“No, Senator Johnson, it’s not a Ponzi scheme,” CN+R, Feb. 16-22), in which I called for … more
To the Editor: In addition to the adventure of discovering a “new world,” the North American continent was a magnet for freedom, especially religious freedom. So concerned were our … more
Editor’s note: A number of readers and neighbors of a Chatham County teacher who faces five charges of assault with a deadly weapon have responded to the story “Teacher charged with … more
To the Editor: I was appalled and disgusted last week after reading Ben Rappaport’s article “Teacher charged with assault after teens explore devil church.” This remarkably … more
To the Editor: The News + Record’s article on Mr. Eric Hudson, the accused 4th grade teacher, has made me feel sick to my stomach. I am a close neighbor and decades-old friend of Mr. … more
To the Editor: An article appearing this week about an encounter between my neighbor and friend Eric Hudson and some local teenagers misrepresents the incident and casts him as an unsavory and … more
To the Editor: Like most of my neighbors, I was shocked and outraged by your newspaper’s report concerning Eric Hudson. It is full of falsehoods and hearsay, and not a human interest … more
Help me to understand why the Constitution of the U.S. was not allowed to be distributed to the 8th-grade students in Chatham County Schools without parental consent. I … more
To the Editor: Like most of you, I’m a Duke Energy “ratepayer.” My family feels the increasing adverse economic and health impacts of extreme weather events due to climate change. We … more
The News + Record hosted the first of its two candidate forums last Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center, featuring those seeking office for N.C. House Dist. … more
As much as I appreciate the chance to let the citizens of Chatham County know my platform, I want the information to be reported as it was presented (“MARCUS: He wants office to … more
Editor’s note: no letters to the editor addressing subjects related to candidates or issues in the Nov. 8 election will be published after the News + Record’s Oct. 20 edition. The deadline for … more
Is school board candidate Jessica Winger a member of Moms for Liberty? Moms for Liberty began by opposing such health and safety restrictions in schools during COVID-19 as mask … more
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