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Coming Sunday in the Salisbury Post: Tattoos, tomatoes and town taxes

Summertime, and the tomatoes are ripening. Here’s some of what’s coming up in Sunday’s Salisbury Post:

• Tattoo taboos: There are things you simply should not do when getting a tattoo. Learn what a couple of local tattoo artists advise, as well as what a dermatologist recommends you consider.

• More resolutions: The Salisbury City Council will look at two proposals Tuesday as it tries to acknowledge the injustice of lynching while bringing healing to the community.

• Tomato time: See coverage of the Woodleaf Tomato Festival, a Rowan County tradition.

Rustic Edge Soaps: One goat leads to another for a Rockwell family that decided to make all-natural goat’s milk soap.

• Your favorite novel: Book Editor Deirdre Parker Smith updates readers on PBS’ “Great American Read.”

• Who has the highest town taxes of all? Finances of Rowan County towns and cities will be compared.

Opinion: The Rev. Olen Bruner writes about bridging the racial divide. Letter writers touch on the Wil-Cox Bridge, false equivalence, too much technology and the danger of 3-D printer guns.

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Granite Quarry

Granite Fest makes a comeback with music, vendors and fun for kids

Education

State budget process could mean big gains or loss of funding for schools

Business

Biz Roundup: Downtown Salisbury vying for $25,000 cash prize

Kannapolis

Kannapolis native serves as a member of U.S. Navy’s ‘Silent Service’

Local

Snyder promoted to deputy city clerk

Crime

Woman arrested for flashing rear end at Sheriff’s Office after previous charges overturned

Lifestyle

Hall wins bronze medal in SilverArts

Clubs

Harold B. Jarrett American Legion Post 342 holds 75th anniversary celebration

Business

Salisbury-based Integro Technologies acquired by Kaman Distribution Group

Lifestyle

World War II veteran, longtime Rowan County farmer, celebrates 100th birthday

Local

Rowan commissioners will discuss body cameras for bailiffs, arrowhead donation, plumbing fix for lead levels

Business

Downtown move gives Salisbury Eyecare and Eyewear chance to expand offerings, add new doctor

Nation/World

Clinton recovering from infection 

Crime

Teen charged in shooting at Mount Tabor High School held without bond

Nation/World

Marine officer receives reprimand for Afghanistan criticism

Elections

Beasley top fundraiser in third quarter for Senate race

Farm & Garden

Nearly 1-ton pumpkin sets record at state fair

High School

High school football: Loeblein throws record six TD passes for Falcons; Cavs, Hornets romp

Nation/World

UK lawmaker stabbed to death in terrorist act

Crime

Cooleemee man arrested after trading gunfire with Davie County investigators in Rowan

Elections

Salisbury council candidates list crime reduction, hiring a new city manager among city’s top priorities

Crime

Blotter: Man charged with trio of vehicle break-ins

Coronavirus

Catawba College will require COVID-19 vaccinations in 2022

Local

City selects Sada Stewart Troutman as new Downtown Salisbury Inc. director