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Letter: Some ways to recycle leftover COVID-19 masks

What should you do with leftover COVID-19 masks? Here are some suggestions: • A G.I. Joe parachute. • A trumpet mute. • Cover for dental ... Read more

7 hours ago by Post Letters.

Jenn West: Exercise is a good prescription for controlling COVID-19, maintaining quality of life

By Jenn West Exercising is probably not at the top of our list as we struggle with how to protect ourselves, our families and our ... Read more

7 hours ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: State likely in for future without herd immunity

From a community like Salisbury and Rowan County, it’s hard to see a future where two-thirds of the state’s population receives at least one dose ... Read more

7 hours ago by Josh Bergeron.

Letter: If you don’t like it, do something about it

For the groups that say they have 15 places that “Fame” could be placed, that would be great. I don’t think it will happen. Some ... Read more

7 hours ago by Post Letters.

Gary Pearce: Will NC get real on climate change?

By Gary Pearce When I think about climate change, I think about my brother-in-law Tillman. Tillman spent his career with Big Oil. He travelled the ... Read more

1 day ago by Post Opinion.

Other voices: State’s police video law leads to mistrust

The tortuous slow drip of police video footage in the fatal police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City has confounded national media, which ... Read more

1 day ago by Post Opinion.

Guest column: Beach home case shows more insidious example of property rights conflict

By Erin Wilcox When is losing the entire value of your property due to government regulation, not an “undue hardship”? According to the North Carolina ... Read more

1 day ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: Could park come to Enochville property?

The county’s parks master plan in 2016 gave the Rowan County Board of Commissioners a suggestion it may be able to take action on this ... Read more

2 days ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Sharon Randall: Navigating through life’s rough spots

By Sharon Randall The message from my sister was brief: “Sissy, call me.” But I knew by the sound of her voice the news wasn’t ... Read more

2 days ago by Post Opinion.

John Hood: Conspiracy theories damage democracy

By John Hood RALEIGH — For weeks after the ballots were counted, supporters of the defeated presidential candidate insisted the election had been stolen. Some ... Read more

3 days ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Grants helped extend produce giveaway from local farmers

A huge shout out and thank you to Jenny Lee and the United Way of Rowan County. Last year at this time, grocery stores had ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Letters.

Editorial: Downtown moments await for Kannapolis, Salisbury

Tuesday is the moment for Kannapolis. This summer could bring a similar-type event for Salisbury. When the Kannapolis Cannon Ballers take the field Tuesday for ... Read more

4 days ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Letter: More people should stand up for what they believe

I am writing in response to the letter in Tuesday’s paper written by Diane Williams (“Speak up about location for ‘Fame'”). I have to say, ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Letters.

Cal Thomas: SC senator’s response a lot better than Biden’s speech

The contrast between President Biden’s first address to Congress last Wednesday night and the Republican response delivered by Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) reminded me of ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Josh Bergeron: Local news outlets, governments take on technology giants

I started some time in the mid-2000s. Interested in connecting with my friends also in American military families, I created my first social media account ... Read more

4 days ago by Josh Bergeron.

Letter: Part of story missing about Blue Ridge Parkway

D.G. Martin’s story Wednesday (“Without Daniels, parkway would have gone to Tennessee”) about how N.C. got the Blue Ridge Parkway and Tennessee didn’t  is not ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Letters.

Letter: On Marxism, NBA and immigrants

My how things change when the shoe is on the other foot. Major corporations donate millions to a self-proclaimed Marxist organization so one of its ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Letters.

Larry Efird: Writing helps clear whitewashed truths

Of all the redeeming benefits of writing that I’ve discovered as a teacher, perhaps the most important lesson I’ve learned is that through writing, you ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Mike Wilson: I’m not really a caffeine addict, but …

Apparently I scarred my grown daughters for life by chugging down a Red Bull at 2 a.m. somewhere off I-95 as we raced toward Maryland ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Lifestyles.

Kenneth L. Hardin: No more fears or tears from Black men

It’s OK for grown men to cry. I can count the minimal amount of tears I’ve shed in my adult life. I will readily admit ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Nalini Joseph: What’s wrong with education?

“Our schools are failing.” How often do we hear pundits in the field of education make statements such as this? Billions of dollars later, (perhaps ... Read more

4 days ago by Post Opinion.

Quotes of the week

“It takes a village to raise a child and it takes a village to educate a child. We couldn’t make it without bus drivers who ... Read more

6 days ago by Post Opinion.

Byron York: An outrage from the FBI

On June 14, 2017, a team of Republican lawmakers went to an athletic field in Alexandria, Virginia, to practice for the annual Congressional Baseball Game ... Read more

6 days ago by Post Opinion.

Steven V. Roberts: What will Texas tell us?

Michael Wood will tell us something about today’s Republican Party. A major in the Marine Corps Reserves, he’s one of 23 candidates from both parties ... Read more

6 days ago by Post Opinion.

Letter: Act not about election integrity

Sen. Carl Ford, as reported in an article on April 23, is one of many Republican lawmakers in the predominantly GOP N.C. legislature supporting legislation ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Letters.

My Turn, Renee Bradshaw: Family Crisis Council here to help domestic violence, sexual assault victims

By Renee Bradshaw The Family Crisis Council of Rowan is the only domestic violence and sexual assault Agency in Rowan County. We were established in 1978 ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

Editorial: Budd’s U.S. Senate candidacy raises other political questions

The announcement by Rowan County’s congressman, Rep. Ted Budd, that he’s running for U.S. Senate will have some effects on local politics besides the county’s ... Read more

1 week ago by Salisbury Post Editorial Board.

Jim Weaver: Ensure officials have accurate internet access data

By Jim Weaver Still cannot get high-quality, reliable, high-speed internet service at home? You are not alone. In fact, more than 500,000 North Carolinians do ... Read more

1 week ago by Post Opinion.

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