Apr 22, 2013
Editorial: Public-notices bill is bad government
When seeking an example of bad government and arrogance on the part of an elected official, look no further than Sen.
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Editorial: Bill imperils public's right to know
It could qualify as a Freudian slip -- in a moment of curt clarity, a North Carolina lawmaker apparently showed us how he really feels about the public he was elected to serve.
The Gaston Gazette
EDITORIAL: Publication of legal notices in newspapers keeps information available for all
If you are looking for an example - another example in an endless list - of bad government and arrogance on the part of an elected official, look no further than Sen.
Tiny library is a favorite
Last month, when the state House of Representatives unanimously passed House Resolution 216 to honor the Robeson County town of Proctorville on its one hundredth anniversary, one of the "Whereases" noted that the town had once held the distinction of being the smallest town in the United States with its own public library.