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Teachers are the solution to fixing our schools
Teachers are the solution to fixing our schools

Nash County is facing a tough budget year in preparation for an even tougher budget year during the 2017-2018 budget.
Revaluations are slated to have a significant impact on property taxes in Nash County, which for some may be good news. However, for others, it's not-so-great.
Nash County Commissioners have been looking at their upcoming budget and trying to find ways to cut so the decrease in revenues won't cause any type of impact on services the county provides.

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Reader offers counterpoint to Soapbox HB2 opinion

It was amazing years ago when the conservatives in NC denied global warming. Just about denied science itself. Wow! Such preachy opinions and now Tuscany, Florida, Venice and many islands are already experiencing (1 inch increments) rising seas. Inasmuch as few of us probably know a human transgender then why do we assign (assume) pedophilia crime by supposing that it is their trend. An " errant comment" made perhaps for attention- or scaring or justifying. It is a categorical lie. They are identifying not molesting. Occurrence by other instances are more likely to happen before a transgender person publically harms a child, woman or man. Our local " opinonator" Graphic soapbox -Apr.14 feigned biblical references, versus facts.

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Reader says repeal of HB2 will create many problems

Since the passage of House Bill 2, North Carolina's Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, many across North Carolina have shown their support for the performance of immoral acts across our state.
Those who support the repeal of HB2 claim that the bill is discriminatory but overlook the problems that the repeal would create with pornography, child pornography, pedophilia, and the immoral decline of our state.

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

This photo originally published in The Graphic on August 4, 1966. Some of the landowners who sold property for the 360-acre site on which the Rocky Mount-Wilson Airport was to be built are shown breaking ground for the project. From left to right are: Warner Walston, Calvin Horne, Chester Batts, Robert Winstead, Mickey Batts and Birce Viverette.

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