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Baseball is back and so is spring
Baseball is back and so is spring

We had frost and just a few days later, we hit the 80s on the thermometer.
That means it is spring in North Carolina.
Spring means lots of good things: strawberries will be ready soon, crops are going in the field, the school year's days are numbered, vacations are on the horizon and baseball is back.

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Postal and parking woes continue to exist
Postal and parking woes continue to exist

Apparently my recent conversations and emails to Greensboro regarding Rocky Mount's postal delivery issues helped some as many of you have reported a timely delivery last week. However I know many of you are still experiencing issues.
We will continue to monitor the issue, but please continue to give us updates.

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Reader applauds church news section

Dear Editor: I would like to commend you on the church news section. I always enjoy reading this section of the paper. I appreciate the articles by Mike Ruffin, Carlyle Hall and Luke Whitehead. They are very encouraging and upbuilding spirituality. Also I enjoy reading about the church news in the community.

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Backward Glances
Backward Glances

Willie L. Perry is pictured in the press room of The Nashville Graphic when the office was located on Boddie Street. The operation was then owned by Tom and Joe Wilson. Willie Perry passed away recently but is fondly remembered by many Nashville citizens.

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