To the editor:
To the editor: In response to retired High Point Police Department Maj. Blair Rankin’s several advertisements concerning the renaming of a section of Montlieu Avenue for Nido Qubein (most recently "Qubein Avenue – Why Hasn't Anyone Said Thank You?" Nov. 14), I would like to ask him why he di…
The COVID-19 crisis had enormous and destructive consequences for our health, our economy, our education systems, and the quality of our social and family lives. Now, just imagine how much worse the consequences would have been in the absence of modern information and computer technology.
I’ve been following the analysis by pundits, partisans and pollsters about the recent November elections, especially the gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey. Opinions and suggestions are all over the board, but one column started me thinking.
A year ago, would you have guessed that meetings of local school boards would be among the most politically charged events of 2021, and that school-board races would be among the most contested of the next election cycle? If so, more power to you. I would have gotten those questions wrong.