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The NCHSAA provided the following statement from association commissioner Que Tucker to NCHSAA Member Schools Thursday morning in response to North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s press conference on Wednesday.

Opinion

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

To hobble the U.S. Postal Service under the guise of “treating it like a business” is to undermine public confidence in yet another vital American institution at exactly the time when confidence is most needed, as much of the nation prepares to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 election.

No American president until Donald Trump suggested the presidential election could be postponed, or that its outcome could be fraudulent. But he has no authority to delay the election, so why did he say it?

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Excluding people based on their race, sex or other characteristics doesn’t just keep those individuals from pursuing their dreams. And it doesn’t just violate moral principles of human dignity and equality. It does great harm to others.

This week, the Democratic nominee for president, Joe Biden, will choose a vice presidential nominee. Biden has already committed to picking a woman among a field of about six to eight candidates.

As I lay for nine days in the hospital with COVID-19, far sicker than ever in my life, I found myself more worried and concerned about our country’s lack of leadership and what it’s doing to our people of the United States than about myself.

As I lay for nine days in the hospital with COVID-19, far sicker than ever in my life, I found myself more worried and concerned about our country’s lack of leadership and what it’s doing to our people of the United States than about myself.

Features

Sunday, August 09, 2020

It is undeniable the many ways this current pandemic continues to change our world. The recent disruptions to our daily routines, once seemingly unalterable, have caused many of us to have to adapt to a new “normal.” The uncertainty of our long-term prospects and the necessity to curb and, u…

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Jennifer Durham, a science teacher at River Road Middle School in Elizabeth City, was one of nine middle school teachers from eight states selected to participate in the National STEM Scholar Program.

Friday, August 07, 2020