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COLUMN — ‘I will always strive to put people over party’

I am honored to be serving as your representative in Congress, and I am proud to share some of the progress made last week on ... Read more

18 hours ago by Denver Riggleman.

LETTER — Sales tax boost is fair and desperately needed

To The Editor: Recently there have been several letters concerning the Charlotte County Sales Tax Referendum which is on the ballot. Most have been in ... Read more

18 hours ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — To the church in Keysville – live on

To The Editor: In reading the article, “Where’s the apology for superspreader event?” by Roger Watson, I was taken aback by his attack on this ... Read more

18 hours ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — Sales tax can be considered economic development

To The Editor: As citizens across America go to the polls November 3, a large majority will be focusing on who will be the next ... Read more

18 hours ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — We can’t let our schools fall behind

To The Editor: I am a proud product of Charlotte County Public Schools. The person that I am today, and every accomplishment I’ve achieved, is ... Read more

18 hours ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — Vote yes to supporting our schools

To The Editor: By voting yes for schools on November 3  in Charlotte County, you’re voting yes to the sustainment of the buildings that our ... Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — Public education attracts businesses

To The Editor: I have been in the lumber manufacturing business in Charlotte County for 49 years. The value derived from the quality of public ... Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — COVID-19 cases on the rise

To The Editor: Charlotte County no longer has the lowest number of COVID-19 cases in the Piedmont Health District, and the county is currently experiencing ... Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

LETTER — Vote yes on sales tax referendum

To The Editor: Each year, roughly 1,700 students, ages 4 – 21 are educated, fed, and nurtured in Charlotte County Public Schools. These are your ... Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

EDITORIAL — Where’s the apology for church’s superspreader event?

Pardon me, but contrary to the Facebook post from Emmanuel Bible Church in Keysville, I don’t think it is a silly question to ask why ... Read more

1 week ago by Roger Watson.

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