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The history of old Washington theaters

The last few weeks before school opening meant big changes for my waning summer routine. One of the ...

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What Is Prayer?

By Ann-Marie Montegue A good question, but not really hard to answer. My kindergarten teacher, Sister Stella, defined ...

Agriculture

Spotted Lanternfly confirmed in North Carolina

Most of us tend to save our vacation time for summer travel and fun. My family usually spends ...

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Write Again…They were really Incognito

Conspiracies. Okay, now. I know I’ve been a bit hard in the past on those who rarely meet ...

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Changes in Washington through the years

Change is the only thing most cities the size of Washington faces.  Having been born and raised in ...

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Beautiful town, beautiful people

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had wonderful conversations with people about how wonderful Washington looks these days, and how ...

Agriculture

Dishing the Dirt: landscape color and small farms

One of the best things about my position with NC State Cooperative Extension is that I get to ...

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United we stand, divided we fall

United reflects coming together, it reflects bridging the gap and extending true welcome to all.   Unifying is not ...

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Write Again…A death knell for letters

“More than kisses, letters mingle souls.” So wrote John Donne, 1572-1631. We, of course, associate him with “No ...

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Know your town the way it was

I have received so many requests from readers of my column locally, some from all over North Carolina, ...

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