Day: September 29, 2014

Chatham Council on Aging seeks input on issues affecting seniors

The Chatham County Council on Aging reports success in finding “A Few Good Men…and Women” to play vital roles as volunteers to advise the Council and also serve as a strong voice for Chatham seniors at the state and regional levels. This team is also…

Four pinocchios for candidates Hales, Crawford, and Howard about Chatham County Schools

Based on comments from the Chatham County Democratic party chair and candidate Diana Hales one would expect our school system to be in terrible shape at this point. Let’s compare their words with reality. Jan Nichols warned us in 2010 by saying: “The opponent’s slate … represents extremists who want to impose reckless policies.., if they succeed, … Chatham will be exposed to … massive local budget cuts, that will ruin our schools. These radicals want to overturn the wise investments we have made …, most important, the schools”

“Most moderate” and Kay

First of all a warning: I am a Democrat. You cannot trust a partisan commentator to give an objective report on a political contest. Now that you’ve been warned, here are two observations about the first debate between current Senator Kay Hagan and her challenger, North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis.

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