Tag: COVID-19

Chatham County Schools opening day a success

Pittsboro, NC – On Monday, August 23, 8,452 pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade students returned to in-person instruction for their first day of classes for the 2021-2022 academic year. Instruction also began for the 210 students enrolled in CCS Virtual Academies…

The mass(k) delusion continues

By Kevin Roche While the literal idiots who run the federal government, and there can’t be more than ten people in the country who don’t really think they are idiots at this point, are extending the transportation mask mandate and…

Vaccine mandate campaign sparks protest and controversy

By Jeff Moore Raleigh, NC – As the controversy over vaccine mandates grows, public officials’ animus for the unvaccinated is resonating among social justice activists. On Thursday, July 29, Gov. Roy Cooper announced that while the statewide mask mandate would…

An updated big picture on the COVID-19 epidemic

By Kevin Roche Could be a number of new readers, thanks to Phil Kerpen on Twitter, who recommended that people follow me, and another column in the Strib.  That column should have been written by a physician and I don’t…