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If State Sen. Trudy Wade, R-Guilford, has her way, legal advertising will no longer be required in North Carolina newspapers. But Pamlico County’s Norman Sanderson is working with others to … more
Selling and sailing have a lot in common. Consider the jibe. A sailboat cannot sail directly into the wind, but it can sail at angles to the wind. The closest point of sail is approximately … more
An exchange in an editors’ hotline probed a familiar topic: When is a business announcement considered news, and when is it an ad? The item in question was a new employee at an auction and … more
German poet and writer Georg Buchner may have lived 200 years ago but his words still ring true today, "Government must be a transparent garment which tightly clings to the people's body." In … more
Most reporters can likely relate to this scenario. Someone speaks up at a public meeting to unleash criticism about an individual or organization. Reporters have little difficulty presenting a … more
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Barney Hill is about as involved as a person can be in local government without running for election – and possibly more involved than many who do hold office.Hill – a prolific writer of … more
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Three Republicans in the N.C. Senate filed a bill March 21 to let local governments post public notices on their own websites rather than buying space in newspapers for them, and to post legal … more
With the increase of student activism brought on by recent school shootings, journalists must look to new (and younger) sources of information than they ever have before in order to get their … more
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