• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 25 - Aug 1, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 30

Special Issues

Columns

  • Gift horses

    From the numbers being floated around in editorials in the daily papers, a new federal research lab in Butner sounds like a real economic development boon for North Carolina.
  • Get off the bottle
  • Get off the bottle

    In 10,000 years, when archaeologists excavate the remnants of late 20th- and 21st-century civilization, they will find a dominant artifact: the plastic bottle.
  • Letters to the Editor

    "People wonder why we have had to purchase radio, TV and ad space to properly communicate our concerns.... Your story is a perfect answer to that question." —Tim Kent

News

  • Edgar Miller
  • Edgar Miller

    Conservation Trust for N.C. sounds the alarm on disappearing open space

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Ye Olde Archives

  • No Reservations

    The deepest emotions rest on the narrow shoulders of the marvelous Abigail Breslin, who energizes the sure-fire sentimentality of the orphaned child's plight.
  • ... about the war vote
  • ... about the war vote

    We were following the debate in your U.S. Senate last week on "transitioning" out of Iraq—the Reed-Levin Amendment—right up to the actual vote. Then you lost us.
  • CACs languish in limbo
  • CACs languish in limbo

    Hardy Watkins, longtime head of Raleigh's Community Services Department, is puzzled over why, even as Raleigh's population tripled, "civic activism has declined for some reason."

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