• Issue Archive for
  • Mar 19-26, 2008
  • Vol. 25, No. 12

Special Issues


  • A history of violence

    We have to acknowledge the existence of violence; we can't always shield ourselves from it. But this week, as we remember Carson and Mahato, we should also remember it can be the exception, not the rule.
  • School's over
  • School's over

    I can probably remember where most of my CDs came from—and the stories behind where and when I bought them. You don't get that with an MP3.
  • Cuba's conflicts

    Morally and practically, it is up to the people of a country to decide how they will live, whether it is Cuba, Kosovo, Pakistan, Korea or the United States—and they will resist external pressure to act contrary to their wishes.
  • Casualties and profits

    We will be living in a post-9/11 world from now on, no matter what we do, so using this to justify constitutional erosion is about as effective as saying "the sky is blue."


  • Allies unite with New Hill vs. treatment plant

    Davis and High House, a nonpartisan citizens' group in Cary, announced that on the behalf of New Hill it will ask the Town of Cary to reconsider where it will build the wastewater management plant for western Wake County.
  • Wright ousted from House

    As the vote clock wound down in the General Assembly Thursday afternoon, so did the timer on state Rep. Thomas Wright’s legislative career.







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