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Smoked Out

Letters to the Editor We'll begin with Jim Prah, who objects to our advertising policies. Specifically, we accepted and published an ad last week from a cigarette manufacturer, but

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Who He?

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Math Problems

Letters to the Editor We'll begin this week's Backtalk with David Straley, who believes he's spotted some "inane math" toward the end of part 2 of our Hogwashed series.

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Dirty Deeds

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A Stinking Mess

Letters to the Editor We received lots of feedback on part one of our Hogwashed series, which talked about the federal nuisance lawsuits filed by about five hundred residents

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Sausage and Legislation

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Mind On Our Money

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Blast from the Past.

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“Lines and Felines."

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Release the Hounds!

Letters to the Editor The bulk of last week's issue was, of course, dedicated to the massive Best of the Triangle section. But we also ran a story by

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All Men Are Suspect

Letters to the Editor Jim Senter of Rougemont argues that last week's cover story ["I'm Not a Predator"], about the alleged harassment of a gay father at Raleigh-Durham International

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The Naked and the Deadly.

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Stock Answer

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The Thread That Is Red

Letters to the Editor Our favorite letters come in verse. Ron Gordon gifts us with this poem, about former FBI director James Comey: James Comey, James Comey, Mr. Six

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Ain't No Cronkites

Letters to the Editor As the investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russia continues, Bob and Susan McClanahan of Orange County have some thoughts for Senator Richard Burr,

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