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And on a personal note. . .

The editorial voice of this newspaper, as expressed on the editorial page is usually done in the plural – “we,” as in the newspaper or its management, itself –...

Demonstrators want coverage – and then they prevent it; what’s with that?

Coverage in this newspaper of Rev. Gregory Drumwright’s march and protest from Sunday, November 29 was inhibited by a dozen or more of his supporters who attempted to prevent...

Drumwright’s boycott plans very misguided

There are a number of famous quotations – or the same quotation with different supposed authors – all to the same effect about needing to know, and learn from,...

The Alamance News has a long-standing history of fairness and equal treatment toward...

Of all the rhetorical flourishes, exaggerations, and even falsehoods that Rev. Greg Drumwright of Greensboro has pronounced, none is as offensive, wrong-headed, or without any basis in fact as...

Just covering the news, and organizer makes plenty of it

We at this newspaper didn’t start out trying to find flaws or shortcomings with Rev. Greg Drumwright of Greensboro. We started simply by trying to cover him, the marches and...

What of Rev. Drumwright?

This newspaper has interviewed Rev. Gregory Drumwright on several occasions – most notably twice prior to his Halloween march in Graham. We have gone to great lengths to provide fair...

A few debrief-type observations on Saturday’s event; police should buy a bullhorn

Graham has received lots of attention, most unfavorable and unwelcome, for the Halloween march and rally led by Rev. Greg Drumwright of Greensboro. Most notably, the publicity has been almost...

Supposed “leaders” should provide some evidence, or stop saying, local courts don’t provide equal...

We note with some skepticism the comments of so-called, and self-described, “leaders of Alamance County,” who this week decided to spring a press conference to recommend the removal of...

‘The people’ beat ‘The Establishment’ – again

Some local officials should certainly be questioning their judgment this week, in having tried to foist off on Alamance County’s voters an “opportunity” to impose a higher sales tax...

Editorial: Concerns about Graham’s investigation of Lee Kimrey, its origins, and procedures followed

We’re always concerned when public bodies go behind closed doors to discuss what is, ostensibly, public business. But this week’s closed-door huddle by Graham city councilmen brings up a whole...

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