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Letter to the editor — Feb. 13

In support of McHenry As I am sure you are aware, due to the Congressional re-districting in North Carolina, Forsyth County will no longer be ... Read more

3 months ago by Staff Report.

Buice column: Bull stands out along Clemmons road

Most of the people driving along U.S. 158 through Clemmons have noticed a recent addition to the landscape. Hey, you can’t miss it. There’s a ... Read more

4 months ago by Jim Buice.

Letter to the editor — Jan. 30

Clemmons a community of support We have always known that Clemmons is a friendly, giving community. That thought was reinforced lately when our son, Andrew Cameron, ... Read more

4 months ago by Staff Report.

Letter to the Editor — Jan. 9

Future scenario It’s not so nutty to contemplate the end of our grand experiment with democracy by 2025, under sustained missile attacks against our coastal ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Buice column: Pound away: New Year brings a fresh start to diet after holidays

Here I go again. Another new year. Another diet. It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Actually, I figured last year by making the big-time ... Read more

5 months ago by Jim Buice.

Letters to the editor — Jan. 2

Class of ’69 a special event In 2019, a number of “50th anniversary” events took place celebrating the outstanding year of 1969: Man walked on ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Scannelli column: First to respond

Have you ever noticed that nights, weekends and especially holidays somehow seem to be magnets for emergencies that require an urgent and immediate response? How ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Letters to the editor — Dec. 19

Lofland’s speech about ‘elites’ A couple of weeks ago, the Clemmons Courier’s review of the council term of Mike Combest was a terrific compliment to ... Read more

5 months ago by Staff Report.

Letters to the editor — Dec. 12

Clemmons Elementary PTA fundraiser a success On Nov. 8, the Clemmons Elementary PTA wrapped up the Professor Pride’s Pirate Adventure Fundraiser. We wanted to thank all our CES ... Read more

6 months ago by Staff Report.

John Butero a good man; crosswalk woes

He was a good man. How could any one of us want anything more to be said after we’re gone. In fact, it’s said a ... Read more

6 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Letter to the editor — Dec. 5

The human story and genetics Adam Rutherford wrote, “I am unaware of any group of people on Earth that can be defined by their DNA ... Read more

6 months ago by Staff Report.

Buice column: Service to country and village: Combest was a hard-working councilman

As a retired brigadier general who retired from the U.S. Army, Mike Combest knows a thing or two about being put to the test. And ... Read more

6 months ago by Jim Buice.

Buice column: The road to victory

This time, a road didn’t define the election. But that was certainly the case in two of the previous four times when Clemmons voters went ... Read more

7 months ago by Jim Buice.

Scannelli column: An everlasting gift…   

When you mention the names Steve or Anne Sessions, expressions of regard quickly soften eyes and broaden smiles. Few people engender such esteem throughout decades of ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Report.

Letters to the Editor — Oct. 31

In appreciation of candidate forum I would like to thank the candidates for Village of Clemmons mayor and council. All candidates for mayor — Larry ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Report.

Editorial: Remembering local heroes from WWI

Sept. 29, 1918 was a big day for Allied Forces fighting in World War I. They broke through the Hindenburg line, pretty much spelling defeat ... Read more

7 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Editorial: Mocksville right to close streets for Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner. It’s my favorite holiday. No, I don’t really care about being scared. I really don’t care about going through ... Read more

7 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Letters to the editor — Oct. 24

Editor’s note: Letters to the editor endorsing candidates are no longer being accepted for the upcoming election. Elect Larry Kirby Clemmons Citizens:  There has never ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Report.

Editorial: Should prescription medications be widely advertised?

I wonder if Richard Nixon would approve. He started the war on drugs, you know. If you spend any amount of time at all watching ... Read more

7 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Letters to the editor — Oct. 17

Casting a vote for Cameron and Kirby When my wife and I moved to the Winston-Salem area in December 2003 as the result of a ... Read more

7 months ago by Staff Report.

Buice column: Short stint as mayor; fine time at the fair

Don’t blink or you might miss John Guglielmi’s term as the mayor of Bermuda Run. A longtime member of the town council, Guglielmi was appointed ... Read more

7 months ago by Jim Buice.

Letters to the editor — Oct. 10

Kirby for mayor I wish to show my support for Larry Kirby for mayor of Clemmons in the November election. Larry is probably better qualified ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Report.

Editorial: Weather in everyone’s conversations

What time of the year is it? It’s so confusing these days. Is it summer? Is it fall? Do we live in a desert all ... Read more

8 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Letters to the Editor — Oct. 3

Larry Kirby for mayor I am writing to endorse Larry Kirby for mayor. I met Larry in the early 1980s, when he and I, along ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Report.

Scannelli column: Age-friendly communities

My dad has reached his 80s and still drives, although perhaps not as confidently. Every time he has to drive somewhere, he thinks about the best ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Report.

Editorial: Music can bring back memories

It’s amazing how music can affect us. Just a line from a song can remind us of a loved one who has passed, remind us ... Read more

8 months ago by Mike Barnhardt.

Letters to the editor — Sept. 26

De-annexation in Clemmons It was months ago but people want to talk about the de-annexation of two acres in Clemmons.  They ask why the state ... Read more

8 months ago by Staff Report.

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