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    Your letters, Aug. 20

    I wanted to tell Mr Williams why we couldn't go down to see some of his filming in Chapel Hill, so, instead, I wrote him a fan letter explaining how my youngest ham had broken his leg showing off, and how much our family loved his work.

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    Your letters: From Carrboro to Everest

    On July 18, 21scouts and leaders from Troop 845 in Carrboro left the lazy days of summer behind to trek 200 miles in Nepal with Everest Base Camp as the ultimate destination.

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    Letters: A moment with Robin Williams, one more time

    Saddened by the death of Robin Williams, I am reminded of the time my family and I met Robin Williams quite by accident here in Chapel Hill in 1998.

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    Your letters, Aug. 17

    Recent articles in the Indy and News Observer have reported Pittsburgh-based Crimson Holding Corp.’s attempt to lease mineral rights (natural gas in this case) in the western portion of the Durham Triassic Basin. This could include the area just east of Meadowmont, and other areas in and ...

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    Your letters, Aug. 13

    As a loyal Tar Heel alumnus of the Class of 1950 and former varsity athlete, I write to express my utter dismay with the approach of current UNC leadership to “shoot the messenger” when confronted with harsh truths about our athletic program.

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    Your letters, Aug. 10

    The community has the right to be forewarned of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School Board’s potential proposal to help balance the budget on their backs of custodial staff.

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    Your letters, Aug. 10: Isabel Reddy

    I was waiting to place my order at Ben & Jerry’s in Durham, when I noticed through the front windows toward Main Street, a little toddler on the sidewalk alone.

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    Your letters, Aug. 6

    On July 18, 21scouts and leaders from Troop 845 in Carrboro left the lazy days of summer behind to trek 200 miles in Nepal with Everest Base Camp as the ultimate destination.

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    Wanted: Working women of WWII

    American Rosie the Riveter Association is trying to locate women who worked on the home front during World War II.

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    Your letters, Aug. 3

    How dare the Chapel Hill-Carrboro School Board think of reducing the pay of the poorest of all the Chapel Hill-Carrboro schools employees? It is hard to believe it could even enter their minds.

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