Daily Archives: December 28, 2020

Voices

Democrats Win in Several Ways

by Jeff Davidson EDITOR’s note:  Jeff Davidson wrote this opinion piece in November, after the election. Facts have emerged which counter some of his assertions especially regarding the allegations of “massive voter fraud” in certain swing states. However, with President Trump and ...
Voices

Trojan Horse

by Don Lein    A number of commentators looked upon Joe Biden as a “Trojan Horse” candidate, meaning that he was palatable as a candidate to the Democrat power brokers, but once the election was over, he would be discarded in ...
Arts & Culture

Winterizing Your Pet

by Valerie Broadway Last winter North Carolina had brutally low temperatures for days on end. We experienced record cold, even colder than the state of Alaska. The Chatham Animal Services Director told me there were several weeks last winter when ...
Arts & Culture

Ask Ollie!

Ollie is a rescued black and white Shih Tzu who turned his passion for helping other pets into a popular advice column. Ask Ollie questions by emailing him at Ollie@chathamcountyline.org Dear READER, It’s magic, it’s hope, and it’s the holiday ...
Arts & Culture

#WeNeedDiverseBooks: Writing and Publishing in the 2020s (Part 3)

by Michele Tracy Berger Coming of age in the 1970s and 1980s, I never read a commercial novel that featured a character that was anything like me: African American, female, wickedly smart, urban, and geeky. The children’s and young adult market ...
Arts & Culture

Meet This Artist: Dance Studio Owner Ebony Grissett-Delgado

by Rachel Flanagan, Chatham Arts Council Some people discover their passion later in life, and some fall into it from a young age. Ebony Grissett Delgado, the owner of Chatham Dance Connection, has been dancing her whole life. We invite you ...
News

Mayor Seat to Remain Vacant

by Casey Mann, Senior Correspondent The Siler City Board of Commissioners decided to leave the town’s mayoral seat vacant until next year. The board decided that rather than fill it with an appointee, it would leave it up to voters ...
Featured

Water Task Force Gives Report

by Casey Mann, Senior Correpsondent The Pittsboro Water Task Force presented its final report to the Pittsboro Board of Commissioners on Dec. 14. The report, which was originally expected earlier this year, marks the culmination of work of a task ...
News

Yearlong Celebration for 250th Anniversary

From Chatham County Throughout 2021 Chatham County will commemorate its 250th anniversary through diverse community-centered events and activities that highlight Chatham’s uniqueness, rich history, and promising future. The yearlong festivities will focus on five key areas – Creative Arts, Community ...
Voices

Science? Assumption? Belief?

by Joe Jacob It seems these days that some of us believe in science and some of us do not. I believe that is because the meaning of the word science is unclear and leads to confusion. Academically, I am trained ...