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Jan Welch Taylor
· August 11, 2016
Have called repeatedly to ask to be removed from their throwout trip in the neighborhood to no avail. If I wanted the paper, I would call and order. Put it online for free, then allow folks who want t...o read it, read it there. It is a total waste of paper/trees and the plastic doesn't keep the paper from being soaking wet if it rains. See More
Phil Wiggins
February 3, 2012
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Coming tomorrow in The Herald-Sun: Did you want to know more about the #Durham man who made the quilt for all the people killed in the Bull City since 1994? ... So did we.

Sidney Brodie is the caretaker of a quilt with the names of hundreds of people who have been murdered in Durham. He is taking the quilt on a 120-stop tour.
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After 23 years, Sidney Brodie is still adding names of Durham homicide victims to a memorial quilt - now reaching 60 feet

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What did you learn about religion in grade school? In his debut My View column online now and in Saturday's The Herald-Sun, journalist, musician, dad Jesse Jame...s DeConto tells how one Durham schoolteacher is encouraging students to learn a little faith. ... If you are a storyteller and would like to try out for the My View slot, please contact me at the paper at 919-829-8950 or at mschultz@heraldsun.com.

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The N.C. Department of Public Instruction directs sixth-grade teachers to explain how Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism influenced the societies where they developed.
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It was a good run. In today's N&O, executive editor John Drescher explains the changes we are making in the CHN, TDN and all 10 of the community papers. The bot...tom line? We must shift resources our online operations where research shows us you are reading and watching more news than ever.

As I wrote last week, the folks who have been bringing you the local news from Orange and Durham counties -- Tammy Grubb, Virginia Bridges and me -- are still hard at work, just at another paper, The Herald-Sun, which came into the McClatchy (the same company that owns the N&O) fold a few months ago.

Come join us for the news, photography, local commentary and more you have come to depend on. Help us build and grow this paper and our website www.heraldsun.com into the leading news source for the western Triangle. Our purchase means we can now bring you the best political and sports reporting from the N&O, as that paper continues to share our top local stories with a more regional audience.

If you have a local news tip or story idea contact me at 919-829-8950 or mschultz@heraldsun.com. Please send letters to the editor of up to 300 words to letters@heraldsun.com

To subscribe ($20.64 per month, tax included) and online-only subscriptions (just $10) contact manager Brent Agurs at 919-419-6542 or bagurs@heraldsun.com or Charles King at 919-419-6901 or cking@heraldsun.com

To list your free and charity events and local support groups in the paper email calendar@heraldsun.com.

Thank you for reading The Chapel Hill News and The Durham News all these years. We worked hard to be the best papers we could be. We'll work equally hard for you now, at The Herald-Sun.

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We’re changing our community papers, creating some new beats and putting more emphasis on video.
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A big welcome to #Duke professor Robin Kirk, as we bring a new feature, the "My View" column to The Herald-Sun. In today's column, Robin asks, "Are there enough bar back, artisanal cheese and spec design jobs to replace what we’re losing in big retail?"

As a child, the arrival of the Sears Christmas Wish Book signaled the true start of the season. Sears conveniently organized toys according to age, with the tantalizing teen toys – racing bikes, trampolines, skateboards – to look forward to at the end.
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This is what I get for asking the final question of Coach K's summer press availability....hoo boy....he got me.

Project SEARCH is a secondary transition training program for cognitively disabled students
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In today's Herald-Sun, remember the woman who sprayed lighter fluid on a Durham school teacher last month? In an interview with staff writer Greg Childress, the woman's husband explains what he says happened and why the family wants his wife back home.

The common-law husband of the woman who allegedly squirted lighter fluid on an Eno Valley Elementary School teacher last month now wants the teacher investigated for alleged mistreatment of his stepson.
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Durham's SEEDS hires exceptional ed teacher to be next leader of urban garden and outdoor classroom on Gilbert Street:

The sportswriter was a mainstay on Morning Edition for 37 years, applying his keen wit and incisive eye to games of every stripe. Deford died Sunday, just weeks after hanging up his cleats with NPR.
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Spec. Douglas Bane Smith, a native of Durham, was just 21 years old when he was killed in a firefight in the central highlands of #Vietnam on May 4, 1968. How these two brothers have honored his memory:

Jim and Tom Reece, brothers from Wilmington, have now found photos for all 1,958 men and women from North Carolina killed in the Vietnam War. They’re posted on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund website, www.vvmf.org, and will be displayed in a planned education center near the memorial wall in Wash...
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Did you know more people read news online from links on social media than from the home page? You can help Herald-Sun staff writers like Greg Childress, who wro...te this story below, reach more people by sharing our stories from Durham and Orange counties on your FB page. We appreciate your support, and thank you. Have a great weekend!

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White students in the Durham Public Schools outperformed their white peers statewide on last year’s state end-of-grade tests for students in grades 3-8. But on those same tests, DPS’ African-American and and Hispanic students not only fell far short of their local white counterparts but also trailed...
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Coming tomorrow in the Herald-Sun: For most of her life she shared the name of the "smart" Angel. Read what happened after she married an African man and became... Katie Jackson Mgongolwa ... You can now get the HS for just $20.64 a month. Call manager Brent Agurs at (919) 419-6542 or email bagurs@heraldsun.com and join us! or Charles King at 919-419-6901 and cking@heraldsun.com.

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I am relatively new to the Mgongolwa name, considering I spent 27 years with the name Jackson.
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How would you feel if someone accused you of inappropriately touching your child? Even if you read our story this week, go back and watch this video by photojournalists Grace Turner and Casey Toth, now attached to our story, and think about it.

Henry Amador-Batten said he was accused of inappropriately touching his son by a United Airlines flight attendant during a flight into Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Friday, May 19. The family has hired a lawyer and plans to take action against the airline.
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