Time is one of life’s precious commodities, even though sometimes we feel that we don’t have enough of it. Could it be that we are trying to live life too fast. When we do this, we tend to miss out on a lot of good things life has to offer. 


 I am writing to you in hopes that the public can render some help in solving a safety problem in the community of Cluster Springs. That safety issue happens to be the intersection between Highway 501 and State Route 658, or commonly referred to as Huell Matthews Highway and Cluster Springs/Cherry Hill Church Road.

Each year there are events and holidays that many of us wait for. For some it is a birthday, for others a major holiday. And for still others it is the opportunity presented each year at a church or civic get together. 


I was honored when I was asked to write this letter to the paper. A letter that is meant for the voters of Halifax County to read before you all go to the voter’s booth. I’m sure some would use this chance to try to convince you to vote one way or another, that’s not my goal. My goal is to tell you about what I have observed from one of your neighbors, Kathy Fraley. 


On Nov. 5 residents of ED-4 will be given two choices on who will represent them on the Halifax County Board of Supervisors. I urge you to support Dennis Witt. 

We have all heard that “good news” just doesn’t sell. I submit to you though that good news does matter. Too bad we are not all programmed and determined to make every effort at “catching things done well” and bringing it to the attention of everyone.

I’ve weighed pros and cons of the sales tax referendum, and even though I will vote “yes” for the tax, I’ll do so with reservation because of the school board’s recent decision to drug test students involved in extracurricular activities.

This is in response to a letter from Pat Wingler regarding the sales tax referendum. Ms. Wingler is either completely unaware of how the 1-cent referendum came to be, what it is, what the money can be used for and how long it would last, or she is just opposed to any kind of tax for any reason. 


If I could only be able to predict the future, it surely would be a dream come to life. In my future this world would never know any evil. 

This is a note to the citizens of Election District-4 regarding the upcoming election of our representative on the Halifax County Board of Supervisors. 


I had a blessing at the board of supervisors meeting on Oct. 7, 2019. 


On Nov. 5, 2019, voters in Halifax County will have an opportunity to possibly change the make-up of the school board and board of supervisors. 

This is not an attempt at fine editorial writing, just a few facts as reported by Law Enforcement Today. 

On Nov. 5, the residents of Election District-4 will choose who will represent them for the next four years on the Halifax County Board of Supervisors. 


So, Watson is found not guilty on all charges. The jury may have had good reasons. 


In just over a month, Halifax County voters have a chance to vote on the most important single issue on a ballot in years, raising the sales tax by 1 penny. 


I’m 19 years old. I am a Halifax resident. I’m currently stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, attached to 82nd Air Borne Division, but I am truly inspired to be a musician. 


As owners and operators of Halifax County businesses, we write in support of the local option sales tax referendum on which Halifax County citizens will vote Nov. 5, 2019.  


The Halifax County Dixie Boys Baseball All Star Team would like to thank all the local businesses and individuals who supported our team this year. 

WalletHub, one of those polling groups that appears in my email on scattered occasions, has released its 2019 rankings of the Happiest States in America.

There are times we feel like we are living in a perfect world. We get up each day and take everything in stride. We pray each day that things will be better than the day before. We don’t live in a perfect world, perhaps we never will. So much has happened in today’s world that we might not be able to change.

I was watching a couple of shows on television showing the terrible problem of the homeless situation in Los Angeles. 

To our great community, we offer a huge thank you for supporting our Singspiration on Saturday evening, Aug. 17, 2019.

On behalf of Petrina Carter, president and CEO at TCCAA, it is with great excitement that we announce our new website’s launch date of Aug. 26, 2019. 


Words do matter. We have seen this summer how hateful, racist words can contribute to violence and murder. The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) this summer is using words to try to heal. 


With grateful hearts, members of Triangle Volunteer Fire Department extend appreciation for the tremendous support for our Family Fun Day this past Saturday.

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