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It’s 5 o’clock somewhere: Legalizing happy hour would benefit small businesses in N.C. 

Last week, lawmakers introduced legislation to legalize happy hour in North Carolina. Currently, it is illegal for a ...

Editorials

EDITORIAL: Leah Justice was one of a kind 

When I first met Leah Justice, it was the summer of 2002, many years before I began working ...

Editorials

EDITORIAL: Leah Justice’s legacy will long be appreciated, remembered

In my years at the Bulletin as editor, I read hundreds of obituaries while getting the paper prepped ...

Community

No excuses: Get out and vote Tuesday

Over the last several weeks, you’ve no doubt read headline after headline about how Tuesday’s midterm election will ...

Editor's pick

Attention needed at Bradley Falls

My daughter and I have a thing we do every weekend, mainly in the summer months, but also ...

Editor's pick

The night sky: One of nature’s most wondrous gifts

To the editor: In response to Mr. David Friday’s recent communication, “Appearance Commission 20/20 Plan: “Dark Sky” Project,” ...

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Going home, but to what?

Letting my son go to start a new life in college has been an unbelievably hard thing as ...

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We have a moment in this town

On our cover today, we feature Sam Lovelace, a woman doing something so simple yet so powerful and ...

Editorials

Water contract online poll closed early, results to publish Friday

The online poll's purpose was to gauge whether readers felt the Polk County Board of Commissioners was proceeding ...

Columnists

It’s time to move Landrum’s city business out in the open

Starting at 4:45 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month, Landrum City Council holds a work session ...

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