Princess Guess

Position: Obituaries
E-Mail Address: pguess@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 910-416-5864

Latest Stories by Princess Guess

University education might not be worth the high cost

To the Editor, While CNN and the McClatchy news conglomerate breathe sighs of relief from accusations of reckless disregard for the facts with hopes of gaining Pulitzer recognition, the Wainstein report hardly gives the oldest state supported university any respite from the withering investigations by the NCAA, Martin Law Firm, SBI, and UNC over t

The problem with country is God taken out of schools

To the Editor, I'm proud to say I'm a Christian but right now I'm so upset I could eat nails. Just a few days ago the news was about two students in a different state who were told they could not read the Bible in their schools. If someone were to tell one of my grandkids that they couldn't read their Bible, I would set them straight. That's what

Hammonds, as an ex-trooper, is well qualifed to be sheriff

To the Editor, I have heard many comments that a retired highway patrolman is not qualified to be a sheriff. So, I started to think of what qualities would make a good sheriff. A sheriff needs to be a good leader, always setting the example for others to follow. He needs to be a professional, and treat everyone fairly, employees and the public, ir

Woman complains about treatment at local hospital

To the Editor, I had a bad day at Southeastern Regional Medical Center on Sept. 22. I went to the emergency room for shortness of breath and a reaction to medication. They kept me in the emergency room from 4 p.m. to 9 the next morning. The bed was so hard I asked the nurse to let me sit in a chair for awhile but she said I might fall. I asked he

ORRUM — There are 1,500 fewer pounds of trash in the Lumber River State Park following a cleanup last weekend.
Neill Lee, superintendent of state park, said he was thrilled with the involvement this year.
“We had a huge crowd,” he said. “We covered a lot of ground.”
Cub Scout Pack 416, Boy Scout Troop 416, and scout

River cleanup nets 1,500 pounds

ORRUM — There are 1,500 fewer pounds of trash in the Lumber River State Park following a cleanup last weekend. Neill Lee, superintendent of state park, said he was thrilled with the involvement this year. “We had a huge crowd,” he said. “We covered a lot of ground.” Cub Scout Pack 416, Boy Scout Troop 416, and scout

New medicine is needed to fix county's crime problem

To the Editor, I have read several letters to the editor in The Robesonian from people complaining about the current sheriff and the detectives under his command. The common theme seems to be detectives not falling up on leads, failing to return phone calls, failing to interview suspects, etc, etc. Also, a big complaint that I hear from folks is t





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