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Brown: Helpful facts about Social Security disability benefits

Brown: Helpful facts about Social Security disability benefits

When the unexpected happens and you can no longer work due to a serious medical condition, Social Security is there with a lifeline to help you and your family. Most… Read more »

Travel: Weekend getaway to Millstone 4-H Camp

Travel: Weekend getaway to Millstone 4-H Camp

Adventure included archery, canoeing, fishing, and, of course, Ga Ga Ball By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com * Millstone 4-H Camp website * Millstone 4-H Camp Facebook page ELLERBE — Nestled under… Read more »

Spradlin: A glimpse of good governance in Summerfield

Spradlin: A glimpse of good governance in Summerfield

Dismissing mini-roundabout concept was a good first step An editorial by Kevin Spradlin, editor of The Piedmont Post. They came. They debated and discussed. They quipped and offered a snide remark here… Read more »

Waldvogel: April showers bring May flowers … and termites

Waldvogel: April showers bring May flowers … and termites

It will eventually get warmer, and the increase in temperature, along with expected rainfall, will likely bring an increase in termite swarming, i.e., the emergence of the winged reproductives or future… Read more »

Brown: Receive Social Security benefits? Keep your address up-to-date with ‘My Social Security’

Brown: Receive Social Security benefits? Keep your address up-to-date with ‘My Social Security’

Keeping your address up to date with a my Social Security account helps us mail your important documents to the correct place. If you receive benefits, you can use my… Read more »

Pierre: King’s dream included economic equality, too

Pierre: King’s dream included economic equality, too

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the day Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. Just after 6 p.m. on April 4, 1968, King was fatally shot while standing on the balcony… Read more »

Buehler: April is National Social Security Month

Buehler: April is National Social Security Month

National Social Security Month is celebrated in April and is dedicated to educating you about Social Security programs and services.  From programs that help support you through life’s journey, to… Read more »

Review: Five halos for Weaver Academy’s ‘Sister Act’

Review: Five halos for Weaver Academy’s ‘Sister Act’

Missed it? That’s a shame By Kevin Spradlin PiedmontPostNC.com * Weaver Theatre Facebook page * Photos by Shelli Craig Photography GREENSBORO — There was a universal question on the minds… Read more »

Opinion: 15 years after the Iraq invasion, what are the costs?

Opinion: 15 years after the Iraq invasion, what are the costs?

This March marked the 15th anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. In 2003, President George W. Bush and his advisers based their case for war on the idea that Saddam Hussein,… Read more »

Spradlin: Mayor vows to clean up snow ordinance

Spradlin: Mayor vows to clean up snow ordinance

I’m new to living in the city of Frostburg. I attended my first public meeting on Monday night to bring up a gripe — and was thankful the mayor and… Read more »

Cardiac Cards earn 99th win in 9-inning thriller

Cardiac Cards earn 99th win in 9-inning thriller

What it was like to wear red in a sea of black and gold By Kevin Spradlin PeeDeePost.com * Video: ‘Let’s go Pedro!’ Alvarez flies out with bases loaded *… Read more »

Letter: Help me help young family start second chance

Letter: Help me help young family start second chance

To the editor: My name is Barbara Stroman and I am from Rockingham, I need your help. I know a lady that is 7 months pregnant and expecting her son… Read more »

Hudson: We are incredibly fortunate

Hudson: We are incredibly fortunate

I hope you had an enjoyable weekend with your families, friends and neighbors celebrating America’s independence. Whether you spent time enjoying a community barbecue, attending a patriotic parade, or taking… Read more »

Burns: Offering a salute to the people and ideals of America

Burns: Offering a salute to the people and ideals of America

I salute…the editor of a colonial newspaper who shut down his paper rather than pay the Stamp Act tax of 1765; his last edition proclaimed liberty as “the greatest blessing… Read more »

Pastor Hill: A father’s great need

Pastor Hill: A father’s great need

As fathers, we spend years teaching and training our children, preparing them for life and the family God will provide. One of our great desires is that they be happy… Read more »

Richardson: Pixar’s lesson for kids — and adults

Richardson: Pixar’s lesson for kids — and adults

Pixar’s latest flick holds some major life lessons for kids — and adults, too. Inside Out takes place inside the head of an 11-year-old girl, Riley, as she and her parents… Read more »

Kaul: Obama’s amazing grace

Kaul: Obama’s amazing grace

If Martin Luther King’s I Have A Dream speech is the 20th century equivalent of Abraham Lincoln’s magnificent Second Inaugural — and I think it is — then what President… Read more »

Stoops: Homeschoolers are 107,000 students strong

Stoops: Homeschoolers are 107,000 students strong

Thirty years after the N.C. Supreme Court recognized the legality of homeschooling in Delconte vs. State of North Carolina, the state’s home school population has eclipsed the 100,000-student mark.  That is… Read more »

Letter: Crepe myrtles a streetscape upgrade

Letter: Crepe myrtles a streetscape upgrade

To the editor: I would like to express “kudos” to the City of Rockingham (Mayor, Council and staff) for the lovely crepe myrtles lining the streets of our downtown. Thanks for… Read more »

Goodman: Guns and schools do not mix

Goodman: Guns and schools do not mix

Concealed weapons in campus communities jeopardize safety I, like nearly all Americans, was stunned by the horrible murders in Charleston last week. While it is a fact that this was an… Read more »

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