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Submitted By: Nathaniel L. Sanders, Jr.Submitted: 9/28/2009
I would like to thank Ms. Lucy Brower and Mr. Barry Merrill for 4 tickets to The Southern Ideal Home Show held in Raleigh, N.C. this past weekend. My wife and I attended and thoroughly enjoyed the Show. We were also able to share with another couple. Again, thank you.


Submitted By: Cody StarlingSubmitted: 9/27/2010
Why can't the manager of the princeton post office order any duck stamps? I have asked him for 3 weeks and he has'nt order any.


Submitted By: Ferrell HardisonSubmitted: 1/26/2011
THANK YOU for covering our PORN WEEK (www.pornweekatchurch.com)at Whitley Church (www.whitleychurch.com) and The Bridge (www.bridgechurch.cc)on Feb. 2-9. As you reported, pornography is a devastating problem in our community, nation, and throughout the world. I am so thankful I live in a community with has a news paper that is not afraid to provide balanced and accurate coverage on such a controversial topic. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!


Submitted By: Ferrell HardisonSubmitted: 2/23/2011
SPECIAL THANKS to the Princeton News Leader for covering "An Evening of Mime & Dance" at Whitley Church!! You guys did a great job as always!! We are so blessed to have The Princeton News Leaders covering the news in our local area!! A job well done by Michael Jaenicke!!


Submitted By: M SpellSubmitted: 4/9/2011
Before the website changed, the news leader always had some great sports pictures of Rosewood and Princeton, now that hardly ever have any pictures. Where are all the good pictures.


Submitted By: SSPSubmitted: 7/10/2011
I'd like to see the Princeton Community celebrate the 4th of July setting a venue similar to that of the Mt. Olive festival.


Submitted By: Ross BlackwellSubmitted: 8/1/2011

Lost my fuji finepix camera along the tulameen river this weekend. I can identify photos, 604-869-9299

Editor's Note: Sorry about your camera, but we're in Princeton, North Carolina, not Princeton, British Columbia.



Submitted By: Tammy TysonSubmitted: 11/17/2011
Being the Aunt of one of Princeton Highs football players we are kept up to date on the teams progress. I would just like to say that after the injurys I heard happened against Albemarle someone really needs to look into the actions of the coaches. It saddens me that a young man has to wear a halo for 3 months because his neck was broken. They need to bring back coaches like Harvey Brooks, someone who has integrity and instead of letting his team get beat the way they did, call the game in the 3rd quarter. The players should come first. These are young men who have a long life ahead of them. Football is a great sport, but Princeton's coach is a JOKE!!! I'm done venting but I hope I got my point across.


Submitted By: Terry GarrisonSubmitted: 10/25/2012

We here in Rosewood appreciate the coverage we get from your paper, but Both the touchdowns you attributed to bronton woodard were actually carried by Spenser Garrison. Just thought you should know.

Editor's Note: We apologize for the error. The roster we have listed Woodard with that number. We will run a correction next week. Thank you for the kind words. We are pleased to provide coverage for the Rosewood community.



Submitted By: Ronald J. MeyerSubmitted: 12/14/2012
I reminded at this time of the year, how wonderful it was to have lived, worked and played in Princeton, We had many great times with Elmer and Francis Fields, and Rayonell Rose with our time 203 South Walnut Street. and then our new home on Christopher Avenue and all the great neighbors, Thelma Peedin who taught us what Country Christmas was all about. Catalina and I miss the Dear hearts and gentle people of Princeton, from out home in Davenport, FL we are Wishing you and yours a Very Merry Christmas, this is how I see it.... Dear Editor: Please don’t wish me a "Happy Holiday." It is not only an insult to my faith, but also to my intelligence. Why have Christians allowed the perpetually offended to offend us by taking Christ out of the season? "Happy Holidays" isn’t meant to avoid offending people; it was promoted by anti-Christians and pseudo-Christians for the very purpose of insulting. No other season requires such an exemption. February has more holidays than December. No safe generic "Happy Holiday" to avoid insulting single people or people who don’t like the presidents (although they did successfully manage to insult Washington and Lincoln). Cinco de Mayo celebrates a victory over the French, Independence Day a victory over the English, Veteran’s Day over the Germans. Are we to avoid these days to avoid offending these groups? Many people like me don’t like, but for the children we celebrate Halloween. Should children be banned from trick-or-treating so as not to offend us? The PC crowd isn’t worried about offending people this time of year. They have shoved "Happy Holidays" down our throats because they hate Jesus. It is "Jesus" they find offensive and they cloud their hate under the cover of tolerance. And we stupid Christians apologize for being smacked in the face and go along. Wake up. It’s our country too! And many of us are offended at "Happy Holidays." Just wish me a "Merry Christmas!" I’ll wish you a "Happy Holiday" in June, just in case you find the flag or summer offensive. Ronald J. Meyer Catalina E. Meyer 366 Thornbush Pkwy Davenport, FL 33837-5857 983-420-2300


 
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