What’s that you say? You don’t have a subscription to your hometown newspaper? Now is the time to call us and get a one year subscription for only $22. Here’s what you are missing if you are not getting the paper:
• Lacey Hampton attended the Ross family reunion last Saturday and reports that everyone had a blast. More than 200 attended the reunion which took place on the Ross property next to Bain Elementary School.
• Our Web site has been a good place for local parents to vent about CMS’ baffling decision to not put Mint Hill CMS students in the new Mint Hill high school. However, Mark Bosco, principal at Independence High School is not taking the issue lightly. He is hosting informal meetings at Dilworth Coffee House to help Mint Hill parents with the transition of shifting schools. Read the story in Thursday’s Mint Hill Times.
• Why are charter schools suing for more money from the state and local governments? Read a Q&A with one of the attorney’s involved with the lawsuit. Jason Kay of the NC Institute for Constitutional Law.
• This week we are happy to introduce our new film reviewer, Clay Whittaker. He saw the new Michael Moore film “Capitalism: A Love Story” and says it is entertaining, but as you would expect, slanted way to the Left.