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June 09, 2018


June 06, 2018

Three more decisions out of City Council emerge with Johnnie Walton’s and Anita Hummer’s fingerprints all over them.

June 06, 2018


June 06, 2018

By refusing to allow a qualified volunteer to serve on a local board, certain members of our new City Council, led by Councilman Johnnie Walton, have demonstrated petty, small-minded decision-making.

Tony Stimatz represented the 2nd Ward on City Council for 12 years. He always did his homework,…

June 05, 2018


June 04, 2018


June 03, 2018

She may not know it yet, but state Rep. Beverly Boswell, R-Dare, is making a good case for why North Carolina laws that ensure the public's access to official records are so important and why they must continue to be valued and strengthened.

Currently, the House District 6 representative seems…

June 03, 2018

I was just wondering as I was watching the news one night about Puerto Rico. That island still is in a mess, but the government would rather bad-mouth the Dems for not doing anything. Before long, they will blame them for smog in the air.

Anyway, to make a point, the government has awarded the…

June 03, 2018

President John F. Kennedy once said, “The abrasive quality of a free press is invaluable to a democracy.” And President Donald J. Trump says, “Our free press is fake and phony and the enemy of the people.” 

Mr. Trump’s denigration of our free press day…

May 31, 2018

As I begin to write this our nation is again reeling from another senseless attack. This time at Santa Fe High School in Texas.

As with other tragic situations that involve shootings the cries for more gun-control laws are very loud. Will more laws solve this?

There are those who think so. I differ…

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