There must be a revival of sorts going on in this country. I have been inundated with liberals expressing concern about me informing my participation in governing by my faith principles.
Jean Baker has given many years of service on our city council in Elizabeth City.
The author of a recent letter to the editor is trying to replace science with fear.
Even before voting began last week, headlines warned about rigged elections and voter intimidation. It can feel overwhelming and may even discourage some people from participating in this historic election.
Donald Trump has said many irresponsible and dangerous things over the course of this long and bitterly fought presidential campaign that, thankfully, is now less than three weeks from being over.
I am amazed at the numerous mailers the campaign of Sen. Bill Cook has sent out to distort the truth about state Senate candidate Brownie Futrell.
Our Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, only sexually assaults very beautiful women.
Real Christians are spiritually prompted by prayerfully considering the election at hand, and using this means, are prompted to support the one candidate, albeit not ideal, but certainly the lesser of the two evils.
Would you pay an extra penny for a $4 Big Mac if you could guarantee that every student in the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County school system could access a computer in the classroom?