April 27, 2018

Democrats seemingly do not possess the DNA to incorporate facts and critical thinking into their arguments, debates or letters to newspapers can they? A letter in your April 19 edition titled, “No wonder Trump, Putin buddies” is an example that left me speechless. As usual, there was…

April 26, 2018

As if The New York Times did not have enough problems, another is smacking them in the face. The Sunday editions have a report of the best-selling books divided between fiction and non-fiction — with no place to put James Comey's fiasco.

In his recent article, "The Wrong Man For the…

April 25, 2018

In politics, the goal is to maximize the number of people participating in governing.

April 25, 2018

The vote on the minuscule sales tax increase in Pasquotank County is about children, not about money or buildings.

When the temperature in the classroom is so cold that students need their coats, children cannot focus on learning. All they know is that they are cold. When the temperature is so cold…

April 22, 2018

There’s lots of debate about the Project Zebra monument.

April 22, 2018


April 22, 2018

How do you break something that isn’t broken? By fixing it, of course.

That old saw recently came to mind after a Perquimans County commissioner suggested the county explore changes to its voting method for county commissioners — changes that almost certainly would result in a county…

April 22, 2018

Habitat for Humanity International is an organization that builds and rehabs houses with low income partner families. The organization also believes that working with residents in low-income neighborhoods to improve the quality of life for residents is an important part of its mission and…

April 21, 2018


April 20, 2018

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