December 06, 2016

We read with great interest the account of the recent dedication ceremony for the recently completed softball/baseball complex at the Currituck Community Park. The athletic complex itself, and the Community Park campus in general, is a project of which the county's commissioners and staff…

Vic Ramsey

December 06, 2016

RALEIGH — During the fall campaign in North Carolina, the presidential and gubernatorial races captured most of the attention. That was understandable. But the reelection of Sen. Richard Burr deserves at least as much post-election attention, for two compelling reasons.

The first is political.…

December 06, 2016

RALEIGH — The usual crowd was hanging out in the parking lot of my neighborhood firehouse in Connecticut, sometime about 1965, when Mr. Andy drove by in his new Oldsmobile 98.

The old blowhard wanted to impress us kids with all its features and he boasted of the price he’d negotiated…

December 06, 2016

At first glance, the late Sen. Jesse Helms and President-elect Donald Trump could not be more different.

Helms, who represented North Carolina in the U.S. Senate from 1973 until 2003, was as plain as brown shoes, married to the same woman his entire adult life, and lived unostentatiously on…

December 05, 2016

I notice that many liberals are upset about Donald Trump’s victory over the most corrupt and despicable politician ever. Hillary and Bill Clinton look at John Gotti and the Gambino crime family, laugh and call them “amateurs.”

Yet, liberals continue to fall back on the tired old…

December 05, 2016

In John Hood’s Dec. 2 column, “Cautiously optimistic GOP factions can work together,” he comments on how proud conservatives were in the 1990s for, among other things, balancing the budget.

While I am often put off by many of Mr. Hood’s writings, I find this contention…

December 05, 2016

I remember like it was yesterday. I drove to North Carolina as a new military bride thrilled to call home a state represented by Senator Jesse Helms. I stopped at the Republican Party headquarters to sign up to help.

Not long after, I was hired to work on the campaign that elected Jim Gardner…

December 04, 2016

A recent letter included a comment that our country has changed so much that it is now unrecognizable from the country of our childhood. One issue is that Christianity is under attack like never before, especially after this campaign season.

Morality is almost non-existent. If it feels good do it.…

December 04, 2016

I’d like to say, Merry Christmas, Elizabeth City. The city council is giving itself a 10.5 percent raise. What a combination of two stories here: Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" and "How The Grinch's Stole Christmas.”

Yes, certain devious Grinch councilors concocted to have a vote…

December 03, 2016

WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald Trump promised to punish U.S. companies that ship manufacturing jobs out of the country. Instead, judging from the way he has handled Carrier, he plans to reward them. Quite handsomely, in fact.

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