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Bless the heart of Bill Redding, who stood up at the public hearing on rezoning lots for parking spaces east of ECU...

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

We the class of 2018 had a dream with a vision. Thanks to each of the navigators for always pouring your heart out in helping all students in accomplishing their dreams and into graduating this year. We want to thank Dr. Thomas Gould and Shakeena White for leading a strong team. The team members are: Jessica Blake, Carolina Cope-Meyers, Amy Harris, Clark Howerton, Jennifer Jones, Susan Marsh, Greg Massenberg, Christine Nicodemus, Tania Overton and William White.

A warm and special thank you goes to Rachel Bridges and Arwen Parris in Career Services. Your support has made a great impact in the communities and for the students. Crystal Howard deserves many thanks for her incredible dedication to working with so many students. Your commitment to the vision of so many students was not unnoticed. You support so many people and your commitment shows because you do not turn away students. Special thanks go to Megan Carter, Madison Noisette and Ruth Hardy in all they do daily.

Each of these people requires a special thank you and deep acknowledgment that without their support the Success Navigator Team would not function as well. We the students are immeasurably grateful to this team because now our dreams are now visible.

Your efforts and commitment in supporting all students will benefit students in years to come.

Eli Williams

Greenville

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Letters

August 15, 2018

Twelve Chicagoans were shot dead and 62 others were shot and wounded Aug. 3-5, the Chicago Tribune reported (https://tinyurl.com/yde7jb83). Before last week's mayhem, 1,718 Chicagoans had been shot since the beginning of the year, and 306 had been murdered.

Adding to this tragedy is the fact that…

Walter Williams

August 14, 2018

As we watch the very unfortunate issue unfold in the town of Bethel involving the tenants living in Whitehurst Trailer Park, one does not have to be a rocket scientist to see that these wonderful citizens have been thrown under the bus and forgotten by the town’s government.

What do Bethel…

August 13, 2018

The Grifton Lions Club will host N.C. Auditor Beth Ward on Monday, Aug. 20, at 7 p.m. at the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, located at 437 McCrae St. in Grifton.

The presentation will provide information on what types of audits the office performs, who they audit, what is found as a result of an…

August 13, 2018

With scorching heat and raging wildfires in the West and torrential downpours and massive flooding in the East, global warming is not just about a gentle sea rise any more. These tragic consequences of dumping greenhouse gases into our atmosphere call for drastic remedies.

For starters, we should…

August 12, 2018

The editorial “Pence would restore democracy, irk Democrats” is just another example of the globalists trying to subvert the will of the American People. The line, “a Pence presidency sometime in the coming year is more likely than not,” is absolute establishment fantasy and…

August 12, 2018

The “ECU Parking Woes” article in The Daily Reflector on Aug. 7 needs a response.

Everyone who either attends classes or is employed at the ECU main campus is well aware of the dire parking problem. The university has reacted to this dilemma by building parking garages (at very…

August 11, 2018

I left “Dixie” at age 12 and I still remember the hard-packed red clay school playgrounds. If you’ve been receiving Social Security for a few years, you’ll probably recall some of the popular games during recess:

Kick ball, dodge ball, roll at the bat, mumbley peg (yes, some…

August 10, 2018

Our president exaggerates frequently, having made 4,229 false or misleading statements to date, reports The Washington Post. This statistic is immediately dismissed by millions of our citizens as “fake, fake, disgusting, news,” as the president recently said in Pennsylvania, where…

August 09, 2018

On July 12 the Pitt County Board of Elections met to decide on an early voting schedule. Public comments were allowed at the beginning of the meeting, with one opportunity to comment. Citizens were not allowed input after that. My concerns are about Sunday voting. Statistics prove civic-minded Pitt…

August 08, 2018

Finally, in 1965, the United States Supreme Court struck down all the so-called "Jim Crow" laws that had been mandating segregation in our former Confederate states. Now, just recently, the Israeli legislature (by a vote of 62-55-2) has enacted a statute that comprises a carbon copy of our former…

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