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Friday, October 12, 2018

As a 20-year citizen of the town of Grifton, I want to personally thank the staff of The Daily Reflector for being a voice for the people of Grifton as well as others in the area affected by the low-lying location in which Duke Energy chose for its electric substation.

I hope and pray with the help of all the citizens, town officials and our county commissioners that represent our area, that finally our town will be heard by Duke Energy and they will do what is necessary to prevent our town from being powerless due to substation flooding. Thanks again to The Daily Reflector for all they have done.

Edward Carl Bowen

Grifton

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October 21, 2018

On Oct. 2, Jamal Khashoggi, a U.S.-based journalist and democracy advocate, entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. He has not been seen since. It is not surprising that Saudi Arabia appears to be responsible for Khashoggi’s suspected murder. The kingdom has a long history of…

October 21, 2018

I was shocked into disbelief when I recently drove down Easy Street near the Pitt-Greenville Airport and saw numerous nails lying on the street. Kindly, I exited my vehicle and removed many of the nails. I then proceeded to drive around the remaining ones and headed toward Belvoir. This was not the…

October 20, 2018

I received two mailings from Dr. Greg Murphy and the Republican party that attacked Kris Rixon. Why should Kris Rixon be attacked to that degree? Shame on you! 

Kris Rixon is running for N.C. House 9. Kris will work to expand medicaid. Over 1,000 people die each year who are not able to afford…

October 20, 2018

I read with great disgust the recent Reflector interview with Dave Hart. There is no excuse for the current shape of the East Carolina University athletic department.

Here we are six months after Jeff Compher's firing, and not only does the university not have a permanent athletic director, Hart…

October 19, 2018

Paula Dance is, without a doubt, the best candidate for sheriff of Pitt County. She has worked as a deputy sheriff for 26 years, climbing the ladder of success from sergeant to lieutenant to captain and to her present capacity as major in the Pitt County Sheriff's Office. From her vast experience…

October 19, 2018

I read with interest Monday’s editorial titled “Country needs more effective leaders like Haley.” As I read this highly laudatory editorial about outgoing United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley and how she split from President Trump on several issues, I…

October 18, 2018

The recent hearings and vote on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court once again shed light on how divided this country is. The feeling among many is that we have an illegally elected government due to the influence of extremist Republican legislators and their record of…

October 18, 2018

As we prepare to go to the polls in coming days, we need to understand how we vote will determine who is making decisions on the issues that will impact our communities. We have to make sure that those deciders are people who respect communities of color and who will have our best interests in mind…

October 17, 2018

I would like to discuss the two candidates for N.C. House District 9. There are two entirely different candidates from which to choose.

One, Dr. Greg Murphy, has represented District 9 for the last three years with honor, integrity and experience. He has been a business owner for 25 years, a…

October 17, 2018

The only letter I have ever written to the Public Forum was four years ago when when we lost our total house to a fire. I then wrote in praise of our fire department and especially Chief Griffin. They were quick to respond, efficient, and so kind and compassionate. There were some adverse…

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