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October 06, 2019

The Daily Reflector on Monday published a story of how a 21-year-old white man was arrested after walking down Jarvis Street armed with a shotgun. The article also reported he fired the gun in the 400 block of Biltmore Street and even went as far as to point the gun at someone. When local law…

October 05, 2019

It is time for all Americans to come together and put our country above our politician party. The first president, George Washington, said these very words in his farewell address —country should be first. It is time to put the truth at the front; there are no alternative facts; the truth is…

October 04, 2019

Lawrence Watts derided a North Carolina wind farm as shameful (Public Forum, June 4), claiming no one could even find out its actual generating capacity. I responded revealing the actual KWH generated. I also showed that wind farm was viewed locally as an economic triumph.

Watts responded on Aug.…

October 03, 2019

In 1998, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 228-206 to impeach Bill Clinton on a charge of perjury.

Currently there are allegations that current President Trump sought assistance or a “favor” from the government of Ukraine to investigate a political rival for his own personal gain.…

October 03, 2019

Regarding the Thursday’s article "Students celebrate International Walk to School Day:" I applaud everyone who worked to raise awareness of the importance of walking for children. However, it is unfair — not to mention ineffective — to put the responsibility for road safety on…

October 01, 2019

Today I want to thank Donald Trump for being the President of the United States. What I had previously only glimpsed as though looking through a dark piece of glass, I see much more clearly.

The executive branch of the U.S. government has much too much power, and this didn’t just happen…

October 01, 2019

Lawrence Watts Jr. gives a good description of the wasteland that will result from installing solar farms. Solar panels also don’t work effectively when there is no direct sun.

Additionally, the energy generated is (DC) for storage in batteries. However, your home appliances operate on (AC).…

September 30, 2019

The following were elected on a slate to the Greenville City Council in 2017: P.J. Connelly (mayor), Rose Glover (D1), Will Bell (D3), Will Litchfield (D5), Brian Meyerhoeffer (At-Large). All are challenged in the November election. How have they done?

Positive: (1) They ran on economic development,…

September 29, 2019

Monday’s headline read: "E-cigs pose threat."

In North Carolina, 23 cases of lung disease have been reported, related to vaping. Nationally, it's 450. Six deaths have been reported in the U.S. related to e-cigarette use. The first commercially successful e-cigarette was not available until…

September 29, 2019

The Daily Reflector on Sunday published the proposed lines for the legislative election districts in Pitt County.

At first glance, I thought that the new districts looked pretty reasonable. I live in far southern Pitt County and just barely in the 12th District, that as proposed extends into Lenoir…

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