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March 28, 2018

I am writing to express my concerns that many people living in rural communities go without mental health services. The mental health issue in America today is daunting and in dire need of rehabilitation. Health care for our rural communities, one of our most vulnerable populations, is sustained…

March 27, 2018

A main professorial goal of mine is to inspire critical thought. This is why I appreciated Jeffrey Mathis’ March 24 letter. Mr. Mathis stated, with regard to the truth of information, “If your first reaction to a statement is: “I didn’t know that!” then your next…

March 26, 2018

In June, I wrote to this paper with an opinion of Trump firing Mueller. I hoped at that time that logic, common sense and justice would prevail. I also hoped that "government of the people, by the people, and for the people" would survive.

However, since last year, Trump and his supporters in…

March 25, 2018

Constitutional rights are important. Because of this, it is essential we are accurate when we discuss them in a public forum like the Reflector’s opinion section.

Recently in this section, a letter by Tinsley E. Yarbrough claimed the late Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia wrote in his Heller…

March 25, 2018

A short list of things that bug me: People throw trash out of their vehicles onto the roadside; use a shopping cart and leave the cart in a parking space, buy a tool, use it once then return it for a refund claiming it doesn’t work; text and drive even though there’s significant data…

March 25, 2018

Nathan Summers' commentary on the state of East Carolina University athletics under the direction of Jeff Compher in the March 11 edition of The Daily Reflector failed to meet even the most basic standards for journalistic reporting.

He failed to validate erroneous information provided by…

March 24, 2018

On March 20, Connie Tippett’s letter in the Public Forum was titled Catch and Release. The gist of the letter was that illegal immigrants are being freely let across the border and given free air flights into the country.

My problem is that her letter is not only patently false and easily…

March 23, 2018

Congratulations to all the Pitt County youth who have chosen to exercise and further develop their brain muscles by learning the challenging game of bridge. Bridge offers similar mental benefits to those of chess, but with a social component because it forces students to collaborate.

In 2013,…

March 22, 2018

As a Catholic priest, morality is of utmost importance to me. Opinion writer Walter Williams believes we are in moral decline. Personal morality is only one piece of the puzzle. Catholic social justice teaches us that all of life is interconnected and all of us have responsibility for the…

March 21, 2018

Thanks for your front page article in March 4 The Daily Reflector. It seemed reasonably informative and balanced, and focused on the central concern, the safety of our school children.

Typically when we go out to eat, we eat the steak first and most of the “sides” end up in a stryrofoam…

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