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July 12, 2019

Lawrence Watts, in July 4th’s Public Forum, challenged anyone to obtain and publish the "real numbers" of energy production by the Amazon Wind Farm in NC (near Elizabeth City). In 2018, according to windexchange.energy.gov, the production was more than 500,000 megawatt hours.

Watts asserted…

July 11, 2019

Regarding his letter to the Reflector on June 30, I don’t recall ever “having made [Milton Bland’s] acquaintance.” Perhaps Mr. Bland is simply too “bland” for one to remember. His comment that “ask[ed for] ... an unqualified favor ... Tinsley exudes a…

July 11, 2019

The Kiwanis Club of Golden K Greenville has completed this year’s Support of our Youth in the Pitt County Schools through distributing over 1,800 books to first-graders. This program started some 10 years ago and continues to grow.

Thanks to the Community Foundation of NC East Inc. for its…

July 10, 2019

As the ECU Board of Trustees approaches the date to elect its new leadership, I'm reminded how poor that leadership has been over the past 3-4 years. The university is now transitioning to a new interim chancellor and from losses based on poor decision-making. Before any returning board member gets…

July 08, 2019

Privately paid assisted living facilities are a booming business and getting bigger every day. They are advertised as senior communities with attractive architecture, fun activities and amenities galore. However, once you are familiar with this type of care, you become keenly aware of how much…

July 05, 2019

All local people need to know how refugee children are being treated at our border.

"There is a stench," according to an eyewitness to detention centers housing children who were taken from their families at the border. (Caitlin Dickerson's article, NYTimes, 6/21/19). 

According to this and…

July 04, 2019

I keep seeing ads on TV with Doctors Murphy and Perry each accusing the other of being liberal.

Not to worry, neither are even close to being liberal. Neither will be the least bit concerned for the poor, the elderly, the sick, the environment or the country’s democratic principles.

Both will…

June 30, 2019

Having made acquaintance with both Tinsley Yarbrough and Vic Corey in my life, I can honestly attest to this notion.

Given that I had to choose just one as a friend, it would be Vic Corey. Tinsley is a graduate of academia; Vic a graduate of the school of hard knocks.

Ask of either an unqualified…

June 30, 2019

There he sat in a hot tub in Breckinridge, Colorado, with a story to tell. He needed a good night’s rest and was in consultation with his “Sleep Doctor and Psychiatrist.” They decided that he should get a mouth apparatus. First, he needed a $650 consultation then the apparatus…

June 29, 2019

I am beyond pleased that a judicial panel has upheld Greenville’s right to have and operate the red light cameras throughout the city.

It is unavoidable and understandable that our overworked police force cannot possibly be in all places at all times. The chance that they can be at the right…

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