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March 28, 2019

I read with interest and concern the column by Peter Robie, a member of the State Health Plan Board of Trustees, in the Daily Reflector on March 24 dealing with proposed rates cuts to the State Health Plan. While true that the cost of health care has continued to rise, the solution proposed by the…

March 27, 2019

I just read on the internet that Congressman Walter B.Jones Jr. passed on Feb. 18. I extend my sincerest condolences to his family, and they are in my prayers.

I always admired him and his father because they were big supporters of our military, our truckers, our farmers and all Americans.…

March 26, 2019

What exactly is it that conservatives conserve? They certainly don't conserve our clean air or water, in their fervent fixation to dismantle all regulations, including the Clean Air and Clean Water acts. So they obviously aren't concerned with conserving our very health.

We are borrowing another…

March 25, 2019

Experiencing your first broken bones and surgery at 70-plus years of age is a bit traumatic.

However, living in a community of caring friends and having exceptional medical facilities and professionals makes the journey much easier.

My anxiety and concerns were addressed along the entire path of…

March 24, 2019

Recollect the sixth century when Irish monk Saint Brendan sailed to North America. Then reminisce to the Tenth Century Vikings, when Leif Erikson sailed to “Vinland” (now Newfoundland), and next to the Fifteenth Century Chinese — each staking questionable claims to having…

March 23, 2019

There have been a plethora of newspaper articles concerning the socialist leaning of the Democratic Party and the fear this will prevent a Democratic victory in the next presidential election.

I was pleased that op-ed columnists Douglas Cohn and Eleanor Clift identified Paul Manafort’s…

March 22, 2019

I began my medical practice in 1964. I remember the exact day I removed the "Colored" sign in my medical clinic in Zephyrhills, Florida

I remember when all the "Insane Asylums" began closing down in the 70s.

I remember the Watts riots in Los Angeles of 1965.

But nothing beats what's going on at our…

March 21, 2019

If the ECU chancellor search would follow the guidelines that Calvin Mercer outlined in his letter to the editor published Wednesday, I believe the outcome would be a highly qualified new leader and an enhanced national reputation for ECU.

This assessment is based on my involvement in numerous…

March 21, 2019

My name is Kennedy Tate, I am in 11th grade and I am a Boy Scout with Troop 30 at Jarvis. I am writing this letter to express my concerns about the Green New Deal proposal. I do believe in the preservation and conservation of the Earth. However, the GND does this in an ineffectual and costly manner.…

March 20, 2019

ECU chancellor resigns. What’s next? Here’s a win-win-win-win for taxpayers, students, parents and ECU.

I’m pretty sure I’m in the ballpark on these numbers. A head hunter company conducts a national search. Cost, plus expenses bringing in candidates, is likely $100,000 plus.…

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