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Wake up! We are quietly being led to slaughter. You are mistaken if you think there isn’t an agenda being executed in our country.

Do you find yourself tired today? Perhaps it is physical exhaustion, from too little sleep or seemingly endless work and responsibilities. It could be a mental or emotional strain, caused from carrying the joy-crushing burdens of guilt or regret.

Has anyone else noticed how fast this year is going by? It seems like we just said “Happy New Year” and soon we will be saying “Happy 4th of July.”

This past Sunday I preached about the miracles, signs and wonders that Jesus Christ did. When he was walking the Earth he taught everyone about the power of God.

The fifth installment of history during my lifetime covers the 1990s, a very interesting time. Although others may not agree, it seemed that the ’90s set the tone for continuous wars that involve the United States that many of us detest because of the human cost in life and physical injury.

Organizers of the sixth annual PCC Car Show say the event was a success and raised more than $5,000 to benefit the college’s Automotive Systems Technology Department.

The Greenville Noon Rotary announced this month that its three Rotary Scholarships for 2023 will go to students from Greenville, Ayden-Grifton and Farmville.

Completing an important benchmark in their educational journey, 23 Greene Early College students received their associates degrees from Lenoir Community College on May 11 on the school’s main campus.

I have written a couple of columns like this one called Nostalgia. In reality, nearly all of my columns are nostalgic — to me at least. This one is no different.

Recently, I read what our governor, Roy Cooper, said regarding the 12-week abortion ban recently passed by North Carolina lawmakers. He vowed to veto their decision and called the law an “egregious and unacceptable attack on the women of North Carolina.”