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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Dr. Gregory F. Murphy has done a great job during his first term as a representative for N.C. House District 9, and I am supporting his re-election. As a citizen of the City of Greenville and County of Pitt, I am a witness to how he communicates with people and his immediate responses to their concerns. I have contacted Rep. Murphy on several occasions and on the behalf of others, and he has always been available at all times, plus personable and kindhearted.

He is definitely one of those public servants working for all people and not just for the people living in his district. North Carolina is fortunate to have someone who sincerely and passionately cares about high quality health care for everyone. Dr. Murphy’s re-election to the N.C. House of Representatives is much needed.

Rose Glover

Greenville

The writer is a member of the Greenville City Council, currently serving at mayor pro tem.

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January 22, 2019

Our Constitution set up a governmental system with three branches, coequal, with different functions.

Laws and budgets are mandated to be created by the legislative branch, through the votes of the members of the House and Senate (with budgetary bills originating in the House) with compromises…

January 22, 2019

Whether or not you buy popcorn at the movies, don’t forget to arm yourself with nerves of steel. If only for the previews.

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January 20, 2019

For many years the clinical staff at ECU Physicians has been under tremendous pressure to at least break even and ultimately make the operation profitable, all the while at the disadvantage of treating a significant portion of underinsured and indigent patients that are not cared for by private…

January 19, 2019

Thank you for your incredible story on the grand opening of our new LGBTQ Center at ECU (Jan. 13). Your reporter was spot on that this will be a “Safe Harbor” for the most marginalized of our students.

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January 19, 2019

Bless your heart Pope Francis. Tear down that Vatican wall. Bless your heart President Obama. Tear down those walls around your Washington, D.C., estate. Bless your heart Speaker Pelosi. Tear down that wall around your Napa estate.

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January 19, 2019

After reading Bill Redding’s letter to the editor and viewing Sunday’s Meet The Press, I was prompted to add my thoughts on greenhouse gases and global warming. We are on the brink of a world disaster of a magnitude never seen before, except perhaps during the Ice Age.

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January 18, 2019

Today (Tuesday) I was stunned to hear that Carol Folt will be resigning from her office as Chancellor of UNC Chapel Hill; but I was not as stunned as when I read the remarks made by Harry Smith, Chair of the UNC Board of Governors (BOG). In the wake of her announcement Smith stated that he was…

January 17, 2019

It's much too early to pick or accurately predict who might be the Democratic presidential nominee for 2020. But premature as it may be, and as totally uncertain with a wide and varied cadre of candidates, isn't it refreshing to see real, honest, down to earth human beings running for the office?…

January 13, 2019

With the death and funeral of President George H.W. Bush, our nation was jolted out of its dark mood by memories of a man who: frequently served his country with distinction; found nobility in his service to others; recognized that his moments of influence were fleeting and used those moments to…

January 12, 2019

I have a good plan for Silent Sam: Bring him to Little Washington, N.C., and put him in Oakdale Cemetery. I don’t think the people here will harm him.

The people here are much nicer than the people in Raleigh that are shipped in from every country and a whole lot of thugs, after all, the city…

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