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May 11, 2019

We would like to thank Brittney Cannon at the East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine. Over the last six months my brother (Donald Ray Parker) has been a patient of Cannon. She has done a wonderful job in representing the school.

We started out with extraction of 12 teeth to put in a…

May 11, 2019

While I am truly sorry to lose Chancellor Staton, who managed his challenges with remarkable dignity and grace, I am heartened by the appointment of his successor, Mr. Dan Gerlach.

Few are aware of Mr. Gerlach’s strong support to the university, especially the Brody School of Medicine. If it…

May 10, 2019

It is a great day again in America with President Trump showing the Republicans how to win and how to lead America back to greatness!

The dark cloud of the crooked Obama administration is beginning to dissipate with the obvious illegal shenanigans that Obama and Hillary Clinton were orchestrating…

May 09, 2019

Longtime New York Times columnist William Safire labeled him “Cover Up General Barr,” that title being imparted to then Attorney General William Barr during G.H.W. Bush’s presidency.

Barr has a history of helping Republican presidents who find themselves in legal peril: On…

May 08, 2019

In the aftermath of school shooting tragedies, citizens are often frustrated when “thoughts and prayers” are the only actions taken. A legislative solution must be achieved to protect our college students, and campus carry is an effective one. North Carolina is one of only 16 states…

May 07, 2019

For more than 40 years, graduates of ECU’s medical school have been touching, improving and saving the lives of people in need.

Each of these doctors and their patients owe a debt of gratitude to the person who, in most cases, served as the doctor’s very first patient: a cadaver donor.…

May 05, 2019

There are many in Pitt County who are in the process of deciding which of the many Democratic candidates for president to support in 2020. I would like to point out two considerations that should be kept in mind.

First, Joe Biden, as a senator from Delaware, voted to authorize the military…

May 04, 2019

Tuesdays editorial complaining about plans to allow students to be effectively defended was misleading in several ways.

First, only those opposed to defending students suggest teachers should actively “be armed.” The proposal is to allow those who volunteer and are qualified to carry,…

May 03, 2019

April is officially designated as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in the United States.

And it’s been an opportunity for General Assembly to ponder taking action to combat the peril of distracted driving in North Carolina with House Bill 144, the Hands Free NC Act sponsored by…

May 02, 2019

The Association of Mexicans in North Carolina is in major opposition of HB 370. The anti-immigrant bill would require local law enforcement authorities to cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in assisting the federal government agency in the deportation of immigrants or face…

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