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September 11, 2018

Hurricanes and dangerous stormwater don’t wait around for elected officials to produce expensive studies for the shelf, kick crises down the road, and ponder political calculations. Greenville has a documented $350 million stormwater infrastructure challenge to avoid dangerous flooding. Dilly…

September 10, 2018

“Location, location, location” is not only the real estate agent’s mantra. It applies even more to meteorologists. And perhaps it applies to you if you read your gauge faithfully and record the totals.

Depending on where you live, this summer’s precipitation totals have…

September 09, 2018

According to the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers survey in 2017, the most pressing world issue for millennials is climate change. Ninety-one percent of those surveyed agreed with the statement that “science has proven that humans are responsible for climate change.”

As a…

September 09, 2018

Summer is over and conversations about using reusable straws and saving the sea turtles are dying down now that we’re all not in “beach-mode” anymore. The tag #strawlesssummer focuses on a single object and time frame, and I don’t believe that it creates a lasting impact.…

September 09, 2018

I sit in awe as I read and hear about the outrage at the toppling of Silent Sam. The South lost the Civil War 150 years ago and yet still vehemently defends the inhumane grounds on which it was fought and strives to keep its memory alive.

The South fought for so-called “states’…

September 08, 2018

When you read an Opinion page letter like the one titled “Are you tired of winning yet?” in The Daily Reflector on Sept. 5, you have to wonder, “is this guy serious?” The answer, sadly, is ”yes he is!” And unfortunately, there are millions of Americans with the…

September 08, 2018

Here I was, Vic Corey, just getting ready to contact you about one of your listings when, lo and behold, I read your article in the Daily Reflector, “Are You Tired of Winning Yet?” and realized that, based on your stated principles, the last person on Earth with whom you would want to…

September 07, 2018

As a commissioner of the town of Ayden, I feel it is my obligation to inform you of the reason I voted against funding the (Ayden) schools a total of $9,000. It was not about the students or their education. Having retired from the school system with 30 years of teaching, I know the importance of…

September 06, 2018

I sympathize with the feelings of those who took part in bringing down the statue of a Confederate soldier known as “Silent Sam” on the Chapel Hill campus. But this is hardly the way to express those feelings. What was accomplished was wanton vandalism and destruction of public property…

September 05, 2018

If Kavanaugh is a good choice for Supreme Court, there is no reason to rush this nomination through. If he is a good choice, he will still be a good choice after all his documents have been released. If he belongs on the Supreme Court, he will still be a good choice after senators have had a…

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