Columns

We must remain a nation under God

COLUMN BY JAN HINDSLEY In the past month, you have published two articles by Polk Culpepper concerning the ...

My Turn

Preserve the option of public waterfront access

The authors of this column are Washington City Council members Virginia Finnerty and Betsy Kane. The Lumberyard or ...

Columns

In memory of Marc Basnight

If you are newly arrived in eastern North Carolina, you may not recognize the name of Manteo resident ...

My Turn

Regaining autonomy: Support for Medical Aid in Dying

Throughout life, individuals are empowered by making their own decisions, but in the final stages of life this ...

Columns

Open for business, but not business as usual

By Sarah Bernart, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina Although many North Carolina employers are back in business ...

My Turn

Drivers and pedestrians beware this Halloween

Driving impaired kills. Last year, North Carolina lost 35 people during the week of Halloween, and nine of ...

My Turn

The missing piece

A good friend died of COVID last week. Beverly. She tested positive on Monday and died in her ...

My Turn

Reasons for optimism this flu season: vaccine, testing, masks

Fall is known for cooler weather, the holiday spirit and the beginning of respiratory virus season, and this ...

My Turn

Make logging great again

As I walked through a wooded area the other day, I saw some beautiful, big old trees. I ...

Coronavirus

Collaboration yields robust testing capacity in eastern North Carolina

When I first wrote about COVID-19 and its impending impact on our region on March, I shared it ...

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