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Letters to the Editor

Latest Letters to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Ivermectin isn’t benefitting you

To the Editor, “You are not a horse; you are not a cow.  Seriously, y’all.  Stop it!” says the Food and Drug Administration. Why would ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Letter to the Editor: Pay attention, drivers

To the editor, School buses are running again in the mornings and afternoons. Safety for our students who ride the NC school buses should be ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Letter to the Editor: Take down your campaign signs

One of the ugliest parts of the landscape as we drive through any county are political signs — seen over and over again in mind-numbing ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Letter to the Editor: Make an informed, responsible decision

To the Editor, As this pandemic rages on, we find ourselves at a crossroads. I am a scientist with a doctorate and I’ve published 100 ... Read more

1 month ago by Letters to the Editor.

Letter to the Editor: Support helped nonprofit avert crisis

To the Editor, On behalf of the Board of Directors of Literacy Volunteers of Beaufort County, I would like to thank the residents of Beaufort ... Read more

1 month ago by Letters to the Editor.

Letter to the Editor: Now isn’t the time to let our guard down

To the Editor, I am a mother and a nurse practitioner, and I feel strongly about preventing further spread of the COVID-19 virus in Beaufort ... Read more

2 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

Why neighbors are against the proposed Powell Place development

The objections raised by neighbors to the proposed 17-lot subdivision development have merit and should not have been trivialized as “minor” and “not real world”. ... Read more

3 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

An opportunity for Washington

To the Editor, World-class ocean-going yachts bring prestige and tourism to their locations wherever they are — first to those who come on them, and ... Read more

4 months ago by Brandon Tester.

We must remember the good and the bad

To the Editor, The removal of historical monuments has become commonplace across this country. I am disheartened to find it has finally reached Little Washington. ... Read more

7 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

Reconciliation starts with listening, understanding

To the Editor, One of the big themes of 2020 was division, including division over race. Unfortunately, we can witness this in our local community. ... Read more

7 months ago by Letters to the Editor.

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