The Currituck Board of Education has lost its mind.
The ink was hardly dry on the Joe Arpaio pardon when The Daily Advance jumped into the action.
To say that one ought to develop empathy or show tolerance or believe in the Bible or respect reason, is to say in other words that one has an individual obligation to develop empathy or show tolerance or believe in the Bible or respect reason.
I would like to comment on the Elizabeth City Police Department.
I read John Hood’s latest column in which he continues to push recision of the plastic bag ban on the Outer Banks to benefit his boss, Art Pope and his retail empire.
I was glad to read on Aug. 31st that the city councilors in Elizabeth City support the removing of the Confederate monument from the Pasquotank County Courthouse green.
On Aug. 25, the Pasquotank County Sheriff’s Office School Resource Officer Division held its fifth annual Pack the Patrol Car school supply drive at McDonald’s at Tanglewood.
People are hard to understand at times.
Are anarchists on the rise?
So let me get this right: at the Camden County High School, the principal has removed a piece of artwork depicting Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, and Jefferson Davis, president of the seceded Southern states, standing together in an artwork created by students from the northern state of Pennsylvania and students from the southern state of North Carolina in order to be proactive on the chance that there might be controversy or complaint from someone that has yet to materialize.