.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Letters

  • Vote for Wilson

    To the editor:

    Why would we choose a slick lawyer from West Virginia with a slick public relations lady with no clerical experience over a lady like Cheryl Cheers Wilson for our Brunswick County Clerk of Courts? There is no reason.

    Why would a slick lawyer earning or making millions and in the bank want a little job like the clerk of courts?

  • Supports Wilson for clerk

    To the editor:

    During the past year, there have been several occasions when I have requested documents from the Brunswick County Clerk of Court’s office. The staff has always been professional, courteous, and prompt when assisting me. Cheryl Wilson, Clerk of Superior Court, maintains a well-trained and highly proficient organization.

  • Thanks for helping church

    To the editor:

    Shallotte Church of God would like to send a heartfelt “thank you” to all the people who came out to our community outreach giveaway/yard sale. Our hope is that the items were a blessing to each of you. We also would like to thank those who donated to the church. May God bless you all for your generosity. We hope to see some of you at our services soon. Thanks again.

    Mike Robeson, Community Outreach Coordinator

    Supply

  • Vote in November

    To the editor:

  • There you go again, Barbara Stanley

    To the editor:

    Barbara Stanley, there you go again, spouting off when you don’t know what you’re talking about. 

  • Out with Mike, that I like

    To the editor:

    As I have repeatedly written, everyone likes Mike McIntyre. 

    We have two things to say again: “Sir, please retire. You have been in office too long.” 

    You pretend you are not a Democrat, you brag about voting against abortion and you brag about being conservative. Emotionally and financially you are tied to the Democratic Party. 

  • Vote with your head, not emotion

    To the editor:

    We face issues of monumental importance, unsustainable debt, pending tax increases, illegal immigration, card check, trashing of the Constitution (and many others), but a number of people continue to concentrate on an issue put to bed years ago.

  • Supports Patterson

    To the editor:

    A couple of weeks ago, the governor declared a “state of emergency” because of Hurricane Earl. Most people would be surprised to know that under N.C. law, it’s illegal to carry a gun or any weapon during a state of emergency, even if you have a concealed carry permit. It seems to me that the best time to have a weapon handy is during an emergency. This law is another assault on our Second Amendment rights.

  • Mr. DeVita, tell the truth

    To the editor:

    Councilor DeVita, it is both absurd and insulting if you expect us to believe you without any explanation or documentation, that if we spend $4.5 million for a park, it will not increase our taxes or create serious financial problems for our town. Your letter to the Beacon editor last month, in which you also claimed the second fire station will maintain or reduce our home insurance rates, is also doubtful.

  • McInytre gets it

    To the editor:

    Our sports are a source of pride for our local communities. Sports unite us like no other events and draw out our American values of gusto and determination. At a time in which so many challenges face our youth, why not turn to our sports as a cost-effective solution? I wanted to share how Congressman Mike McIntyre is doing just that.