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    Letter: Late night call was no scam

    Community policing is one of the most widely touted law enforcement philosophies of our decade. Years ago the idea of community policing began to take shape with the realization that the police alone cannot effectively keep everyone in their jurisdiction safe all the time. We can’t possibly...

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    Letter to the Editor: Anna S.

    Iowa student Anna S. is seeking, souvenirs, and post cards from North Carolina.

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    Letter to the Editor: Where is Wendell’s Parks and Rec?

    I read with great interest the two articles in Wednesday's Eastern Wake News about plans for the Knightdale Farmers' Market and for pedestrian walkways connecting schools to the new park and Mingo Creek Greenway. One of the purposes of these walkways is to promote healthy habits like walking and...

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    Letter: Straight from the horse’s mouth

    When I tell people that I work with horses at Kindred Spirits Farm in Zebulon they often assume it is therapeutic riding for the physically disabled. In actuality, there are many different approaches to therapeutic horsemanship.

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    Letter: Workers deserve a shout-out

    Town employees worked extremely hard to clean up after the storm in Wendell. I live right downtown and I have been watching them do this back breaking work all day to get the sidewalks and streets cleared and safe for the town. They deserve a major shout out of thanks!

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    Letter: Keep school construction with school board

    School leadership has agreed to work with county leaders on school construction. That should be good enough.

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    Letter: There are still angels among us

    I have shopped at this Food Lion since its existence and have always used my bank check for payment without any problem and I know there was nothing wrong with my bank account. I was beginning to panic and wonder what I was going to do since I had no cash with me.

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    Letter: Don’t release balloons

    On Sunday, Jan. 12, I was saddened to see a balloon intentionally released at Little River Park in Zebulon. A balloon is airborne litter and dangerous to wildlife. As the state director of North Carolina Big Sweep for almost 20 years, I hear about animals in North Carolina entangled in litter every...

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    Letter: Time for action on abandoned building

    We are confused as to Planner Bo Dobrenski’s comments in the news article in the Oct. 13 issue of the Eastern Wake News with reference to the property at 116 N. Arendell Ave. (former City Barber Shop), which states that the final inspection on Sept. 19, 2011, found that all problems had been...

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    Letter: World class education?

    The problem with East Wake Middle School lies in the administration and the teachers, not the parents.

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