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Reporter told not to record

By William R. Toler While covering a fatal fire near Aurora, NC, a television reporter was approached by a Beaufort County deputy who tried to prevent him from shooting. NewsChannel 12′s Mike Valerio said the deputy told him before he … Continue reading

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Waiting for the government

By William R. Toler As the clean up from Hurricane Irene gets underway, it’s interesting to see how different people handle it. There are some who are pleading for help. Mostly from the government. To bring food and water, clear … Continue reading

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Boobies bracelets and blue jeans

By William R. Toler You would think that since the Tinker decision in 1969, public school officials would do a better job respecting the rights of students. Sadly, as we’ve reported here time after time, that isn’t the case. At … Continue reading

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Accused sex offender sees more charges

By William R. Toler An accused sex offender finds himself behind bars, again. Bobby Gene Elks,41, of Washington, was arrested around midnight Saturday and charged with first-degree forcible rape, according to Washington Police.  Elks was held in the Beaufort County Detention Center on … Continue reading

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