Yearly Archives: 2018

‘Ban assault weapons,’ say 200 who rally at Courthouse

Bayboro protest one of many across nation Saturday morning  …

County employee re-appointed to prestigious state board

PAMLICO COUNTY – In a ceremony Monday night, Ed Riggs, Jr., chairman of the County Commission, administered the Oath of Office to Melanie Campen, who is well-regarded at the state level for her credentials as an Environmental Health Specialist. Campen has served for the past four years on a governor-appointed board that regulates the industry. “It is an honor to be re-appointed for a second term to the North Carolina State Board of Registered Environmental Health Specialist Examiners,” said Campen in a written state. “It is a privilege to represent Eastern North Carolina as well a…

‘Video Visitation’ requires mega $$$

County jail forced to upgrade system   BAYBORO – No county official in his or her right mind wants to do anything that might jeopardize the cool $1 million-plus that Uncle Sam pays every year to reimburse the Pamlico County Jail for the temporary care and feeding of inmates charged with Federal crimes. So, when Pamlico County Sheriff Chris Davis (who oversees the jail in addition to his law enforcement duties) asked the County Commissioners on Monday night for a whopping $83,907 to install a state-of-the-art video visitation system, the board swallowed hard, unanimously approving t…

‘Video Visitation’ requires mega $$$

County jail forced to upgrade system   BAYBORO – No county official in his or her right mind wants to do anything that might jeopardize the cool $1 million-plus that Uncle Sam pays every year to reimburse the Pamlico County Jail for the temporary care and feeding of inmates charged with Federal crimes. So, when Pamlico County Sheriff Chris Davis (who oversees the jail in addition to his law enforcement duties) asked the County Commissioners on Monday night for a whopping $83,907 to install a state-of-the-art video visitation system, the board swallowed hard, unanimously approving t…

‘Video Visitation’ requires mega $$$

County jail forced to upgrade system   BAYBORO – No county official in his or her right mind wants to do anything that might jeopardize the cool $1 million-plus that Uncle Sam pays every year to reimburse the Pamlico County Jail for the temporary care and feeding of inmates charged with Federal crimes. So, when Pamlico County Sheriff Chris Davis (who oversees the jail in addition to his law enforcement duties) asked the County Commissioners on Monday night for a whopping $83,907 to install a state-of-the-art video visitation system, the board swallowed hard, unanimously approving t…
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