Yearly Archives: 2018

‘I am the canary in the coal mine!’

Editor’s note: In Part 2 of our series, we thank Judi Wills of Alliance for this e-mail. Here, Ms. Wills offers her frank and alarming response to a front page article last week highlighting health concerns over the growing prevalence of wireless radiation in our daily lives. NORTH CAROLINA – Thank you for bringing the subject of the Smart Meters to the general public’s attention. It has been a fear of mine that it would make its way to our area. As a resident Pamlico County “canary in the coal mine,” I feel I can share my personal experience. Being born in Pennsylvania to a coal m…

What is Environmental Health? Public Health – Part II

By Scott Lenhart, Director | Pamlico County Health Dept. BAYBORO – Environmental Health is just one Division within Public Health. So, what does environmental health mean to you? Many automatically think restaurant inspections or septic tanks. According to the NC Environmental Health Division website, the mission of the Environmental Health Section  is to “safeguard life, promote human health and protect the environment through the practice of modern environmental health science, the use of technology, rules, public education and above all, dedication to the public trust…

Pamlico Partnership for Children serves as resource for young families

BAYBORO – Pamlico Partnership for Children is honored and excited to serve the children and families of Pamlico County. We strive to bring together the whole community, including parents, teachers, and child care providers to create positive change for our children. It is said that “it takes a village!” Our efforts are to bring the Pamlico County Village together for positive outcomes. Several programs are well known among young families. First, Partnership Playgroup is a fun group for children ages 0-3 and their caregivers. Children learn through play and socialize with other ch…
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