Monthly Archives: December 2020

Motorcycle Club donates to local disabled veterans

BAYBORO – The Iron Horsemen Motorcycle Club recently donated $520 to Pamlico County Chapter 93 of the Disabled American Veterans. Raised Dec. 12 during the Club’s Second Annual Ride, these funds paid for Christmas Meals received by Veterans and the widows of Veterans. In the photo above, from left, club members Magoo, Bam-Bam, and Mud Flap (kneeling) present a check to Larry Summers, Commander of the Pamlico DAV. Approximately 50 holiday meal packages were put together, according to Summers. Remaining funds go toward operating expenses for the popular DAV van, which transports local vet…

FRAUD WINS! Pandemic comes in 2nd

By Steven Rader SPECIAL TO THE COUNTY COMPASS (Impeachment finishes distant 3rd) By Steven Rader Editor’s note: Steven Rader is a former General Counsel of the North Carolina Republican Party. He has been accredited as an international election observer in nine elections in eastern Europe. Here, Rader examines 2020’s top story! BALLOT BOX – First, let’s take a look back to the year 2016. One of our democratic NATO allies had just held an extremely close presidential election. The narrow loser in that election challenged the results to the country’s courts, citing irregularities on…

SHAME on AMERICA Election fraud occurred. Supreme Court agrees to review.

Try finding this story on most of national news media!? By Jeff Aydelette | News Analysis WASHINGTON, DC – I am old enough to have watched the Twilight Zone when it was a first-run TV show. Every episode was great. I remember one in particular. The famous actor Burgess Meredith portrayed a book-loving introvert. The plot called for him to have somehow survived a nuclear war, yet he had plenty of food, water, and provisions. The final shot showed him sitting on the steps of a large library surrounded by books that he could now enjoy – presumably forever! Then, he picked up his reading glasses – SMASHE…

Oyster farm raided Reward of $3,000 offered

BAY RIVER – Todd Willis, owner of Bay River Oyster Co., wants to know who stole a large amount of young, under-size oysters, just before 8pm on the evening of Saturday, Nov. 21. He will pay $3,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whomever is involved. Call Willis at (252) 745-0708.…

Chinese ship fined $12 million for pollution

Crew member tips off Morehead City port MOREHEAD CITY – Pacific Carriers Limited, a Singapore-based company that owns subsidiaries engaged in international shipping, was sentenced this week in federal court before U.S. District Court Judge Louise Flanagan in New Bern. The company pleaded guilty to violations of the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships, Obstruction of Justice, and for a Failure to Notify the U.S. Coast Guard of a Hazardous Condition on the Motor Vessel Pac Antares. The eight felony offenses occurred across three federal judicial districts – the Eastern District of North C…

Build It . . . They Will Come!

VANDEMERE – Open since August 2016, Vandemere Waterfront Park experienced its busiest day ever on the Saturday after Thanksgiving! According to town manager Tom Woodruff, the park can accommodate 35 boat trailer parking spaces. Almost every weekend since April, the popular ramp leading to Bay River has consistently approached, or exceeded, its limit! “Each year we have noticed an increase in traffic from the prior year,” explained Woodruff, during a brief interview. “This past Saturday, at 9am, we had 39 trailers over our capacity! The weather wasn’t as nice on Sunday, but we were still o…
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