Breaking News: Joe Edge Former G.W. Carver Alumni President and Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education Member Has Expired

Several sources have contacted The DCN to make me aware that Joe Edge has expired. Sources say the family was called in and he wasn’t expected to live through last night. Joe expired around 1 hour ago.

Please keep the Edge family in your prayers.

Board resumes meeting – Daily Southerner

TARBORO — PRINCEVILLE — The Town of Princeville’s monthly meeting, recessed Monday night because of a conflict between Commissioner Gwen Knight and Interim Town Manager Maggie Boyd, resumed Thursday with the mayor explaining why the meeting was suspended. (More)

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Breaking News: Ignant Column: Ignantville NC Oh Mean Princeville NC – From The Princeville 3 To The Princeville 3 D.A.’s And “Now So Moved!”, “I’ll 2nd That!”, “I’ll Break The Tie!” LMDBAO!! 

Princeville Town Meetings

Former Knicks star Jackson’s nude pix leave him in big fix – New York Post

Response: I just don’t get it. Why? Black men why do you get caught up in sexual affairs that will eventually come to the light and embarrass your wife, children and friends and in this case the team?

The feds busted a stripper charged with extorting former Knick star Mark Jackson by threatening to go public with nude photos of the married and religious hoops figure after their steamy affair, court records have revealed. (More)

ECPS fires 16 for no license – Daily Southerner

TARBORO — Edgecombe County Public Schools (ECPS) recently terminated 16 employees because they failed to obtain licenses to drive buses.

According to a ECPS Communications & Community Relations Coordinator Lauren Edmondson, a district policy requires teacher’s assistants, custodians and food services employees to become certified bus drivers. Apparently 16 of them did not meet the requirement in a timely manner. (More)

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Katrina Rich Named New Principal At The Edgecombe County Early College And See ECPS Resignations, Transfers/Assignment Changes, Dismissals, Reduction In Force, New Hires And Other 

Video – Edgecombe County Public Schools Board Addresses Policy 5533 Drive A School Bus During June Monthly Meeting

Breaking News: Ignant Column: Ignantville NC Oh Mean Princeville NC – From The Princeville 3 To The Princeville 3 D.A.’s And “Now So Moved!”, “I’ll 2nd That!”, “I’ll Break The Tie!” LMDBAO!!

Please click on See related at the bottom of page to get a better understanding of what is going on in “Ignantville” oh I mean Princeville.

Still SMDH! – I am still shaking my damn head after attending the Princeville Town Hall meeting today that continued from recess on Monday night June 25, 2012.

After today I have renamed the Princeville 3 again. On Monday evening I named them the Princeville 3 D.A.’s. Hell yeah I said it, “Dumb Asses.” Commissioners Isabelle Purvis-Andrews name is now “So Moved!” and Calvin Sherrod is “I’ll 2nd That!” The Mayor Priscilla Everette-Oates new name is “I’ll Break The Tie!” Since Commissioners Ann Howell and Gwendolyn Knight says they have not been made aware of the items on the agenda they voted against the agenda and everything that was presented. “I’ll Break The Tie!” is not a voting member unless the votes are a tie and that is and has been the norm during nearly all meetings so she gets to vote on a regular basis.

The attendance at the Monday meeting and tonight’s meeting is at an all time low. It appears that “I’ll Break The Tie!,” “So Moved!” and “I’ll 2nd That!” followers were not at the meetings however it was 2 – 3 people at the meeting on Monday and 1 – 2 at the meeting tonight that I don’t know where they stand.

Well I will tell you where I stand. I don’t make the news, I just report it however I wish I lived in Princeville so I could help make news. I am concerned with the process of carrying out the meetings and not into who is who. If and when I see Commissioners Ann Howell and Gwendolyn Knight get ignant then I will call them out also.

I do want to say that I believe that not only is Boyd intimidated by Knight but “I’ll Break The Tie!,” “So Moved!” and “I’ll 2nd That!” is also because Knight don’t understand her role per them. She is suppose to come to the meeting, sit down and shut up and don’t ask any questions.

I really don’t understand the order to a certain degree because how can Knight effectively represent the citizens if she can’t ask Boyd questions about the town operating budget and etc. I believe that is not fair to Knight nor the citizens of Princeville. You see Knight ask too many questions and not only that all of the wrong questions because they don’t want them answered. They want the citizens of Princeville in the dark and that is right where they are.

Don’t just take my word watch the video for yourself. Hell I am going to tell my story but the video tell it better than I because as much as some folks want to make you think that videos lie, I stop by to tell you if you believe that you must live in Ignantville NC.

Now is the time to sit back and enjoy the ride. Watch the video starring, “I’ll Break The Tie!,” “So Moved!” and “I’ll 2nd That!”

Click on picture to view pictures.


Click on the picture to watch video. (50 mins. total meeting time but it is shown twice.)
In this picture: Maggie Boyd Interim Town Manager, Mayor “I’ll Break The Tie!,” Commissioners “So Moved!” and “I’ll 2nd That!”


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Breaking News: Ignant Column: Princeville NC – The Princeville 3 Are Now The Princeville 3 D.A.’s After The Meeting Tonight! The Meeting That Was Never Held! 

Princeville Town Meetings

Lawmakers split along party lines on health care ruling – Rocky Mount Telegram

Lawmakers representing the Twin Counties reacted along party lines Thursday to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the national health care reform law.

The court’s 5-4 ruling upheld the constitutionality of President Barack Obama’s health care law, including the hotly disputed individual mandate that requires virtually all Americans to purchase health insurance or pay a fine. (More)

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What the Supreme Court’s ruling means for your health care

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Thursday, June 28, 2012


What the Supreme Court’s ruling means for your health care

Today, the Supreme Court issued a historic ruling: They upheld the Affordable Care Act and ensured that millions of American families will have access to health care and protection from the worst abuses of the insurance industry.

Lots of people have questions about the Affordable Care Act, the Supreme Court’s decision, and their health care coverage. We’ve pulled together the most useful information — including President Obama’s remarks after the announcement — at

Watch the video and get the facts here.

Because the law has an impact on so many Americans, it’s important to understand its basic parts. We’ve also put together a list of facts about the Affordable Care Act. Will you give it a read, and then pass it on?

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