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Some call it Whole Foods, others "Whole Paycheck." And some folks just want to make it out of the parking lot in one piece ... with some measure of dignity still intact.
Some call it Whole Foods, others "Whole Paycheck." And some folks just want to make it out of the parking lot in one piece ... with some measure of dignity still intact.
 
The exposition of the hard edges of a bad time, in an otherwise thoughtful world, is the best of "Water for Elephants."
The exposition of the hard edges of a bad time, in an otherwise thoughtful world, is the best of "Water for Elephants."
 
Meanwhile, the EDC is a tax payer financed commission competing in land sales with its tax paying neighbors, and vainly trying to rent space in competition with other landlords while neglecting to write a single grant for three and one half years.
Meanwhile, the EDC is a tax payer financed commission competing in land sales with its tax paying neighbors, and vainly trying to rent space in competition with other landlords while neglecting to write a single grant for three and one half years.
 
Jeff Minges, president and CEO of the Minges Bottling Group, a Pepsi franchise bottling company, plans to award $250,000 to eight N.C. community colleges, including Beaufort County Community College over the next five years.
Jeff Minges, president and CEO of the Minges Bottling Group, a Pepsi franchise bottling company, plans to award $250,000 to eight N.C. community colleges, including Beaufort County Community College over the next five years.
 
Due to the tremendous response for the first couponing class, Beaufort County Community College will offer another session on Monday, August 8.
Due to the tremendous response for the first couponing class, Beaufort County Community College will offer another session on Monday, August 8.
 
Classes will begin July 12, 2011, for a new session of Beaufort County Community College's commercial truck driver training program, a 429 - hour course developed to help fill the need for truck drivers in the area while providing employment opportunities for area residents.
Classes will begin July 12, 2011, for a new session of Beaufort County Community College's commercial truck driver training program, a 429 - hour course developed to help fill the need for truck drivers in the area while providing employment opportunities for area residents.
 
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