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Not long ago, a blogger wrote: "Recently, my Biology teacher threw a bible across the classroom! Not that I am a Christian, but that's not how you treat other people's religion.
Not long ago, a blogger wrote: "Recently, my Biology teacher threw a bible across the classroom! Not that I am a Christian, but that's not how you treat other people's religion.
 
If current trends continue, the official unemployment rate may have fallen into the single-digits, but few North Carolinians will feel ebullient about the economy.
If current trends continue, the official unemployment rate may have fallen into the single-digits, but few North Carolinians will feel ebullient about the economy.
 
Monday night (3-19-12) was a very special occasion. "An evening with Tommy Thompson". In fact it was so special that he was the only one on the program.
Monday night (3-19-12) was a very special occasion. "An evening with Tommy Thompson". In fact it was so special that he was the only one on the program.
 
North Carolina sheriffs worry that President Obama's proposed 2013 budget would defund an effective initiative to combat illegal immigration while expanding another program some critics blast as more like amnesty than enforcement.
North Carolina sheriffs worry that President Obama's proposed 2013 budget would defund an effective initiative to combat illegal immigration while expanding another program some critics blast as more like amnesty than enforcement.
 
he session was essentially divisible into two parts. The first was a more or less roundtable discussion of "what do you see the needs to be" and the second part was a presentation by Todd Davis with Mosley Architects.
he session was essentially divisible into two parts. The first was a more or less roundtable discussion of "what do you see the needs to be" and the second part was a presentation by Todd Davis with Mosley Architects.
 
State and local government in North Carolina is a massive enterprise that spends tens of billions of tax dollars a year and employs hundreds of thousands of people, either directly as public employees or indirectly as vendors or contractors.
State and local government in North Carolina is a massive enterprise that spends tens of billions of tax dollars a year and employs hundreds of thousands of people, either directly as public employees or indirectly as vendors or contractors.
 
Mr. Byron Woodward Franklin, 90, a resident of Bath, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012.
Mr. Byron Woodward Franklin, 90, a resident of Bath, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012.
 
Kay Frances Sutton Barbour, 74, a resident of 511 Turkey Trot 1 Road, Washington, died Tuesday, March 20, 2012, at her home.
Kay Frances Sutton Barbour, 74, a resident of 511 Turkey Trot 1 Road, Washington, died Tuesday, March 20, 2012, at her home.
 
Mr. Leonard Lee Liverman, 78, a resident of 193 Foreman Lane, Belhaven, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at his home.
Mr. Leonard Lee Liverman, 78, a resident of 193 Foreman Lane, Belhaven, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at his home.
 
Mrs. Hazel Sadler Worthman, 96, a resident of 120 Farm Lane, Washington, died Tuesday, March 20, 2012, at her home.
Mrs. Hazel Sadler Worthman, 96, a resident of 120 Farm Lane, Washington, died Tuesday, March 20, 2012, at her home.
 
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