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Four members of North Carolina's congressional delegation earned an "F" grade for their votes on fiscal issues during the 2011 session of Congress, according to new rankings from the National Taxpayer Union, a limited-government advocacy group based in Washington, D.C.
Four members of North Carolina's congressional delegation earned an "F" grade for their votes on fiscal issues during the 2011 session of Congress, according to new rankings from the National Taxpayer Union, a limited-government advocacy group based in Washington, D.C.
 
"We are excited about the addition of such quality physicians as Dr. Robert McLaurin, Dr. Urvi Ghandi and Dr. Quoc Phan to our network of providers in Beaufort County," said Travis Douglass, executive vice president and director of Vidant Medical Group.
"We are excited about the addition of such quality physicians as Dr. Robert McLaurin, Dr. Urvi Ghandi and Dr. Quoc Phan to our network of providers in Beaufort County," said Travis Douglass, executive vice president and director of Vidant Medical Group.
 
These latest two announcements from the P.S. Jones Middle School, via the Beaufort County School System, reminds us that schools are a focal point of activity.
These latest two announcements from the P.S. Jones Middle School, via the Beaufort County School System, reminds us that schools are a focal point of activity.
 
If you really want to stir up a hornets' nest, go to a certain kind of modern-day conservative gathering and say, "I'm so glad that America is a democracy."
If you really want to stir up a hornets' nest, go to a certain kind of modern-day conservative gathering and say, "I'm so glad that America is a democracy."
 
It is only natural that political candidates like to characterize themselves as being something that appeals to the voters. Advertising companies make a lot of money defining products from tooth paste to politicians with a few innocent sounding, catchy words that stick in peoples minds.
It is only natural that political candidates like to characterize themselves as being something that appeals to the voters. Advertising companies make a lot of money defining products from tooth paste to politicians with a few innocent sounding, catchy words that stick in peoples minds.
 
The Obama Administration is attempting to circumvent Congress and federal law by granting an Executive Branch "amnesty" through a DHS policy change which could take effect as early as June.
The Obama Administration is attempting to circumvent Congress and federal law by granting an Executive Branch "amnesty" through a DHS policy change which could take effect as early as June.
 
Mr. Keith "Coniston" Cuthrell Sr., 87, a resident of 9545 N.C. Hwy. 99 N., Pantego, died Sunday April 15, 2012, at Ridgewood Nursing Center of Washington.
Mr. Keith "Coniston" Cuthrell Sr., 87, a resident of 9545 N.C. Hwy. 99 N., Pantego, died Sunday April 15, 2012, at Ridgewood Nursing Center of Washington.
 
Mrs. Myrtle Ruth Carrow Boyd, 92, a resident of 6586 Leary Mills Road, Chocowinity, died Sunday, April 15, 2012, at Vidant Inpatient Hospice of Greenville.
Mrs. Myrtle Ruth Carrow Boyd, 92, a resident of 6586 Leary Mills Road, Chocowinity, died Sunday, April 15, 2012, at Vidant Inpatient Hospice of Greenville.
 
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