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In 2011 North Carolina lawmakers passed a two-year state budget which legislators are reviewing this year. The current budget has built in increases of roughly a quarter billion dollars for the second year, and decisions were made based on revenue forecasts at that time.
In 2011 North Carolina lawmakers passed a two-year state budget which legislators are reviewing this year. The current budget has built in increases of roughly a quarter billion dollars for the second year, and decisions were made based on revenue forecasts at that time.
 
These latest announcements from some of the the schools from the Northside of the Pamlico River, via the Beaufort County School System, reminds us that schools are a focal point of activity.
These latest announcements from some of the the schools from the Northside of the Pamlico River, via the Beaufort County School System, reminds us that schools are a focal point of activity.
 
Rep. Bill Cook is one of the sponsors of HB 241. The bill is currently in the Judiciary Subcommittee A. It needs to be passed and we would urge our readers who support the Second Amendment to let Rep. Cook know you support him and then seek the support of any other legislators you may know.
Rep. Bill Cook is one of the sponsors of HB 241. The bill is currently in the Judiciary Subcommittee A. It needs to be passed and we would urge our readers who support the Second Amendment to let Rep. Cook know you support him and then seek the support of any other legislators you may know.
 
Red-shirted property owners flooded the General Assembly yesterday, as they did about a year ago, to put pressure on lawmakers voting on historic annexation reform.
Red-shirted property owners flooded the General Assembly yesterday, as they did about a year ago, to put pressure on lawmakers voting on historic annexation reform.
 
It's budget time. Every year about this time all local governments go through a song and dance routine developing their budgets for the next year that begins on July 1
It's budget time. Every year about this time all local governments go through a song and dance routine developing their budgets for the next year that begins on July 1
 
Lt. Col. Quentin Hunter, 64, a resident of 851 Island Dr., Chocowinity, N.C., died Wednesday May 23, 2012, at his home.
Lt. Col. Quentin Hunter, 64, a resident of 851 Island Dr., Chocowinity, N.C., died Wednesday May 23, 2012, at his home.
 
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