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As the North Carolina House and Senate work out their differences over a 2012-13 spending plan, it's not too early to be thinking about what the state's fiscal policy choices will be in 2013.
As the North Carolina House and Senate work out their differences over a 2012-13 spending plan, it's not too early to be thinking about what the state's fiscal policy choices will be in 2013.
 
Beaufort County Community College announces its registration schedule for Fall Semester which is scheduled to begin Wednesday, August 15, 2012.
Beaufort County Community College announces its registration schedule for Fall Semester which is scheduled to begin Wednesday, August 15, 2012.
 
Does that sound like federal policies of the last decade that in large part gave rise to the housing bubble, the bursting of which prompted our economy to spiral into the "Great Recession"?
Does that sound like federal policies of the last decade that in large part gave rise to the housing bubble, the bursting of which prompted our economy to spiral into the "Great Recession"?
 
The Senate budget directs NC DOT to tax ALL ferries, including the Currituck-Knots Island ferry and the Hatteras to Ocracoke ferry. It directs DOT to ignore Governor's Perdue moratorium and begin to collect the ferry taxes, effective July 1, 2012.
The Senate budget directs NC DOT to tax ALL ferries, including the Currituck-Knots Island ferry and the Hatteras to Ocracoke ferry. It directs DOT to ignore Governor's Perdue moratorium and begin to collect the ferry taxes, effective July 1, 2012.
 
Developmentally disabled North Carolinians could slip through the cracks as mental health services across the state transition into a new health care delivery system.
Developmentally disabled North Carolinians could slip through the cracks as mental health services across the state transition into a new health care delivery system.
 
Some of the Democrats in the General Assembly have already begun The Whine about the "devastating cuts" Republicans are making to the UNC system. That's foolishness. They should, in fact, be much more substantial.
Some of the Democrats in the General Assembly have already begun The Whine about the "devastating cuts" Republicans are making to the UNC system. That's foolishness. They should, in fact, be much more substantial.
 
This past Saturday evening, lots of community supporters turned out for the first Angels N Camo Summertime Turkey Shoot held at Bunyan Vol. Fire Dept.
This past Saturday evening, lots of community supporters turned out for the first Angels N Camo Summertime Turkey Shoot held at Bunyan Vol. Fire Dept.
 
If North Carolina were a separate country, its economy would be one of the weakest in the developed world based on average employment rates, and its tax climate for economic growth would be nothing short of "horrendous."
If North Carolina were a separate country, its economy would be one of the weakest in the developed world based on average employment rates, and its tax climate for economic growth would be nothing short of "horrendous."
 
I'm writing this article to urge fellow North Carolinians to continue their support of the Voter ID bill (H.R.351) and to oppose any efforts by the Republican leadership in the NC General Assembly to compromise or water down the protections of the bill in any way, shape, or form.
I'm writing this article to urge fellow North Carolinians to continue their support of the Voter ID bill (H.R.351) and to oppose any efforts by the Republican leadership in the NC General Assembly to compromise or water down the protections of the bill in any way, shape, or form.
 
It began with the question "What if two NC Senators and a NC Representative came to our County and picked the candidate to run for the Senate seat that represents you, the voters of Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico Counties?"
It began with the question "What if two NC Senators and a NC Representative came to our County and picked the candidate to run for the Senate seat that represents you, the voters of Carteret, Craven, and Pamlico Counties?"
 
Gov. Bev Perdue wants to "tax the heck" out of sweepstakes business across North Carolina as a means of providing more funding for education.
Gov. Bev Perdue wants to "tax the heck" out of sweepstakes business across North Carolina as a means of providing more funding for education.
 
The Beaufort County and City of Washington taxpayers were treated to another prime example last week of why we have such a mess with the Economic Development Commission (EDC) in Beaufort County.
The Beaufort County and City of Washington taxpayers were treated to another prime example last week of why we have such a mess with the Economic Development Commission (EDC) in Beaufort County.
 
North Carolina's overall economic situation has seen consistent decline over the last several decades. Small towns and big cities around the state have seen businesses large and small leave the state for more profitable lands or go completely out of business.
North Carolina's overall economic situation has seen consistent decline over the last several decades. Small towns and big cities around the state have seen businesses large and small leave the state for more profitable lands or go completely out of business.
 
Nearly 70 years have passed since economist F.A. Hayek warned the Western world in his book The Road to Serfdom about the dangers of moving toward bigger, more intrusive government.
Nearly 70 years have passed since economist F.A. Hayek warned the Western world in his book The Road to Serfdom about the dangers of moving toward bigger, more intrusive government.
 
Bill was born in Raleigh, NC on June 27, 1929, the son of H. McKay and Uva Mathews Pleasants of Raleigh, NC.
Bill was born in Raleigh, NC on June 27, 1929, the son of H. McKay and Uva Mathews Pleasants of Raleigh, NC.
 
Linwood Wilson Stokesberry Sr., 64, a resident of 328 1/2 E. 10th St., Washington, died Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Linwood Wilson Stokesberry Sr., 64, a resident of 328 1/2 E. 10th St., Washington, died Saturday, June 9, 2012, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
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