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The Barefoot Movement returned to the region to play Greenville's Concert in the Park, Sunday, July 29, 2012, and it was a rousing success.
The Barefoot Movement returned to the region to play Greenville's Concert in the Park, Sunday, July 29, 2012, and it was a rousing success.
 
It would be nice to have someone with a (R) next to their name residing in that big pretty house on Blount Street. But what if that person with the (R) next to their name is not really all that big of a fan of limited government?
It would be nice to have someone with a (R) next to their name residing in that big pretty house on Blount Street. But what if that person with the (R) next to their name is not really all that big of a fan of limited government?
 
Hood reports his knowledge of what county business transpired during the August 6, 2012 general meeting.
Hood reports his knowledge of what county business transpired during the August 6, 2012 general meeting.
 
North Carolina's state income tax penalizes people's income-generating activities by reducing the rewards to work, saving, investment, and entrepreneurship.
North Carolina's state income tax penalizes people's income-generating activities by reducing the rewards to work, saving, investment, and entrepreneurship.
 
When the Korans were accidently burned, President Obama profusely apologized to the Muslims. However, I have yet to hear an apology from the Muslims for the death of hundreds of Christians in the past year.
When the Korans were accidently burned, President Obama profusely apologized to the Muslims. However, I have yet to hear an apology from the Muslims for the death of hundreds of Christians in the past year.
 
The court ruled that a trial judge may close some court proceedings from the public. Before doing so, however, the judge must provide a detailed factual record justifying his decision that there was an overriding interest in shielding information from the public from testimony provided under oath.
The court ruled that a trial judge may close some court proceedings from the public. Before doing so, however, the judge must provide a detailed factual record justifying his decision that there was an overriding interest in shielding information from the public from testimony provided under oath.
 
State, county and local officials watch as Russell Smith, chairman of the BCCC Board of Trustees, and BCCC President Barbara Tansey cut the ribbon at the Grand Opening on Monday, Aug. 13, of the new allied health and nursing building on the BCCC campus.
State, county and local officials watch as Russell Smith, chairman of the BCCC Board of Trustees, and BCCC President Barbara Tansey cut the ribbon at the Grand Opening on Monday, Aug. 13, of the new allied health and nursing building on the BCCC campus.
 
The term "third rail," in the context of politics, refers to a policy one cannot touch for fear that he will suffer career electrocution. The analogy stems from the hazardous third rail that powers some train systems.
The term "third rail," in the context of politics, refers to a policy one cannot touch for fear that he will suffer career electrocution. The analogy stems from the hazardous third rail that powers some train systems.
 
Mrs. Bessie Mae Lane Temple, age 92, a resident of the Cypress Glen Retirement Community, died Sunday, August 12, 2012
Mrs. Bessie Mae Lane Temple, age 92, a resident of the Cypress Glen Retirement Community, died Sunday, August 12, 2012
 
Mr. Richard R. Riepe, a resident of Washington, NC, died Saturday, August 11, 2012, at River Trace Nursing & Rehabilitation Center of Washington, NC
Mr. Richard R. Riepe, a resident of Washington, NC, died Saturday, August 11, 2012, at River Trace Nursing & Rehabilitation Center of Washington, NC
 
Alfred Hemby, 86, a resident of Cross Creek Health Care Center, Swan Quarter, and formerly of Belhaven, died Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012
Alfred Hemby, 86, a resident of Cross Creek Health Care Center, Swan Quarter, and formerly of Belhaven, died Sunday, Aug. 12, 2012
 
William John Grimes Sr., 67, a resident of 477 Railroad St., Aurora, died Wednesday, August 8, 2012, at his residence
William John Grimes Sr., 67, a resident of 477 Railroad St., Aurora, died Wednesday, August 8, 2012, at his residence
 
Mr. Roy Lee Crisp, Jr., age 80, a resident of 55 Jones Circle, Chocowinity, NC died Friday, August 10, 2012, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital in Washington, NC
Mr. Roy Lee Crisp, Jr., age 80, a resident of 55 Jones Circle, Chocowinity, NC died Friday, August 10, 2012, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital in Washington, NC
 
The Director of the FBI called him in one day and told him he was assigning him to clean up the politics of the most corrupt state in the nation. The agent immediately assumed he was being sent to Chicago. He was shocked when the Director told him his new assignment would be in North Carolina.
The Director of the FBI called him in one day and told him he was assigning him to clean up the politics of the most corrupt state in the nation. The agent immediately assumed he was being sent to Chicago. He was shocked when the Director told him his new assignment would be in North Carolina.
 
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