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Media reports indicate that a Lexington, NC -based corporation may have defrauded as many as TWO MILLION PEOPLE with an alleged Ponzi scheme.
Media reports indicate that a Lexington, NC -based corporation may have defrauded as many as TWO MILLION PEOPLE with an alleged Ponzi scheme.
 
Please join us for dinner and silent auction to support my husband, Donald Dixon, for Beaufort Co. Commissioner.
Please join us for dinner and silent auction to support my husband, Donald Dixon, for Beaufort Co. Commissioner.
 
You should also be aware that major controversy has developed at the convention over proposed rule changes which would take control over much of the nomination process away from the state and local parties and put it in the hands of the national leadership.
You should also be aware that major controversy has developed at the convention over proposed rule changes which would take control over much of the nomination process away from the state and local parties and put it in the hands of the national leadership.
 
Roscoe Wilson, formerly of 773 King St., Belhaven, died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, at Ridgewood Manor Nursing Home, Washington.
Roscoe Wilson, formerly of 773 King St., Belhaven, died Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012, at Ridgewood Manor Nursing Home, Washington.
 
A federal judge said a Charlotte-area man advocating a Paleolithic or "caveman" diet on his blog is "unlikely to succeed" in his claim that the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition has violated his freedom of speech.
A federal judge said a Charlotte-area man advocating a Paleolithic or "caveman" diet on his blog is "unlikely to succeed" in his claim that the North Carolina Board of Dietetics/Nutrition has violated his freedom of speech.
 
Many years ago when the TV Guide was the size of a thin paperback, I recall seeing an ad promoting an upcoming documentary. The full page ad showed a picture of a black man and the ad asked "What do you see - a man or a black man?"
Many years ago when the TV Guide was the size of a thin paperback, I recall seeing an ad promoting an upcoming documentary. The full page ad showed a picture of a black man and the ad asked "What do you see - a man or a black man?"
 
When Jean Monnet and Paul-Henri Spaak conceived of the European Economic Community in the mid-1950s, they may not have wanted a European superstate.
When Jean Monnet and Paul-Henri Spaak conceived of the European Economic Community in the mid-1950s, they may not have wanted a European superstate.
 
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