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Entrepreneurs make things happen by filling a niche in the marketplace. Edward Stringham wants to fill a niche by creating more entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs make things happen by filling a niche in the marketplace. Edward Stringham wants to fill a niche by creating more entrepreneurs.
 
As we watched the Arab Spring roll violently across the Middle East engulfing country after country, the hope that a democracy was finally coming to the Arabic World was crushed by the reality of who the protesters were.
As we watched the Arab Spring roll violently across the Middle East engulfing country after country, the hope that a democracy was finally coming to the Arabic World was crushed by the reality of who the protesters were.
 
The closing arguments in North Carolina's initial Racial Justice Act (RJA) concluded a few weeks ago in Fayetteville, and the public will be waiting for another one or two months for the ruling.
The closing arguments in North Carolina's initial Racial Justice Act (RJA) concluded a few weeks ago in Fayetteville, and the public will be waiting for another one or two months for the ruling.
 
The Louisiana monks who faced time in the slammer for selling handmade wooden caskets to support themselves have won a victory in federal court against the protectionist Louisiana State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors.
The Louisiana monks who faced time in the slammer for selling handmade wooden caskets to support themselves have won a victory in federal court against the protectionist Louisiana State Board of Embalmers and Funeral Directors.
 
The Sheriff’s Office began an investigation, collected evidence, and conducted interviews. During the investigation, the stolen items were recovered from a local recycling company and returned to the victim.
The Sheriff’s Office began an investigation, collected evidence, and conducted interviews. During the investigation, the stolen items were recovered from a local recycling company and returned to the victim.
 
William Howard Paulson, 71, of Chocowinity, died Friday, November 23, 2012. Bill was born in Lawrence, MA on July 27, 1941, the son of the late Ruth and Henry Nason of West Boxford, MA.
William Howard Paulson, 71, of Chocowinity, died Friday, November 23, 2012. Bill was born in Lawrence, MA on July 27, 1941, the son of the late Ruth and Henry Nason of West Boxford, MA.
 
Wounded Warrior provides wounded veterans a base of hope through their philanthropic work for the most deserving of all Americans.
Wounded Warrior provides wounded veterans a base of hope through their philanthropic work for the most deserving of all Americans.
 
Representative Bill Cook (R-Beaufort) claimed victory in the State Senate District 1 race following today's district-wide recount.
Representative Bill Cook (R-Beaufort) claimed victory in the State Senate District 1 race following today's district-wide recount.
 
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