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It's time to weep for the children who lost their lives and the adults who gave theirs trying to save the children in Connecticut.
It's time to weep for the children who lost their lives and the adults who gave theirs trying to save the children in Connecticut.
 
Politicians in Raleigh and DC, aided and abetted by our oft-clueless media, are railing about how the only way to fix our economic mess is to get the 'guv-mint' MO' revenue.
Politicians in Raleigh and DC, aided and abetted by our oft-clueless media, are railing about how the only way to fix our economic mess is to get the 'guv-mint' MO' revenue.
 
Another Paint the Town Pink breast cancer awareness event and fundraiser is in the records books. This event, which is in its 4th year, raised over $8,000 for the Shepard Cancer Foundation which supports the Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center.
Another Paint the Town Pink breast cancer awareness event and fundraiser is in the records books. This event, which is in its 4th year, raised over $8,000 for the Shepard Cancer Foundation which supports the Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center.
 
On December 13, 2012 at approximately 11:52 a.m., the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a bomb threat at Southside High School in Chocowinity, NC.
On December 13, 2012 at approximately 11:52 a.m., the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a bomb threat at Southside High School in Chocowinity, NC.
 
Last week brought North Carolinians the intriguing news that, in the Associated Press' headline, "N.C. lawmakers to consider tougher laws on meth." That's intriguing because this year ushered in new, tougher laws on meth, and they were supposedly having great effect.
Last week brought North Carolinians the intriguing news that, in the Associated Press' headline, "N.C. lawmakers to consider tougher laws on meth." That's intriguing because this year ushered in new, tougher laws on meth, and they were supposedly having great effect.
 
Further announcements regarding additional appointments in the McCrory Administration will continue to be made in the weeks ahead leading up to the January 5th swearing-in ceremony.
Further announcements regarding additional appointments in the McCrory Administration will continue to be made in the weeks ahead leading up to the January 5th swearing-in ceremony.
 
As we begin 2013, we are in many respects returning to the political past in North Carolina. Not since Reconstruction has the Republican Party held control of our executive, legislative, top court and most of our counties. There are big changes and new faces ahead.
As we begin 2013, we are in many respects returning to the political past in North Carolina. Not since Reconstruction has the Republican Party held control of our executive, legislative, top court and most of our counties. There are big changes and new faces ahead.
 
For decades, rising college tuition rates have been almost as reliable a feature of American life as death and taxes. A substantial part of the increase has underwritten student aid, often in the form of merit scholarships.
For decades, rising college tuition rates have been almost as reliable a feature of American life as death and taxes. A substantial part of the increase has underwritten student aid, often in the form of merit scholarships.
 
Lt. Governor-elect Dan Forest will take the oath of office in a private ceremony in the Old Senate Chambers of the North Carolina Capitol Building at noon on January 7, 2013. He will be joined by his immediate family in the ceremony. The oath will be administered by NC Supreme Court Justice Paul New
Lt. Governor-elect Dan Forest will take the oath of office in a private ceremony in the Old Senate Chambers of the North Carolina Capitol Building at noon on January 7, 2013. He will be joined by his immediate family in the ceremony. The oath will be administered by NC Supreme Court Justice Paul New
 
Mr. Druie Daniel "Pat" Winstead, Jr., age 78, a resident of 1101 Pinecrest Road, Bath died Tuesday evening Dec. 18, 2012, at his home.
Mr. Druie Daniel "Pat" Winstead, Jr., age 78, a resident of 1101 Pinecrest Road, Bath died Tuesday evening Dec. 18, 2012, at his home.
 
Mrs. Ethel Martha Thornton a former resident of Washington died Wednesday in Cary
Mrs. Ethel Martha Thornton a former resident of Washington died Wednesday in Cary
 
As I listened to Henry Hinton's Talk of the Town local radio program on Tuesday (12-18-12), I was simply amazed and troubled at the ignorance depicted by the hosts and several of the callers.
As I listened to Henry Hinton's Talk of the Town local radio program on Tuesday (12-18-12), I was simply amazed and troubled at the ignorance depicted by the hosts and several of the callers.
 
Almeda Mercer Mozingo, 88, died Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Almeda Mercer Mozingo, 88, died Tuesday, December 18, 2012
 
Mr. Rapha Ray Felts, age 47, a resident of 103 Hamilton Street, Washington, died Tuesday Dec. 18, 2012 in Augusta, Ga.
Mr. Rapha Ray Felts, age 47, a resident of 103 Hamilton Street, Washington, died Tuesday Dec. 18, 2012 in Augusta, Ga.
 
Mr. Walter Sherman Cahoon, Sr., age 70, a resident of 34417 Highway 264 East, Belhaven, died Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, at Cross Creek Healthcare Center.
Mr. Walter Sherman Cahoon, Sr., age 70, a resident of 34417 Highway 264 East, Belhaven, died Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2012, at Cross Creek Healthcare Center.
 
Many modern-day Americans consider dueling to be a senseless act of violence, but for many Southerners and North Carolinian gentlemen, the act was many times a defense of honor.

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Many modern-day Americans consider dueling to be a senseless act of violence, but for many Southerners and North Carolinian gentlemen, the act was many times a defense of honor.
 
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