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The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College offers two new classes.
The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College offers two new classes.
 
Replacing North Carolina's existing income, corporate, sales, and estate taxes with a new consumed-income tax dubbed the USA Tax could generate 80,500 new jobs in the first year, while boosting the state's economy by $11.76 billion.
Replacing North Carolina's existing income, corporate, sales, and estate taxes with a new consumed-income tax dubbed the USA Tax could generate 80,500 new jobs in the first year, while boosting the state's economy by $11.76 billion.
 
A center for research in coastal development and natural resources was dedicated and officially opened Jan. 15, kicking off a series of community outreach events continuing through the spring.
A center for research in coastal development and natural resources was dedicated and officially opened Jan. 15, kicking off a series of community outreach events continuing through the spring.
 
On January 17, 2013, Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Drug Unit served arrest warrants on Charles Pierce, 33 years of age, of 1049 Carrow Road in Chocowinity.
On January 17, 2013, Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office Drug Unit served arrest warrants on Charles Pierce, 33 years of age, of 1049 Carrow Road in Chocowinity.
 
With respect to our legislators the current talk of a tax reform plan makes about as much sense as hopping in a car and striking out to California without a GPS or road map.
With respect to our legislators the current talk of a tax reform plan makes about as much sense as hopping in a car and striking out to California without a GPS or road map.
 
The government's case in the Tayloe Pharmacy drug bust appears to be unraveling. Charges against Lori Melton and Anna Moore were dismissed yesterday (1-23-13) in Federal Eastern District Court in Elizabeth City by Judge Terrence Boyle.
The government's case in the Tayloe Pharmacy drug bust appears to be unraveling. Charges against Lori Melton and Anna Moore were dismissed yesterday (1-23-13) in Federal Eastern District Court in Elizabeth City by Judge Terrence Boyle.
 
Declaring a state of emergency in Graham, Jackson and Swain counties and areas within the Qualla Boundary of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee as a result of a landslide obstructing both directions on U.S. Highway 441 beginning on January 15, 2013.
Declaring a state of emergency in Graham, Jackson and Swain counties and areas within the Qualla Boundary of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee as a result of a landslide obstructing both directions on U.S. Highway 441 beginning on January 15, 2013.
 
In 1948, the University of Chicago Press published one of the foundational texts of the modern conservative movement: Ideas Have Consequences.
In 1948, the University of Chicago Press published one of the foundational texts of the modern conservative movement: Ideas Have Consequences.
 
The City of Washington will meet Monday, January 28, 2013, as the "Committee of the Whole," to discuss issues in closed session. One issue, in particular, will be to discuss the acquisition of the Turnage Theater in downtown Washington, North Carolina.
The City of Washington will meet Monday, January 28, 2013, as the "Committee of the Whole," to discuss issues in closed session. One issue, in particular, will be to discuss the acquisition of the Turnage Theater in downtown Washington, North Carolina.
 
Low-information America and its enablers in the mainstream media are in a snit over Phil Mickelson's complaint about the amount of taxes he is being forced to pay as a U.S. citizen and a native-born resident of California.
Low-information America and its enablers in the mainstream media are in a snit over Phil Mickelson's complaint about the amount of taxes he is being forced to pay as a U.S. citizen and a native-born resident of California.
 
A state audit has revealed that the N.C. Central University Law School's information technology and facilities director was given improper supplemental benefits to the tune of $59,271 during the last decade.
A state audit has revealed that the N.C. Central University Law School's information technology and facilities director was given improper supplemental benefits to the tune of $59,271 during the last decade.
 
Mrs. Sharon Elaine Cameron, 67, a resident of 537 Pirate Cove Road, Washington, died Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at her home.
Mrs. Sharon Elaine Cameron, 67, a resident of 537 Pirate Cove Road, Washington, died Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at her home.
 
Raydell Jordan, 87, a resident of Britthaven of New Bern, formerly of 5083 Bonnerton Road, Edward, died Saturday, January 19, 2013, at Carolina East Medical Center.
Raydell Jordan, 87, a resident of Britthaven of New Bern, formerly of 5083 Bonnerton Road, Edward, died Saturday, January 19, 2013, at Carolina East Medical Center.
 
Mr. Joseph Foster Massey, Jr., age 84, a resident of Pamlico Plantation, Washington, NC, and beloved husband of K. Jane Massey, died on Sunday, January 20, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Mr. Joseph Foster Massey, Jr., age 84, a resident of Pamlico Plantation, Washington, NC, and beloved husband of K. Jane Massey, died on Sunday, January 20, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
Richard E. Phelan, 80, of Pamlico Plantation, Washington, died Sunday, January 20, 2013, in Southlake, Texas.
Richard E. Phelan, 80, of Pamlico Plantation, Washington, died Sunday, January 20, 2013, in Southlake, Texas.
 
Anthony “Ant” Woolard, 46, a resident of 211 Belgian Lane, Washington, died Tuesday at his home.
Anthony “Ant” Woolard, 46, a resident of 211 Belgian Lane, Washington, died Tuesday at his home.
 
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