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Susan Tankard's second grade class at Bath Elementary School, shows acts of kindness to the animals of Beaufort County. They set a goal to collect...
Susan Tankard's second grade class at Bath Elementary School, shows acts of kindness to the animals of Beaufort County. They set a goal to collect...
 
Last week representatives from Beaufort County including Commissioners Ed Booth, and Hood Richardson, County Manager Randell Woodruff, Lobbyist/Consultant Joe McClees met with Mr. Frank DiGiovanni of the Department of Defense Clearinghouse in Washington, DC.
Last week representatives from Beaufort County including Commissioners Ed Booth, and Hood Richardson, County Manager Randell Woodruff, Lobbyist/Consultant Joe McClees met with Mr. Frank DiGiovanni of the Department of Defense Clearinghouse in Washington, DC.
 
With "consistent support from the [GOP] caucus," the House Health and Human Services Committee will take up a Senate-passed bill today to reject two provisions under the federal Affordable Care Act...
With "consistent support from the [GOP] caucus," the House Health and Human Services Committee will take up a Senate-passed bill today to reject two provisions under the federal Affordable Care Act...
 
Today, Governor McCrory released the following statement on North Carolina's implementation of the Affordable Care Act in the lead up to the February 15th deadline set by the federal government.
Today, Governor McCrory released the following statement on North Carolina's implementation of the Affordable Care Act in the lead up to the February 15th deadline set by the federal government.
 
Federal programs to fight the Great Depression brought almost $440 million by 1938 to North Carolina. Conservative Democrats who had fought the reforms in the state, nonetheless, eagerly accepted the largesse from Washington, D.C.
Federal programs to fight the Great Depression brought almost $440 million by 1938 to North Carolina. Conservative Democrats who had fought the reforms in the state, nonetheless, eagerly accepted the largesse from Washington, D.C.
 
Mrs. Juanita Maddox Noltemeier, age 90, a longtime resident of Washington, NC, passed away peacefully with her daughter by her side on Monday, February 4, 2013 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice in Greenville.
Mrs. Juanita Maddox Noltemeier, age 90, a longtime resident of Washington, NC, passed away peacefully with her daughter by her side on Monday, February 4, 2013 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice in Greenville.
 
John McCoy, a resident of 308 Simmons St., Washington, died Monday, February 11, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
John McCoy, a resident of 308 Simmons St., Washington, died Monday, February 11, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
Mrs. Carolyn "Sarabeth" Sellers Latham, age 85, a resident of Chocowinity and a former resident of Leland, NC, died Sunday, February 10, 2013, at the home of her daughter Suzanne Whichard, 513 Bay Lake Street, Chocowinity, NC.
Mrs. Carolyn "Sarabeth" Sellers Latham, age 85, a resident of Chocowinity and a former resident of Leland, NC, died Sunday, February 10, 2013, at the home of her daughter Suzanne Whichard, 513 Bay Lake Street, Chocowinity, NC.
 
Dr. Anthony C. Breuer, affiliate professor of neurology in the Brody School of Medicine and a neurologist at East Carolina Neurology, is showcasing his collection of acrylic and oil paintings at the Art as Avocation exhibit Jan. 29 through March 12 at Laupus Library.
Dr. Anthony C. Breuer, affiliate professor of neurology in the Brody School of Medicine and a neurologist at East Carolina Neurology, is showcasing his collection of acrylic and oil paintings at the Art as Avocation exhibit Jan. 29 through March 12 at Laupus Library.
 
The state of North Carolina's Customized Training Program (CTP), run by the state's community colleges, has come under fire lately, and with good reason. The program is--at least in part--a wasteful way to promote economic development in the...
The state of North Carolina's Customized Training Program (CTP), run by the state's community colleges, has come under fire lately, and with good reason. The program is--at least in part--a wasteful way to promote economic development in the...
 
The Republicans were actually trying to save the Social Security system which is at risk of failing in the next decade.
The Republicans were actually trying to save the Social Security system which is at risk of failing in the next decade.
 
A continued look at the media stooges within North Carolina is always appropriate.
A continued look at the media stooges within North Carolina is always appropriate.
 
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