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Today in Asheboro, Governor Pat McCrory signed his first bill into law since taking office.
 
North Carolina's lackluster economy is the top political issue. Voters who pay scant attention to legislative sessions and partisan dust-ups in Raleigh view state leaders primarily through the economic lens.
North Carolina's lackluster economy is the top political issue. Voters who pay scant attention to legislative sessions and partisan dust-ups in Raleigh view state leaders primarily through the economic lens.
 
Now, nearly twenty months later, the county faces a major lawsuit over the incident, and may be involved in yet another one in the coming months according to reliable sources familiar with the case.
Now, nearly twenty months later, the county faces a major lawsuit over the incident, and may be involved in yet another one in the coming months according to reliable sources familiar with the case.
 
The Hospitality and Food Management (HFM) program utilizes student-centered pedagogy that is derived from research and experientially executed. Theory formation and testing is executed in...
The Hospitality and Food Management (HFM) program utilizes student-centered pedagogy that is derived from research and experientially executed. Theory formation and testing is executed in...
 
Interest is coalescing around legislation that would repeal a law forcing energy companies to buy increasingly larger volumes of costly, tax-subsidized, renewable energy. Rep. Mike Hager, R-Rutherford, is drafting language for a bill as Gov. Pat McCrory pushes for offshore...
Interest is coalescing around legislation that would repeal a law forcing energy companies to buy increasingly larger volumes of costly, tax-subsidized, renewable energy. Rep. Mike Hager, R-Rutherford, is drafting language for a bill as Gov. Pat McCrory pushes for offshore...
 
Freshman Representative Paul Tine (D) offered amendments on two controversial bills over the past two weeks.
Freshman Representative Paul Tine (D) offered amendments on two controversial bills over the past two weeks.
 
Bragg, a West Point graduate, was an army full general during the American Civil War. Image courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.
Bragg, a West Point graduate, was an army full general during the American Civil War. Image courtesy of the North Carolina Office of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.
 
Nothing bristles dedicated conservatives like the word 'amnesty' tossed around while Congress debates immigration reform.
Nothing bristles dedicated conservatives like the word 'amnesty' tossed around while Congress debates immigration reform.
 
Mr. Thomas Wells Whitley, age 79, a resident of 283 Swan Point Drive, Washington, NC, died Saturday, February 16, 2013 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital of Washington, NC.
Mr. Thomas Wells Whitley, age 79, a resident of 283 Swan Point Drive, Washington, NC, died Saturday, February 16, 2013 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital of Washington, NC.
 
Mrs. Grace Gibbs Allen, age 88, a former resident of Roper, died Saturday, February16, 2013 at Roanoke Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Williamston.
Mrs. Grace Gibbs Allen, age 88, a former resident of Roper, died Saturday, February16, 2013 at Roanoke Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Williamston.
 
Often referred to as the "Blue Goose" because of the special colors it had been painted, it had become a "bad joke" and a financial black mark for Beaufort County.
Often referred to as the "Blue Goose" because of the special colors it had been painted, it had become a "bad joke" and a financial black mark for Beaufort County.
 
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