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James Rodriquez Miller, 29, a resident of 245 Stilley Town Road, Blounts Creek, died Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at his home.
James Rodriquez Miller, 29, a resident of 245 Stilley Town Road, Blounts Creek, died Tuesday, March 19, 2013, at his home.
 
Alva Howard Harris, 84, of 109 Jubilee Place, New Bern, died at his home on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s Disease.
Alva Howard Harris, 84, of 109 Jubilee Place, New Bern, died at his home on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, after a courageous battle with Parkinson’s Disease.
 
Hattie Brown Moore, 88, a resident of 43 Normandy, Apt. 1, Dorchester, Mass., and formerly of Washington, died Monday, March 18, 2013, at Beth Israel Medical Center, Boston, Mass.
Hattie Brown Moore, 88, a resident of 43 Normandy, Apt. 1, Dorchester, Mass., and formerly of Washington, died Monday, March 18, 2013, at Beth Israel Medical Center, Boston, Mass.
 
Edgar Cesar Rodriguez,Jr., infant son of Edgar Cesar Rodriguez and Nidia Miroslava Rodriguez of 180 Church Street in Fairfield, died Monday, March 18, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Edgar Cesar Rodriguez,Jr., infant son of Edgar Cesar Rodriguez and Nidia Miroslava Rodriguez of 180 Church Street in Fairfield, died Monday, March 18, 2013, at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
Today, Governor McCrory proposed a balanced budget for fiscal years 2013-2015, continuing his administration's focus on finding long-term solutions to fix North Carolina's economy, transform education and make government more efficient.
Today, Governor McCrory proposed a balanced budget for fiscal years 2013-2015, continuing his administration's focus on finding long-term solutions to fix North Carolina's economy, transform education and make government more efficient.
 
Sometimes, despite good intentions, we just get things wrong. That's what happened in 2007, when the North Carolina legislature enacted a bill to force electric utilities to buy "renewable" power from wind, solar, and other expensive and unreliable sources.
Sometimes, despite good intentions, we just get things wrong. That's what happened in 2007, when the North Carolina legislature enacted a bill to force electric utilities to buy "renewable" power from wind, solar, and other expensive and unreliable sources.
 
On March 4, 2013 at approximately 10:00 am, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a Crime Stoppers tip in reference to registered sex offenders with social networking sites. Investigators created a report and began an investigation.
On March 4, 2013 at approximately 10:00 am, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a Crime Stoppers tip in reference to registered sex offenders with social networking sites. Investigators created a report and began an investigation.
 
With the General Assembly considering legislation requiring voters to show photo identification to vote, a House panel recently heard from experts on the issue.
With the General Assembly considering legislation requiring voters to show photo identification to vote, a House panel recently heard from experts on the issue.
 
Kay Barnes exercises three times a week and has no major health worries, but she decided to get checked for her risk of stroke anyway.
Kay Barnes exercises three times a week and has no major health worries, but she decided to get checked for her risk of stroke anyway.
 
Student end-of-course evaluations are widely used by colleges and universities to determine the success of courses and the effectiveness of their instructors. Schools often use such student feedback even to determine instructors...
Student end-of-course evaluations are widely used by colleges and universities to determine the success of courses and the effectiveness of their instructors. Schools often use such student feedback even to determine instructors...
 
The latest in equipment and training for careers in advanced manufacturing will be on display at Beaufort County Community College Tuesday, April 9, as part of Advanced Manufacturing Career Day.
The latest in equipment and training for careers in advanced manufacturing will be on display at Beaufort County Community College Tuesday, April 9, as part of Advanced Manufacturing Career Day.
 
It's too bad the Washington Monument remains closed following last year's earthquake. That is traditionally the first thing the bureaucrats (read - politicians) threaten to close when they haven't received the total amount of money they have requested in their budgets.
It's too bad the Washington Monument remains closed following last year's earthquake. That is traditionally the first thing the bureaucrats (read - politicians) threaten to close when they haven't received the total amount of money they have requested in their budgets.
 
North Carolina legislators seriously talked up tolls on I-95 in 2011 and 2012, but that idea got shot down by Renee Ellmers, Mike McIntyre, a number of legislators with districts along the interstate thoroughfare, and a huge outcry from the citizenry.
North Carolina legislators seriously talked up tolls on I-95 in 2011 and 2012, but that idea got shot down by Renee Ellmers, Mike McIntyre, a number of legislators with districts along the interstate thoroughfare, and a huge outcry from the citizenry.
 
Today, during a press conference at Apex Middle School, Governor Pat McCrory announced the creation of the N.C. Center for Safer Schools, which will serve as the state's primary point of contact on issues related to school safety.
Today, during a press conference at Apex Middle School, Governor Pat McCrory announced the creation of the N.C. Center for Safer Schools, which will serve as the state's primary point of contact on issues related to school safety.
 
Any plan for rejuvenating North Carolina's economy by drawing down and spending more federal money is a plan for failure.
Any plan for rejuvenating North Carolina's economy by drawing down and spending more federal money is a plan for failure.
 
Comparing the jail to a dungeon is a gross exaggeration. Our jail meets the standards for a jail. It has only been condemned in the dark cold corners of a few of our heavy thinkers.
Comparing the jail to a dungeon is a gross exaggeration. Our jail meets the standards for a jail. It has only been condemned in the dark cold corners of a few of our heavy thinkers.
 
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