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Competing plans in the N.C. House and Senate feature widely different approaches to the issue of tax reform. Counties are concerned with the potential loss of county revenues in the final plan that will be adopted when House and Senate leaders confer to work out the differences.
Competing plans in the N.C. House and Senate feature widely different approaches to the issue of tax reform. Counties are concerned with the potential loss of county revenues in the final plan that will be adopted when House and Senate leaders confer to work out the differences.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed 39 bills today including three that aligned with the governor's focus on improving our state's education and government efficiency.
Governor Pat McCrory signed 39 bills today including three that aligned with the governor's focus on improving our state's education and government efficiency.
 
Two Beaufort County Community College students who began their studies at the college in the ninth grade have been added to the ranks of BCCC Ambassadors for the 2013-2014 Academic Year.
Two Beaufort County Community College students who began their studies at the college in the ninth grade have been added to the ranks of BCCC Ambassadors for the 2013-2014 Academic Year.
 
I went to this week's Moral Monday protest to learn what all the rancor is about and gained some insights from the experience.
I went to this week's Moral Monday protest to learn what all the rancor is about and gained some insights from the experience.
 
It appears the worst of the storm may not arrive here until around 7:00 pm this evening.
 
Mrs. Ann Marie Duke Cobb, age 65, a resident of Pinetops, NC died Monday June 10, 2013 at Vidant Medical Center of Greenville.
Mrs. Ann Marie Duke Cobb, age 65, a resident of Pinetops, NC died Monday June 10, 2013 at Vidant Medical Center of Greenville.
 
Mrs. Ola Corinne Woolard, age 103, a resident of Braddy Rd., Washington, NC, passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at her home.
Mrs. Ola Corinne Woolard, age 103, a resident of Braddy Rd., Washington, NC, passed away on Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at her home.
 
The North Carolina House has officially approved its tax-reform bill. It would create a 5.9 percent flat income tax -- replacing the current rates...
The North Carolina House has officially approved its tax-reform bill. It would create a 5.9 percent flat income tax -- replacing the current rates...
 
In April, the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners approved funds to repair and renovate the public elevator in the Beaufort County Courthouse (112 W. 2nd Street, Washington, NC).
In April, the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners approved funds to repair and renovate the public elevator in the Beaufort County Courthouse (112 W. 2nd Street, Washington, NC).
 
The "Moral Monday" nonsense is still raging at the legislative building in Raleigh. It's even spawned a sequel: "Witness Wednesday."
 
Senate leader Phil Berger unveiled the latest tax reform plan Tuesday. It's a plan that would reduce the personal income tax, eventually eliminate...
Senate leader Phil Berger unveiled the latest tax reform plan Tuesday. It's a plan that would reduce the personal income tax, eventually eliminate...
 
On April 18, 2013 at approximately 10:30 am, the staff at Northside High School was alerted to a bomb threat written on the wall of a bathroom in the school.
On April 18, 2013 at approximately 10:30 am, the staff at Northside High School was alerted to a bomb threat written on the wall of a bathroom in the school.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced the following direct appointments today
 
Let's say you're an ordinary citizen and you trespass on someone's property. You come back the next day anyway.
Let's say you're an ordinary citizen and you trespass on someone's property. You come back the next day anyway.
 
If Neil Gross's analysis of the "why are professors liberal?" question is weak (as I argued here), his analysis of the "why do conservatives care?" question is appalling.
If Neil Gross's analysis of the "why are professors liberal?" question is weak (as I argued here), his analysis of the "why do conservatives care?" question is appalling.
 
Gov. Pat got a lot of mileage out of The Who's classic "Won't Get Fooled Again" during his successful 2012 campaign against Walter Dalton.
Gov. Pat got a lot of mileage out of The Who's classic "Won't Get Fooled Again" during his successful 2012 campaign against Walter Dalton.
 
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