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Senate Republicans unveiled a voter ID bill Thursday that resembles a version the House passed earlier this year, with a handful of glaring differences.
Senate Republicans unveiled a voter ID bill Thursday that resembles a version the House passed earlier this year, with a handful of glaring differences.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments to the Western Residence Board of Directors today
Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments to the Western Residence Board of Directors today
 
It sounds odd to hear me praising McClatchy, but they've done some bang-up work pointing out the waste in the NC Rural Center and making a case for its closure.
It sounds odd to hear me praising McClatchy, but they've done some bang-up work pointing out the waste in the NC Rural Center and making a case for its closure.
 
The General Assembly has generated plenty of publicity while debating a bill that would affect abortion clinics in North Carolina. Senate Bill 353...
The General Assembly has generated plenty of publicity while debating a bill that would affect abortion clinics in North Carolina. Senate Bill 353...
 
Most professors accept the following statement, or something very nearly like it: tenure exists in order to protect academic freedom. Without tenure, so the story goes, scholars would be forced to choose between employment and the quest for truth; dogma would replace objectivity.
Most professors accept the following statement, or something very nearly like it: tenure exists in order to protect academic freedom. Without tenure, so the story goes, scholars would be forced to choose between employment and the quest for truth; dogma would replace objectivity.
 
Ms. Lois E. Sawyer, a resident of Willow Ct., Washington, NC passed away Friday, July 19, 2013 at her residence.
Ms. Lois E. Sawyer, a resident of Willow Ct., Washington, NC passed away Friday, July 19, 2013 at her residence.
 
The Rural Center is getting the axe. The waste, incompetence and tangled interests that your inane economic development schemes have forced on this county have likely lost their inspiration.
The Rural Center is getting the axe. The waste, incompetence and tangled interests that your inane economic development schemes have forced on this county have likely lost their inspiration.
 
It looks like my prediction that running for the US Senate would shove leadership of the state House into a distant second place is panning out.
It looks like my prediction that running for the US Senate would shove leadership of the state House into a distant second place is panning out.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills today.
 
Ms. Noreen Tetterton, 55, of 624 Plymouth St., Washington, died Tuesday, July 16, 2013.
Ms. Noreen Tetterton, 55, of 624 Plymouth St., Washington, died Tuesday, July 16, 2013.
 
Reminder: Filing ends at noon tomorrow, Friday July 19th. Candidacy forms must be received by this office by the noon deadline.
Reminder: Filing ends at noon tomorrow, Friday July 19th. Candidacy forms must be received by this office by the noon deadline.
 
Seriously folks, there are much larger issues to bear here today in our broken federal government; however ....
Seriously folks, there are much larger issues to bear here today in our broken federal government; however ....
 
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