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"Professor" Gloria J. Brown-Marshall wrote a Christmas Day essay blaming "southern White radicals" for the disastrous, slow-motion train wreck failure that has been the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act.
"Professor" Gloria J. Brown-Marshall wrote a Christmas Day essay blaming "southern White radicals" for the disastrous, slow-motion train wreck failure that has been the roll-out of the Affordable Care Act.
 
Mr. Guy Adrian Peed Jr., age 58, a resident of 131 Langley Road, Chocowinity, NC, died Sunday, December 29, 2013 at the Veterans Hospital in Houston, Texas
Mr. Guy Adrian Peed Jr., age 58, a resident of 131 Langley Road, Chocowinity, NC, died Sunday, December 29, 2013 at the Veterans Hospital in Houston, Texas
 
Betty Sue Maneval, age 85, a resident of 100 Hickory St., Greenville, NC and formerly of Chocowinity, NC passed away Tuesday, December 31, 2013.
Betty Sue Maneval, age 85, a resident of 100 Hickory St., Greenville, NC and formerly of Chocowinity, NC passed away Tuesday, December 31, 2013.
 
Dale Dennis Brooks, a resident of Washington, NC died Sunday December 29, 2013, at home surrounded by family.
Dale Dennis Brooks, a resident of Washington, NC died Sunday December 29, 2013, at home surrounded by family.
 
Hugh Norton Boyd, age 80, a resident of Ridgewood Manor, Washington, NC and formerly of Pinetown, passed away Monday, December 30, 2013.
Hugh Norton Boyd, age 80, a resident of Ridgewood Manor, Washington, NC and formerly of Pinetown, passed away Monday, December 30, 2013.
 
Mark Binker and Cullen Browder, writing at WRAL.com, have done what we think is a good job of identifying "five big political questions for 2014." We don't necessarily agree with the slant they take but the list is inarguable, we think.
Mark Binker and Cullen Browder, writing at WRAL.com, have done what we think is a good job of identifying "five big political questions for 2014." We don't necessarily agree with the slant they take but the list is inarguable, we think.
 
According to official government estimates, paying people not to work for extended periods of time is good for the economy, because it encourages consumer spending. This is an excellent reason why you should not take official government estimates all that seriously.
According to official government estimates, paying people not to work for extended periods of time is good for the economy, because it encourages consumer spending. This is an excellent reason why you should not take official government estimates all that seriously.
 
On December 28, 2013 at approximately 12:48 am, Corporal Cody Burroughs with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office was patrolling Highway 264 West of Washington, NC. Cpl. Burroughs observed a vehicle traveling at a slow rate of speed and crossing left of center as it headed east.
On December 28, 2013 at approximately 12:48 am, Corporal Cody Burroughs with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office was patrolling Highway 264 West of Washington, NC. Cpl. Burroughs observed a vehicle traveling at a slow rate of speed and crossing left of center as it headed east.
 
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