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The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today.
 
A distance-education professor is East Carolina University's recipient of one of the state's highest teaching honors.
A distance-education professor is East Carolina University's recipient of one of the state's highest teaching honors.
 
Itís ďan average day in the life of Charlie Brown." But, for Peanuts fans there is nothing ordinary about the innocent yet profound characters in this delightful, nostalgic musical.
Itís ďan average day in the life of Charlie Brown." But, for Peanuts fans there is nothing ordinary about the innocent yet profound characters in this delightful, nostalgic musical.
 
The Gullfest Planning Committee is working hard to make our first spring festival a success on Saturday, April 5.
The Gullfest Planning Committee is working hard to make our first spring festival a success on Saturday, April 5.
 
Beaufort County NOW returns to traffic pattern that better represents the growth to which we have become accustomed.
Beaufort County NOW returns to traffic pattern that better represents the growth to which we have become accustomed.
 
I know my advice is fated to be hated. I know it's hard to follow. But I'm going to offer it, anyway - again. Politicians and pundits across the ideological spectrum should avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from limited, preliminary data about North Carolina's labor market.
I know my advice is fated to be hated. I know it's hard to follow. But I'm going to offer it, anyway - again. Politicians and pundits across the ideological spectrum should avoid drawing sweeping conclusions from limited, preliminary data about North Carolina's labor market.
 
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after North Carolina's unemployment rate dropped to 6.4 percent, the first time it has been lower than the national average since March 2006.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after North Carolina's unemployment rate dropped to 6.4 percent, the first time it has been lower than the national average since March 2006.
 
As reported by Stan, the meeting was useful, but regrettably was sabotaged by Commission Jerry Langley, who adjourned the meeting without a vote to do so (as required by Robert's Rules of Order) when it did not go the way Chairman Langley wanted it to go.
As reported by Stan, the meeting was useful, but regrettably was sabotaged by Commission Jerry Langley, who adjourned the meeting without a vote to do so (as required by Robert's Rules of Order) when it did not go the way Chairman Langley wanted it to go.
 
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