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Voters in the May 6 Republican primary for state House District 15 will choose between incumbent Phil Shepard, a two-term legislator who is a minister and civil service retiree, and Jim Morton, a farmer and retired educator running primarily on parochial issues.
Voters in the May 6 Republican primary for state House District 15 will choose between incumbent Phil Shepard, a two-term legislator who is a minister and civil service retiree, and Jim Morton, a farmer and retired educator running primarily on parochial issues.
 
No Mr. Chairman: An abject point of fact is that Beaufort County has never had a Republican majority of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners.
No Mr. Chairman: An abject point of fact is that Beaufort County has never had a Republican majority of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed April 2, 2014 as "World Autism Awareness Day" and the entire month of April as "World Autism Awareness Month," encouraging citizens to cultivate a better understanding of autism and its prevalence in North Carolina.
Governor Pat McCrory has proclaimed April 2, 2014 as "World Autism Awareness Day" and the entire month of April as "World Autism Awareness Month," encouraging citizens to cultivate a better understanding of autism and its prevalence in North Carolina.
 
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
 
The North Carolina State Board of Elections reported Wednesday to the Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee on the effects of the state's new voter reforms.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections reported Wednesday to the Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee on the effects of the state's new voter reforms.
 
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
 
Two Honduran men living illegally in eastern North Carolina each will spend more than four years in federal prison for their roles in a scheme to collect millions of dollars in federal income tax refunds filed under fictitious identities, one of which was used to register to vote in Wake County.
Two Honduran men living illegally in eastern North Carolina each will spend more than four years in federal prison for their roles in a scheme to collect millions of dollars in federal income tax refunds filed under fictitious identities, one of which was used to register to vote in Wake County.
 
On April 3, 2014 at 4:37 p.m., Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence on Brookshire Drive in Bath in reference to a female reporting that her husband had shot at her.
On April 3, 2014 at 4:37 p.m., Deputies with the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office responded to a residence on Brookshire Drive in Bath in reference to a female reporting that her husband had shot at her.
 
William W. Kitchin received his initial education nearby his birthplace in Scotland Neck, North Carolina. He later attended the University of North Carolina and studied law under his father.
William W. Kitchin received his initial education nearby his birthplace in Scotland Neck, North Carolina. He later attended the University of North Carolina and studied law under his father.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that federal financial assistance is available to help nine central North Carolina counties recover some of the costs associated with the March 6-7 winter storm.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that federal financial assistance is available to help nine central North Carolina counties recover some of the costs associated with the March 6-7 winter storm.
 
A presentation prepared by the N.C. Commerce Department's Labor and Economic Analysis Division finds a net "negative budgetary impact" of North Carolina's film incentives.
A presentation prepared by the N.C. Commerce Department's Labor and Economic Analysis Division finds a net "negative budgetary impact" of North Carolina's film incentives.
 
There is an impossibly tough question that all universities must answer, from a legal if not moral perspective. How much of our limited resources should we spend to ensure that the next victim of a sex crime is given the treatment he or she deserves? The University of North Carolina at...
There is an impossibly tough question that all universities must answer, from a legal if not moral perspective. How much of our limited resources should we spend to ensure that the next victim of a sex crime is given the treatment he or she deserves? The University of North Carolina at...
 
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees on Tuesday agreed to seek an increase in appropriations from the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners in the coming fiscal year with the majority of the increase coming from needed construction projects.
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees on Tuesday agreed to seek an increase in appropriations from the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners in the coming fiscal year with the majority of the increase coming from needed construction projects.
 
Mrs. Lillie Marie Rogers Woolard, age 92, formerly of 615 W. 3rd Street, Washington, NC died Saturday, April 5, 2014 at River Trace Nursing Center of Washington.
Mrs. Lillie Marie Rogers Woolard, age 92, formerly of 615 W. 3rd Street, Washington, NC died Saturday, April 5, 2014 at River Trace Nursing Center of Washington.
 
Mrs. Angela Teresa Krujack Trumich, age 84, a resident of 498 Old Pamlico Beach Rd. E. Belhaven, NC died Friday April 4, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center of Washington.
Mrs. Angela Teresa Krujack Trumich, age 84, a resident of 498 Old Pamlico Beach Rd. E. Belhaven, NC died Friday April 4, 2014 at Vidant Medical Center of Washington.
 
Mr. Charlie Webster "Chock" Riddick, 80, a resident of 305 Riddick Road, Pantego, died Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
Mr. Charlie Webster "Chock" Riddick, 80, a resident of 305 Riddick Road, Pantego, died Tuesday, April 1, 2014.
 
Mrs. Diane Shaw Gerard, age 63, a resident of 1036 N. Market Street, Washington died Thursday morning April 3, 2014 at her home following a lengthy battle with Parkinson's disease.
Mrs. Diane Shaw Gerard, age 63, a resident of 1036 N. Market Street, Washington died Thursday morning April 3, 2014 at her home following a lengthy battle with Parkinson's disease.
 
Dalmon Edison Boyd, age 72, a resident of Archbell Rd., Bath, NC passed away Thursday, April 3, 2014.
Dalmon Edison Boyd, age 72, a resident of Archbell Rd., Bath, NC passed away Thursday, April 3, 2014.
 
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