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The Beaufort County Board of County Commissioners will meet to discuss a variety of issues in their General Meeting on Monday, June 2, 2014
The Beaufort County Board of County Commissioners will meet to discuss a variety of issues in their General Meeting on Monday, June 2, 2014
 
State recreational water quality officials today are alerting the public that initial testing at a sound-side site in Beaufort County showed levels of bacteria exceeding the state and Environmental Protection Agency's recreational water quality swimming standards.
State recreational water quality officials today are alerting the public that initial testing at a sound-side site in Beaufort County showed levels of bacteria exceeding the state and Environmental Protection Agency's recreational water quality swimming standards.
 
North Carolina's state income tax penalizes people's income-generating activities by reducing the rewards to work, saving, investment, and entrepreneurship.
North Carolina's state income tax penalizes people's income-generating activities by reducing the rewards to work, saving, investment, and entrepreneurship.
 
My title has two meanings. The first is that, since the 1980s at least, what calls itself literary criticism has consisted largely of abstract theory, less concerned with literature than with itself.
My title has two meanings. The first is that, since the 1980s at least, what calls itself literary criticism has consisted largely of abstract theory, less concerned with literature than with itself.
 
Senator Bill Cook filed Senate Bill 792 to stop ferry tolling. Senator Norman Sanderson joined with Sen. Cook to find other monies to permanently replace receipts that would have been generated by ferry tolling.
Senator Bill Cook filed Senate Bill 792 to stop ferry tolling. Senator Norman Sanderson joined with Sen. Cook to find other monies to permanently replace receipts that would have been generated by ferry tolling.
 
With World War II imminent, in December 1940, the U.S. Government awarded $16.8 million in contracts for building one of the first military installations in preparation for that war.
With World War II imminent, in December 1940, the U.S. Government awarded $16.8 million in contracts for building one of the first military installations in preparation for that war.
 
If you've ever wondered why we at the Observer are stickers for enforcement of the Open Meetings law this story will amply demonstrate the problem of governing boards meeting in secret session to make various decisions.
If you've ever wondered why we at the Observer are stickers for enforcement of the Open Meetings law this story will amply demonstrate the problem of governing boards meeting in secret session to make various decisions.
 
Senate Budget Plan Includes Largest Teacher Pay Raise in State History North Carolina's state Senate last night released its proposed changes to the second year of the 2013-15 biennial budget.
Senate Budget Plan Includes Largest Teacher Pay Raise in State History North Carolina's state Senate last night released its proposed changes to the second year of the 2013-15 biennial budget.
 
The Department of Veterans Affairs — formerly the Veterans Administration — started out with a noble mission: Taking care of those who sacrificed for our country.
The Department of Veterans Affairs — formerly the Veterans Administration — started out with a noble mission: Taking care of those who sacrificed for our country.
 
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