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Black Jack resident William Hulslander tried sled hockey at a clinic hosted by East Carolina University and liked it so much that he ended up joining a team.
Black Jack resident William Hulslander tried sled hockey at a clinic hosted by East Carolina University and liked it so much that he ended up joining a team.
 
When the North Carolina legislature convenes in January 2015, the North Carolina Community College Presidents and system office are expected to make a "significant pay increase" for our faculty and staff the top priority in the expansion budget - which funds new programs and expenses - for the...
When the North Carolina legislature convenes in January 2015, the North Carolina Community College Presidents and system office are expected to make a "significant pay increase" for our faculty and staff the top priority in the expansion budget - which funds new programs and expenses - for the...
 
Cumberland County has grown accustomed to political theater, especially when it's engulfed by rumor and innuendo. And for the third straight state Senate election, the dirty drama has returned.
Cumberland County has grown accustomed to political theater, especially when it's engulfed by rumor and innuendo. And for the third straight state Senate election, the dirty drama has returned.
 
Governor Pat McCrory was in Concord for Alevo Energy's opening of its new facility today. Alevo Energy, an energy service provider that uses a combination of innovative battery technology and smart data analytics to reduce waste and inefficiencies in the grid delivery system, says it plans to...
Governor Pat McCrory was in Concord for Alevo Energy's opening of its new facility today. Alevo Energy, an energy service provider that uses a combination of innovative battery technology and smart data analytics to reduce waste and inefficiencies in the grid delivery system, says it plans to...
 
Scholarships are available at Beaufort County Community College through a grant made by the Golden LEAF Foundation to the North Carolina Community College System.
Scholarships are available at Beaufort County Community College through a grant made by the Golden LEAF Foundation to the North Carolina Community College System.
 
Larry Hodges Harris, 67 of Thornton, CO formerly of Washington, NC passed away on Monday, October 27, 2014.
Larry Hodges Harris, 67 of Thornton, CO formerly of Washington, NC passed away on Monday, October 27, 2014.
 
Mrs. Barbra Keys of 402 E. 10th Street Washington, NC died Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice Greenvi11e, NC.
Mrs. Barbra Keys of 402 E. 10th Street Washington, NC died Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice Greenvi11e, NC.
 
Mrs. Agnes Maize Roberson Ingalls, age 94, a former resident of Cherry Run Road, died Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at River Trace Nursing Home in Washington.
Mrs. Agnes Maize Roberson Ingalls, age 94, a former resident of Cherry Run Road, died Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at River Trace Nursing Home in Washington.
 
One of the Tar Heel State's more significant Tea Party organizations - Asheville Tea PAC - has stepped forward with a recommendation that voters write in the name of former Mecklenburg County legislator John Rhodes for US Senate.
One of the Tar Heel State's more significant Tea Party organizations - Asheville Tea PAC - has stepped forward with a recommendation that voters write in the name of former Mecklenburg County legislator John Rhodes for US Senate.
 
A top lobbyist for the N.C. Hospital Association defends North Carolina's certificate-of-need restrictions, calling them necessary protections for hospitals and health care providers forced to deal with many other government-mandated rules and regulations.
A top lobbyist for the N.C. Hospital Association defends North Carolina's certificate-of-need restrictions, calling them necessary protections for hospitals and health care providers forced to deal with many other government-mandated rules and regulations.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina will lead a National Innovation Community, a coalition of 25 states and counting that will collaborate to bring innovative ideas and practices to government technology. The Community was established as a resource for technology leaders...
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina will lead a National Innovation Community, a coalition of 25 states and counting that will collaborate to bring innovative ideas and practices to government technology. The Community was established as a resource for technology leaders...
 
This article gets back out the record book of how things were 6+ years ago when we elected our current President.
This article gets back out the record book of how things were 6+ years ago when we elected our current President.
 
On the outskirts of a small town, there was a big, old pecan tree just inside the cemetery fence. One day, two boys filled up a bucketful of nuts and sat down by the tree, out of sight, and began dividing the nuts.
On the outskirts of a small town, there was a big, old pecan tree just inside the cemetery fence. One day, two boys filled up a bucketful of nuts and sat down by the tree, out of sight, and began dividing the nuts.
 
Faculty and staff from across East Carolina University gathered at the East Carolina Heart Institute on Oct. 13 to honor Dr. Stephen Thomas, who will retire as the dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences this month after 34 years with the college.
Faculty and staff from across East Carolina University gathered at the East Carolina Heart Institute on Oct. 13 to honor Dr. Stephen Thomas, who will retire as the dean of the College of Allied Health Sciences this month after 34 years with the college.
 
That just wasn't done, and the reporter who allowed it had violated one of the strict codes of journalism. To allow a news source to see one's copy before your editor had seen it, and before it was published, made one's copy suspect.
That just wasn't done, and the reporter who allowed it had violated one of the strict codes of journalism. To allow a news source to see one's copy before your editor had seen it, and before it was published, made one's copy suspect.
 
A check presentation of $32,762 will be made at 11a.m. on Thursday, October 30, from John Griffin, Kohl's Manager to the Eastern Carolina Injury Prevention Program.
 
The silly season is here as we move towards the end of the 2014 election cycle and the different races move into high gear.
The silly season is here as we move towards the end of the 2014 election cycle and the different races move into high gear.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees welcomed three new members at its recent meeting. Taking the oath of office and joining the board were Jim Chesnutt, Jackson Lancaster and Bill Wall.
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees welcomed three new members at its recent meeting. Taking the oath of office and joining the board were Jim Chesnutt, Jackson Lancaster and Bill Wall.
 
Governor Pat McCrory's military affairs advisor, General Cornell A. Wilson Jr., a retired Major General of the United States Marine Corps, was recently appointed to the U.S. Veterans Administration's Advisory Committee for Minority Veterans. The Committee consists of veterans who represent...
Governor Pat McCrory's military affairs advisor, General Cornell A. Wilson Jr., a retired Major General of the United States Marine Corps, was recently appointed to the U.S. Veterans Administration's Advisory Committee for Minority Veterans. The Committee consists of veterans who represent...
 
Last night, at Beaufort County's General Meeting for October, a majority of Beaufort County Commissioners saw fit to snatch away Commissioner Hood Richardson's constitutional right to his political speech to further their Authoritarian agenda.
Last night, at Beaufort County's General Meeting for October, a majority of Beaufort County Commissioners saw fit to snatch away Commissioner Hood Richardson's constitutional right to his political speech to further their Authoritarian agenda.
 
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