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A Democrat named Arthur Williams represented the Outer Banks-centered Sixth District in the North Carolina House from 2003-2011. During that time, he was a good Democrat a good soldier for then Senate boss Marc Basnight and then-House speaker Jim Black.
A Democrat named Arthur Williams represented the Outer Banks-centered Sixth District in the North Carolina House from 2003-2011. During that time, he was a good Democrat a good soldier for then Senate boss Marc Basnight and then-House speaker Jim Black.
 
The Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh excitedly touts that "General Admission to all facilities is FREE!"
The Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh excitedly touts that "General Admission to all facilities is FREE!"
 
I have a "good" elderly retired USAF Colonel who sends me all the hate stuff over our President. I was down at Havelock on Election Day.
I have a "good" elderly retired USAF Colonel who sends me all the hate stuff over our President. I was down at Havelock on Election Day.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced today that state and municipal leaders have tentatively agreed to a deal that would sell the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh.
Governor Pat McCrory and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane announced today that state and municipal leaders have tentatively agreed to a deal that would sell the Dorothea Dix property to the City of Raleigh.
 
Gullfest, the spring festival at Beaufort County Community College to be held April 18 and 19, will feature a new event for the 2015 event - the first Miss Gullfest Pageant.
Gullfest, the spring festival at Beaufort County Community College to be held April 18 and 19, will feature a new event for the 2015 event - the first Miss Gullfest Pageant.
 
Now that Republicans are leading both chambers in Congress and in the North Carolina legislature, intra-party differences will garner more attention than they have in the past - particularly from those hoping the new GOP majorities will be chaotic, disastrous, and short-lived.
Now that Republicans are leading both chambers in Congress and in the North Carolina legislature, intra-party differences will garner more attention than they have in the past - particularly from those hoping the new GOP majorities will be chaotic, disastrous, and short-lived.
 
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