Sunday, April 12th, 2015 Archives | Beaufort County Now | Browse our Archived Results for Sunday, April 12th, 2015 | archives, 2015-04-12, Sunday, April 12th, 2015, beaufort county, bcn, nc, north carolina, now, beaufortcountynow, events, articles, business, photos, news, government

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Archived Results for Sunday, April 12th, 2015

[ 2015 ][ Jan ][ Feb ][ Mar ][ Apr ][ May ][ Jun ][ Jul ][ Aug ][ Sep ][ Oct ]

North Carolina could promote job creation, lower consumer prices, and boost opportunities for low-income families by replacing most of the state's occupational licensing with voluntary certification. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report explains why.
North Carolina could promote job creation, lower consumer prices, and boost opportunities for low-income families by replacing most of the state's occupational licensing with voluntary certification. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report explains why.
 
Those who pay attention to state politics have heard it again and again. Enrollment in teacher education programs has dropped because Governor McCrory and evil state legislators do not "respect" the teaching profession.
Those who pay attention to state politics have heard it again and again. Enrollment in teacher education programs has dropped because Governor McCrory and evil state legislators do not "respect" the teaching profession.
 
I've got a newfound sense of respect for John Bell. We took it to him TWICE yesterday. Instead of ducking and running, or just badmouthing us in private, the Goldsboro Republican (and third-ranking House member) decided to go head-to-head with The Daily Haymaker.
I've got a newfound sense of respect for John Bell. We took it to him TWICE yesterday. Instead of ducking and running, or just badmouthing us in private, the Goldsboro Republican (and third-ranking House member) decided to go head-to-head with The Daily Haymaker.
 
Please click on the link to access the agenda for the April 13, 2015 City Council meeting.
Please click on the link to access the agenda for the April 13, 2015 City Council meeting.
 
Governor McCrory took action on two pieces of legislation, signing Senate Bill 78, which increases protections for corrections officers and House Bill 41, which makes technical corrections to revenue laws.
Governor McCrory took action on two pieces of legislation, signing Senate Bill 78, which increases protections for corrections officers and House Bill 41, which makes technical corrections to revenue laws.
 
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
Recent events lead me to restate an argument I made several years ago in response to a belligerent correspondent: mind your own business.
 
North Carolina has transformed from the Pepsi Generation to the Pepto population. In 1950, the median age in our state was 26.5 years. By 1981, it was almost 30 and the N.C. Division of Aging and Adult Services reports it as 36.9 years in 2009.
North Carolina has transformed from the Pepsi Generation to the Pepto population. In 1950, the median age in our state was 26.5 years. By 1981, it was almost 30 and the N.C. Division of Aging and Adult Services reports it as 36.9 years in 2009.
 
Older     

HbAD0

 
Back to Top