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For the third year running, a Beaufort County Community College alumnus has been recognized by Vidant Beaufort Hospital for nursing excellence throughout the year.
For the third year running, a Beaufort County Community College alumnus has been recognized by Vidant Beaufort Hospital for nursing excellence throughout the year.
 
The newly-minted chairman of the NCGOP took to the airwaves this morning on Greenville-based WTIB's "Talk of the Town."
The newly-minted chairman of the NCGOP took to the airwaves this morning on Greenville-based WTIB's "Talk of the Town."
 
A bill that would allow the state to gather more detailed information on why teachers leave the state and the profession - a topic that has become a political football for both parties - is in conference committee as lawmakers attempt to resolve differences in the House and Senate versions.
A bill that would allow the state to gather more detailed information on why teachers leave the state and the profession - a topic that has become a political football for both parties - is in conference committee as lawmakers attempt to resolve differences in the House and Senate versions.
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after his transportation team reached an agreement that gives the go-ahead for the construction of a parallel bridge to replace the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after his transportation team reached an agreement that gives the go-ahead for the construction of a parallel bridge to replace the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge.
 
The debate over North Carolina's renewable energy policies continues this week, even as the North Carolina Senate takes up other issues. The News & Observer hosted opposing op-eds, one from former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers, and the other from yours truly.
The debate over North Carolina's renewable energy policies continues this week, even as the North Carolina Senate takes up other issues. The News & Observer hosted opposing op-eds, one from former Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers, and the other from yours truly.
 
The goal of the College User Support Team is to provide training and support for college staff on the Colleague system to reduce errors and increase efficiency.
The goal of the College User Support Team is to provide training and support for college staff on the Colleague system to reduce errors and increase efficiency.
 
Despite the welcome news of a budget surplus in Raleigh, the fiscal and economic forecast for North Carolina over the next couple of years is not all blue skies and placid seas.
Despite the welcome news of a budget surplus in Raleigh, the fiscal and economic forecast for North Carolina over the next couple of years is not all blue skies and placid seas.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments to the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees.
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments to the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees.
 
After a decade of political debate, Open Internet Rules have finally been established by the FCC.
After a decade of political debate, Open Internet Rules have finally been established by the FCC.
 
Last Wednesday, July 17, the women of Beaufort County gathered at the Ne-er Do Well Restaurant to recognize outstanding students and give a scholarship for college to one.
Last Wednesday, July 17, the women of Beaufort County gathered at the Ne-er Do Well Restaurant to recognize outstanding students and give a scholarship for college to one.
 
In April, the state's second-highest court again confronted the issue of warrantless searches and seizures by police
In April, the state's second-highest court again confronted the issue of warrantless searches and seizures by police
 
Many small rural churches raise money by printing and selling cookbooks. My cousins published Cousins Cookbook for such a purpose and sold 2000 copies.
Many small rural churches raise money by printing and selling cookbooks. My cousins published Cousins Cookbook for such a purpose and sold 2000 copies.
 
My first exposure to Bob Dylan was in 1963
 
Ms. Barbara Jean Lee, of 86-1375th St., Woodhaven, NY, died June 14, 2015, at the Spring Creek Rehab and Nursing Care, Brooklyn, NY.
Ms. Barbara Jean Lee, of 86-1375th St., Woodhaven, NY, died June 14, 2015, at the Spring Creek Rehab and Nursing Care, Brooklyn, NY.
 
Ann Cartwright Johnson, age 74, a resident of 111 Shad Bend Dr., Washington, passed away Friday June 19, 2015.
Ann Cartwright Johnson, age 74, a resident of 111 Shad Bend Dr., Washington, passed away Friday June 19, 2015.
 
Senate leaders' $21.63 billion General Fund budget proposal includes major policy initiatives related to Medicaid, removing responsibility for Medicaid from the state Department of Health and Human Services while creating a Cabinet-level Health Benefits Authority to administer the $14 billion govern
Senate leaders' $21.63 billion General Fund budget proposal includes major policy initiatives related to Medicaid, removing responsibility for Medicaid from the state Department of Health and Human Services while creating a Cabinet-level Health Benefits Authority to administer the $14 billion govern
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement recognizing the 150th anniversary of the "Juneteenth" holiday, which marks the end of slavery in the United States.
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement recognizing the 150th anniversary of the "Juneteenth" holiday, which marks the end of slavery in the United States.
 
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
 
Just your local Emergency Management Office wanting to alert you to the National Weather Service Heat Advisory issued today.
Just your local Emergency Management Office wanting to alert you to the National Weather Service Heat Advisory issued today.
 
My tree work has carried me all around from my Rocky Mount base. The topic of discussion often turned to what was going on at the little country church my customer attended.
My tree work has carried me all around from my Rocky Mount base. The topic of discussion often turned to what was going on at the little country church my customer attended.
 
Governor McCrory announced the creation of the North Carolina Food Manufacturing Task Force today.
 
Vidant Medical Center has filed an application with the Healthcare Planning and Certificate of Need Section of the N.C. Division of Health Service Regulation to add 85 acute care beds in Pitt County.
Vidant Medical Center has filed an application with the Healthcare Planning and Certificate of Need Section of the N.C. Division of Health Service Regulation to add 85 acute care beds in Pitt County.
 
I can make decisions about social change by reading current and old newspapers.
I can make decisions about social change by reading current and old newspapers.
 
For years now, legislators, policy analysts, medical providers, and lobbyists for various interest groups have been arguing about North Carolina's Medicaid program. Whether you find this argument interesting, confusing, or boring, I have some news for you: it's far from over.
For years now, legislators, policy analysts, medical providers, and lobbyists for various interest groups have been arguing about North Carolina's Medicaid program. Whether you find this argument interesting, confusing, or boring, I have some news for you: it's far from over.
 
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