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Governor Pat McCrory led an educational bond panel discussion today at the University of North Carolina Asheville
Governor Pat McCrory led an educational bond panel discussion today at the University of North Carolina Asheville
 
U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) today introduced bipartisan legislation to help veterans who have been exposed to toxic burn pits
U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) today introduced bipartisan legislation to help veterans who have been exposed to toxic burn pits
 
Mrs. Barbara Ann Lewis Bright, age 78, a resident of 94 Bright Drive, Chocowinity, NC died Sunday, March 13, 2016 at her home surrounded by her loving family.
Mrs. Barbara Ann Lewis Bright, age 78, a resident of 94 Bright Drive, Chocowinity, NC died Sunday, March 13, 2016 at her home surrounded by her loving family.
 
On Thursday, March 10, college officials and political figures cut the ribbon on the Washington County Center, bringing Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) classes to a permanent location in the county.
On Thursday, March 10, college officials and political figures cut the ribbon on the Washington County Center, bringing Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) classes to a permanent location in the county.
 
The State Board of Elections is reminding voters that tomorrow is Election Day and the deadline to postmark mail-in absentee ballots.
The State Board of Elections is reminding voters that tomorrow is Election Day and the deadline to postmark mail-in absentee ballots.
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on teams from North Carolina selected to play in this year's NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement on teams from North Carolina selected to play in this year's NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament
 
North Carolina has never had a Republican insurance commissioner, but three candidates running in the GOP primary hope to change that - citing consumer welfare rather than their own ambitions as a reason for campaigning.
North Carolina has never had a Republican insurance commissioner, but three candidates running in the GOP primary hope to change that - citing consumer welfare rather than their own ambitions as a reason for campaigning.
 
There was a time when we in the Good Ole USofA just drank our coffee & we paid no attention to our coffee.
There was a time when we in the Good Ole USofA just drank our coffee & we paid no attention to our coffee.
 
UNC President Margaret Spellings has said that the North Carolina legislature's proposed Guaranteed Admissions Program (NC GAP) has identified the right problem, but has come up with the wrong solution. Her vision is of a UNC system accessible to everyone and educating everyone—not just elites
UNC President Margaret Spellings has said that the North Carolina legislature's proposed Guaranteed Admissions Program (NC GAP) has identified the right problem, but has come up with the wrong solution. Her vision is of a UNC system accessible to everyone and educating everyone—not just elites
 
The "good" news is that, in this year's Super Bowl battle over which team fleeces its home city's taxpayers the least, Broncos or the Panthers, the winner is the Panthers by a pretty wide margin. According to this article by the Manhattan Institute's Jared Meyer (originally published in Forbes)...
The "good" news is that, in this year's Super Bowl battle over which team fleeces its home city's taxpayers the least, Broncos or the Panthers, the winner is the Panthers by a pretty wide margin. According to this article by the Manhattan Institute's Jared Meyer (originally published in Forbes)...
 
Only in the headline nation of the storied western World, the only world of living creatures that we are fully aware of, can there will be an impending election of a possibly good People, where the election will be, inarguably, a political 'race to the bottom'.
Only in the headline nation of the storied western World, the only world of living creatures that we are fully aware of, can there will be an impending election of a possibly good People, where the election will be, inarguably, a political 'race to the bottom'.
 
Who better to observe the Great Society programs than VN Vets now 70, retired, and no need to be politically correct?
Who better to observe the Great Society programs than VN Vets now 70, retired, and no need to be politically correct?
 
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