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The State Board of Elections has designated a special filing period for the office of Superior Court Judge (District 5B)
The State Board of Elections has designated a special filing period for the office of Superior Court Judge (District 5B)
 
Most everywhere you go people repeat a familiar refrain. They can't vote for Trump and don't like Hillary, or vice versa. These are the two most unpopular presidential candidates since they started these polls
Most everywhere you go people repeat a familiar refrain. They can't vote for Trump and don't like Hillary, or vice versa. These are the two most unpopular presidential candidates since they started these polls
 
Robert Edward Lewis, age 62, a resident of Holly Hill, SC, died Sunday July 3, 2016
Robert Edward Lewis, age 62, a resident of Holly Hill, SC, died Sunday July 3, 2016
 
Mr. George Daniel "Danny" Asby, age 76, a resident of 212 Fairway Drive, Washington, NC died Thursday July 28, 2016 at his home.
Mr. George Daniel "Danny" Asby, age 76, a resident of 212 Fairway Drive, Washington, NC died Thursday July 28, 2016 at his home.
 
Mr. Willard Lee Rumley, age 79, a resident of Reidsville, NC died Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the home of his son, Dr. Jeff Rumley, 310 Summerhaven Lane, Washington.
Mr. Willard Lee Rumley, age 79, a resident of Reidsville, NC died Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the home of his son, Dr. Jeff Rumley, 310 Summerhaven Lane, Washington.
 
Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (U.S. Army (Ret.), currently serving as the GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's top foreign policy adviser, told the crowd on Monday night's GOP convention opening that the presumptive Republican nominee will "keep us safe."
Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (U.S. Army (Ret.), currently serving as the GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's top foreign policy adviser, told the crowd on Monday night's GOP convention opening that the presumptive Republican nominee will "keep us safe."
 
Governor Pat McCrory has written a letter of support for East Carolina University's request for membership consideration in the Big 12 Conference
Governor Pat McCrory has written a letter of support for East Carolina University's request for membership consideration in the Big 12 Conference
 
Thank you for your interest in the issue of "NO Ferry Tax". Because of your support, we won!
Thank you for your interest in the issue of "NO Ferry Tax". Because of your support, we won!
 
This year's North Carolina Literary Review (NCLR), now on its way to readers throughout the state, celebrates the 25th issue of the publication
This year's North Carolina Literary Review (NCLR), now on its way to readers throughout the state, celebrates the 25th issue of the publication
 
In a deliberate, calculated act of racism, a black man ambushed and gunned down five Dallas police officers and injured seven more. I watched on TV how the police community and concerned citizens responded.
In a deliberate, calculated act of racism, a black man ambushed and gunned down five Dallas police officers and injured seven more. I watched on TV how the police community and concerned citizens responded.
 
This morning marked the inaugural sale of the first $200 million of the $2 billion Connect NC bond to support investments in our state's education, parks, National Guard and water and sewer infrastructure introduced by Governor Pat McCrory and overwhelmingly passed by voters in March
This morning marked the inaugural sale of the first $200 million of the $2 billion Connect NC bond to support investments in our state's education, parks, National Guard and water and sewer infrastructure introduced by Governor Pat McCrory and overwhelmingly passed by voters in March
 
Even though N.C. legislators left Raleigh on July 1, much earlier than in recent memory, the General Assembly had enough time to enact positive policy reforms
Even though N.C. legislators left Raleigh on July 1, much earlier than in recent memory, the General Assembly had enough time to enact positive policy reforms
 
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