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Mr. Elliott Graham Singleton, age 23, a resident of 5394 Clark's Neck Road, Washington, died Friday, December 9, 2016 at his home
Mr. Elliott Graham Singleton, age 23, a resident of 5394 Clark's Neck Road, Washington, died Friday, December 9, 2016 at his home
 
Mrs. Frances Elizabeth Edwards Jackson, age 73, a resident of 208 Cowan Street, Washington, died Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice
Mrs. Frances Elizabeth Edwards Jackson, age 73, a resident of 208 Cowan Street, Washington, died Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at Vidant Inpatient Hospice
 
The state House on Tuesday unanimously approved a $200.9 million disaster relief package for North Carolinians whose lives were uprooted this fall by Hurricane Matthew in the eastern part of the state and wildfires in the west
The state House on Tuesday unanimously approved a $200.9 million disaster relief package for North Carolinians whose lives were uprooted this fall by Hurricane Matthew in the eastern part of the state and wildfires in the west
 
After Fifty Seven years under Fidel Castro's rule, a small country embarks on the new beginning and we have a new opportunity.
After Fifty Seven years under Fidel Castro's rule, a small country embarks on the new beginning and we have a new opportunity.
 
Today, I pay my greatest respects and deep appreciation, as I celebrate the life of a wonderful patriot, and a Democrat at that ... When was the last time I had this opportunity?
Today, I pay my greatest respects and deep appreciation, as I celebrate the life of a wonderful patriot, and a Democrat at that ... When was the last time I had this opportunity?
 
At the school where I taught for almost 35 years, the University of Wisconsin—Madison, campus leaders continue their rush to respond to the BlackOut demands put forth by black student leaders last spring
At the school where I taught for almost 35 years, the University of Wisconsin—Madison, campus leaders continue their rush to respond to the BlackOut demands put forth by black student leaders last spring
 
Start 2017 by going after the job skills you have wanted. These classes at Beaufort County Community College can help you start a new career in real estate, culinary arts or healthcare
Start 2017 by going after the job skills you have wanted. These classes at Beaufort County Community College can help you start a new career in real estate, culinary arts or healthcare
 
North Carolina's economy continues to outperform the national and regional averages - which is one reason why, the results of the gubernatorial election notwithstanding, the state's policy fundamentals are unlikely to change in the foreseeable future
North Carolina's economy continues to outperform the national and regional averages - which is one reason why, the results of the gubernatorial election notwithstanding, the state's policy fundamentals are unlikely to change in the foreseeable future
 
South Korea uses Prison Guard Robots. How soon will rioters meet Robot Riot Police?
South Korea uses Prison Guard Robots. How soon will rioters meet Robot Riot Police?
 
Gov. Pat McCrory has asked the General Assembly to write a $200 million check to help North Carolina residents and communities affected by Hurricane Matthew and the wildfires
Gov. Pat McCrory has asked the General Assembly to write a $200 million check to help North Carolina residents and communities affected by Hurricane Matthew and the wildfires
 
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