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Low voter turnout is one of several challenges resulting from a court order setting a deadline to redraw legislative districts and establish special legislative elections next year
Low voter turnout is one of several challenges resulting from a court order setting a deadline to redraw legislative districts and establish special legislative elections next year
 
Gov. Roy Cooper on Tuesday announced his first two Cabinet selections
Gov. Roy Cooper on Tuesday announced his first two Cabinet selections
 
Roy Cooper will literally take the oath of office to become North Carolina's next governor in the dark
Roy Cooper will literally take the oath of office to become North Carolina's next governor in the dark
 
The following classes are available through the Continuing Education Department at BCCC. To register, call 252-940-6375 or email continuingeducation@beaufortccc.edu
The following classes are available through the Continuing Education Department at BCCC. To register, call 252-940-6375 or email continuingeducation@beaufortccc.edu
 
Arts of the Pamlico Member Art Exhibit Reception
 
On January 3, 2017 at about 6:00 PM Beaufort County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a person shot at residence in Pinetown, North Carolina
On January 3, 2017 at about 6:00 PM Beaufort County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a person shot at residence in Pinetown, North Carolina
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation Board of Directors will get together for breakfast at 8:00 a.m. and meet at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 17, 2016
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation Board of Directors will get together for breakfast at 8:00 a.m. and meet at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 17, 2016
 
Rocky Mount city officials on Dec. 12 moved ahead with plans to build a community center that could cost taxpayers more than $50 million despite the area’s slumping population and declining property values
Rocky Mount city officials on Dec. 12 moved ahead with plans to build a community center that could cost taxpayers more than $50 million despite the area’s slumping population and declining property values
 
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