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Given the health restrictions in place within the state, the Congressional Press Galleries are working to identify a limited group to provide in-person coverage for Monday’s formal nomination
Given the health restrictions in place within the state, the Congressional Press Galleries are working to identify a limited group to provide in-person coverage for Monday’s formal nomination
 
Through Operation Warp Speed, President Donald J. Trump and his Administration are partnering with the private sector to deliver a safe and effective vaccine as soon as possible.
Through Operation Warp Speed, President Donald J. Trump and his Administration are partnering with the private sector to deliver a safe and effective vaccine as soon as possible.
 
New Hampshire's moderate Republican Governor Chris Sununu has vetoed a "red flag" gun law passed by his state's legislature
New Hampshire's moderate Republican Governor Chris Sununu has vetoed a "red flag" gun law passed by his state's legislature
 
Ketch Secor of the energetic American roots band Old Crow Medicine Show and a few of his talented friends streamed a concert from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry this past weekend.
Ketch Secor of the energetic American roots band Old Crow Medicine Show and a few of his talented friends streamed a concert from the stage of the Grand Ole Opry this past weekend.
 
As voters in North Carolina’s Third Congressional District look toward the November election, many have been asking Congressman Greg Murphy his thoughts on the all important choice for President of the United States.
As voters in North Carolina’s Third Congressional District look toward the November election, many have been asking Congressman Greg Murphy his thoughts on the all important choice for President of the United States.
 
John Kasich, who ran a failed Republican presidential campaign in 2016, told CNN this week that he has a “right” to define what it means to be a conservative
John Kasich, who ran a failed Republican presidential campaign in 2016, told CNN this week that he has a “right” to define what it means to be a conservative
 
Executive Director of NC Commission of Indian Affairs Greg Richardson shared the following statement on MVP Southgate Decision
 
Warren Smith, resident of Washington, North Carolina, and previously of Chicago, Illinois, and Asheville, North Carolina, began his next journey on August 10, 2020, long before expected; and, naturally, before sunrise, just as his many friends, neighbors and family would have expected.
Warren Smith, resident of Washington, North Carolina, and previously of Chicago, Illinois, and Asheville, North Carolina, began his next journey on August 10, 2020, long before expected; and, naturally, before sunrise, just as his many friends, neighbors and family would have expected.
 
Mr. James “Frank” Franklin Stepp, age 69, a resident of Bath, NC, died Wednesday August 12, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital with his wife by his side.
Mr. James “Frank” Franklin Stepp, age 69, a resident of Bath, NC, died Wednesday August 12, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital with his wife by his side.
 
The Economic Development Advisory Committee will hold a web based meeting on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM.
The Economic Development Advisory Committee will hold a web based meeting on Wednesday, August 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM.
 
Mrs. Sonja Faye Alligood Tuning, age 79, a resident of Washington, passed away Monday August 10, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
Mrs. Sonja Faye Alligood Tuning, age 79, a resident of Washington, passed away Monday August 10, 2020 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $95.6 million in new funding to help support K-12 and postsecondary students most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic who can benefit from support during the upcoming school year.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $95.6 million in new funding to help support K-12 and postsecondary students most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic who can benefit from support during the upcoming school year.
 
In my previous column I discussed some basic strategies for raising our influence on school curriculum.
In my previous column I discussed some basic strategies for raising our influence on school curriculum.
 
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