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James Mason writes for National Review Online about troubling proposals for federal intervention into homeschooling.
James Mason writes for National Review Online about troubling proposals for federal intervention into homeschooling.
 
Students have had to make many sacrifices over the past year, be they financial, academic, or personal.
Students have had to make many sacrifices over the past year, be they financial, academic, or personal.
 
North Carolina remains vulnerable to fuel shortages because itís too reliant on a pair of pipelines for gas and energy, industry leaders and experts told lawmakers.
North Carolina remains vulnerable to fuel shortages because itís too reliant on a pair of pipelines for gas and energy, industry leaders and experts told lawmakers.
 
Leaders discuss success, future vision of Outer Banks Campus
Leaders discuss success, future vision of Outer Banks Campus
 
Marlean Sawyer Jackson, age 67, a resident of Pinetown, NC passed away Wednesday, May 26, 2021.
Marlean Sawyer Jackson, age 67, a resident of Pinetown, NC passed away Wednesday, May 26, 2021.
 
Video emerged late on Wednesday of one of the many instances from the recent fighting in Israel in which Palestinian terrorists have fired rockets at Israel only to have the rocket land back inside Gaza.
Video emerged late on Wednesday of one of the many instances from the recent fighting in Israel in which Palestinian terrorists have fired rockets at Israel only to have the rocket land back inside Gaza.
 
This week, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and his colleagues introduced bipartisan legislation to set the United States Postal Service on a more sustainable financial footing
This week, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and his colleagues introduced bipartisan legislation to set the United States Postal Service on a more sustainable financial footing
 
Bipartisan HB934 would let parents apply for up to $3,000 grants for tutors, counseling, and other educational support to mitigate the damage of closed schools
Bipartisan HB934 would let parents apply for up to $3,000 grants for tutors, counseling, and other educational support to mitigate the damage of closed schools
 
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