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Big Tech needs to learn a lesson on censorship
 
party backs Trump candidate over incumbent
party backs Trump candidate over incumbent
 
Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady wouldn’t say that his former quarterback was right in claiming there weren’t enough two-minute and hurry-up drills in practice last season.
Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady wouldn’t say that his former quarterback was right in claiming there weren’t enough two-minute and hurry-up drills in practice last season.
 
Add Northwestern University to the list of college campuses with a vocal, intolerant student movement.
Add Northwestern University to the list of college campuses with a vocal, intolerant student movement.
 
Remarks by President Biden in a Virtual Fundraising Reception for the Democratic National Party
 
The Beaufort County Jail Committee meeting scheduled for tomorrow, June 30, 2021 has been cancelled.
The Beaufort County Jail Committee meeting scheduled for tomorrow, June 30, 2021 has been cancelled.
 
Born in China, Zhang warns that cultural trends in the United States appear ominously familiar.
Born in China, Zhang warns that cultural trends in the United States appear ominously familiar.
 
ECU criminal justice students provide fresh eyes on cold cases for SBI
ECU criminal justice students provide fresh eyes on cold cases for SBI
 
Former Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer Derek Chauvin, who was just sentenced to 22 years for the murder of George Floyd, is “closing in” on a plea deal with federal prosecutors
Former Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer Derek Chauvin, who was just sentenced to 22 years for the murder of George Floyd, is “closing in” on a plea deal with federal prosecutors
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law today: Senate Bill 594 & House Bill 383
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law today: Senate Bill 594 & House Bill 383
 
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony in May with an award from the DAISY Foundation.
Two nursing students at Beaufort County Community College were celebrated during the nurse pinning ceremony in May with an award from the DAISY Foundation.
 
Okam described how he is approaching his new role and how the changes from a year ago are helping to put the defensive line in the best position to succeed
Okam described how he is approaching his new role and how the changes from a year ago are helping to put the defensive line in the best position to succeed
 
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist places today’s debates over civics education in context.
Joy Pullmann of the Federalist places today’s debates over civics education in context.
 
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Denise Burke regarding North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of the Human Life Non-Discrimination Act
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Denise Burke regarding North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of the Human Life Non-Discrimination Act
 
The U.S. Supreme Court backed donor privacy in a decision released Thursday, July 1.
The U.S. Supreme Court backed donor privacy in a decision released Thursday, July 1.
 
Precision Swiss Products, Inc. a manufacturer of high precision component parts, will create 125 new jobs in Brunswick County
Precision Swiss Products, Inc. a manufacturer of high precision component parts, will create 125 new jobs in Brunswick County
 
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