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The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.1% in August after remaining constant in July according to the latest release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. On an annual basis, prices have increased 8.3%. This number would have been markedly higher if not for declining gas prices.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 0.1% in August after remaining constant in July according to the latest release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. On an annual basis, prices have increased 8.3%. This number would have been markedly higher if not for declining gas prices.
 
The unemployment rate increased to 3.7% in August 2022 even as more Americans returned to work, according to a Friday release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The unemployment rate increased to 3.7% in August 2022 even as more Americans returned to work, according to a Friday release from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
 
RALEIGH: Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed August 26 as Women’s Equality Day in North Carolina to honor women leaders across the state and encourage residents to support organizations that advocate for social progress and equity for women.
RALEIGH: Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed August 26 as Women’s Equality Day in North Carolina to honor women leaders across the state and encourage residents to support organizations that advocate for social progress and equity for women.
 
We meet Thursday night of this week at 6:00 pm at King Chicken restaurant in Washington.
 
Our next meeting is Thursday August 18 at 6:00 PM at the King Chicken Restaurant.
Our next meeting is Thursday August 18 at 6:00 PM at the King Chicken Restaurant.
 
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, August 16, 2022.
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, August 16, 2022.
 
The Beaufort County Board of Elections monthly meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 9th, 2022 has been cancelled.
The Beaufort County Board of Elections monthly meeting scheduled for Tuesday, August 9th, 2022 has been cancelled.
 
Our next meeting is Thursday August 18, at 6:00 PM at the King Chicken Restaurant.
 
The Beaufort County Jail Committee meeting that was scheduled for tomorrow, August 4, 2022, has been cancelled.
The Beaufort County Jail Committee meeting that was scheduled for tomorrow, August 4, 2022, has been cancelled.
 
RALEIGH: August is Preparedness Month in North Carolina and Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging individuals, families, schools and businesses to review their emergency plans and update their emergency supply kits.
RALEIGH: August is Preparedness Month in North Carolina and Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging individuals, families, schools and businesses to review their emergency plans and update their emergency supply kits.
 
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 16, 2022.
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 11 a.m. Tuesday, August 16, 2022.
 
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session on Monday, August 1, 2022 at 5:30 PM in the boardroom located at 136 W. 2nd St, Washington, NC.
The Beaufort County Board of Commissioners will meet in regular session on Monday, August 1, 2022 at 5:30 PM in the boardroom located at 136 W. 2nd St, Washington, NC.
 
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 1, 2022.
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 1, 2022.
 
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 1, 2022.
The State Board of Elections will hold a remote meeting beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday, August 1, 2022.
 
BCS Board of Education August 2022
 
North Carolina's Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31.
North Carolina's Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31.
 
Adolph Augustus Sadler, III age 51, a resident of Chocowinity, NC died Friday May 27, 2022.
Adolph Augustus Sadler, III age 51, a resident of Chocowinity, NC died Friday May 27, 2022.
 
How could I have not known that Lonesome Dove would arguably be the greatest pure Western of all time?
How could I have not known that Lonesome Dove would arguably be the greatest pure Western of all time?
 
As Beaufort County's premier internet related company, Symbiotic Networks (SNI), we create the highest quality representation of the Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting of August, 2021 to provide for the public's complete awareness of their most important local government.
As Beaufort County's premier internet related company, Symbiotic Networks (SNI), we create the highest quality representation of the Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting of August, 2021 to provide for the public's complete awareness of their most important local government.
 
The reasoning behind the bill, as laid out in the bill’s language, is that “too many North Carolina citizens have no or inadequate savings for retirement.”
The reasoning behind the bill, as laid out in the bill’s language, is that “too many North Carolina citizens have no or inadequate savings for retirement.”
 
Ray Nothstine writes for the Fayetteville Observer that Democrats in North Carolina should be strong opponents of plans to pack the U.S. Supreme Court.
Ray Nothstine writes for the Fayetteville Observer that Democrats in North Carolina should be strong opponents of plans to pack the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
Barnini Chakraborty writes for the Washington Examiner about an interesting education development.
Barnini Chakraborty writes for the Washington Examiner about an interesting education development.
 
Karl Salzmann reports for the Washington Free Beacon on interesting poll numbers tied to the nation’s governors.
Karl Salzmann reports for the Washington Free Beacon on interesting poll numbers tied to the nation’s governors.
 
Katherine Doyle of the Washington Examiner reports that voters don’t believe the president’s pledge to avoid raising taxes on the middle class.
Katherine Doyle of the Washington Examiner reports that voters don’t believe the president’s pledge to avoid raising taxes on the middle class.
 
Kylee Zempel of the Federalist looks beyond the headlines involving outgoing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Kylee Zempel of the Federalist looks beyond the headlines involving outgoing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
 
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner explores the implications of bad polling news for President Biden.
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner explores the implications of bad polling news for President Biden.
 
Kylee Zempel of the Federalist rebuts the argument that President Joe Biden is pursuing a moderate agenda.
Kylee Zempel of the Federalist rebuts the argument that President Joe Biden is pursuing a moderate agenda.
 
Rich Lowry writes at National Review Online about the president’s spending spree.
Rich Lowry writes at National Review Online about the president’s spending spree.
 
Demographer Steven Ruggles has been pointing the problems out for some time
Demographer Steven Ruggles has been pointing the problems out for some time
 
Leif Le Mahieu writes for the Washington Free Beacon about a recent controversy involving solar farms.
Leif Le Mahieu writes for the Washington Free Beacon about a recent controversy involving solar farms.
 
Kerry Picket reports for the Washington Examiner on Republican congressional leaders’ interest in taking away power from particular Democrats.
Kerry Picket reports for the Washington Examiner on Republican congressional leaders’ interest in taking away power from particular Democrats.
 
Editors at National Review Online criticize one of the federal government’s high-profile responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Editors at National Review Online criticize one of the federal government’s high-profile responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Jack Beyrer of the Washington Free Beacon reports bad news about two American rivals.
Jack Beyrer of the Washington Free Beacon reports bad news about two American rivals.
 
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online focuses on one recent issue up for consideration at the nation’s highest court.
Andrew McCarthy of National Review Online focuses on one recent issue up for consideration at the nation’s highest court.
 
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner reports on the Biden team’s emphasis on minority voters.
Naomi Lim of the Washington Examiner reports on the Biden team’s emphasis on minority voters.
 
In recent years, American universities have come under fire for frequent mistreatment of speech on their campuses. Often, this mistreatment is a result of restrictive or ill-defined speech codes—policies that stifle any speech that would otherwise be protected in general society.
In recent years, American universities have come under fire for frequent mistreatment of speech on their campuses. Often, this mistreatment is a result of restrictive or ill-defined speech codes—policies that stifle any speech that would otherwise be protected in general society.
 
As employers – largely in the service sector – continue to struggle to find willing workers, much of the blame is being placed on the extended, supplementary federal unemployment benefits.
As employers – largely in the service sector – continue to struggle to find willing workers, much of the blame is being placed on the extended, supplementary federal unemployment benefits.
 
Many colleges and universities are closing or merging throughout the United States. Since 2016, 70 institutions have closed, merged, or are planning to close or merge in the coming years.
Many colleges and universities are closing or merging throughout the United States. Since 2016, 70 institutions have closed, merged, or are planning to close or merge in the coming years.
 
Editors at National Review Online deliver a simple message to New Yorkers about their embattled chief government executive.
Editors at National Review Online deliver a simple message to New Yorkers about their embattled chief government executive.
 
As Oscar Wilde tells us, “Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.” This is especially true of bureaucracies on college campuses. Once their seeds are planted, their growth often continues without check.
As Oscar Wilde tells us, “Moderation is a fatal thing. Nothing succeeds like excess.” This is especially true of bureaucracies on college campuses. Once their seeds are planted, their growth often continues without check.
 
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