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A U.S. Army colonel turned away four busloads of Americans, orphans, and others with verified paperwork guaranteeing safe passage out of Afghanistan, members of a volunteer evacuation team claimed in a new documentary.
A U.S. Army colonel turned away four busloads of Americans, orphans, and others with verified paperwork guaranteeing safe passage out of Afghanistan, members of a volunteer evacuation team claimed in a new documentary.
 
Colonel Roy Allyn Brown, U.S. Army Ret., age 90, a resident of Fredericksburg, TX and Washington, NC died Friday July 29, 2022, at his Washington home.
Colonel Roy Allyn Brown, U.S. Army Ret., age 90, a resident of Fredericksburg, TX and Washington, NC died Friday July 29, 2022, at his Washington home.
 
Local political Conservative and retired Lt. Colonel Pete Benton endorses Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage in his bid for re-election to the office that he currently holds.
Local political Conservative and retired Lt. Colonel Pete Benton endorses Beaufort County Commissioner Stan Deatherage in his bid for re-election to the office that he currently holds.
 
Inventions make things better...Or do they?
 
Gov. Roy Cooper today appointed Glenn M. McNeill as the next Commander of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol
Gov. Roy Cooper today appointed Glenn M. McNeill as the next Commander of the North Carolina State Highway Patrol
 
Lt. Col. Edwin E. Robbins, U.S. Army-Ret., age 83, a resident of 661 East Water Street, Belhaven, died at his home, Friday, December 23, 2016. Born in Washington, NC., he was known locally as "June Bug."
Lt. Col. Edwin E. Robbins, U.S. Army-Ret., age 83, a resident of 661 East Water Street, Belhaven, died at his home, Friday, December 23, 2016. Born in Washington, NC., he was known locally as "June Bug."
 
Governor Pat McCrory addressed members of the North Carolina National Guard (NCNG) today at their 2016 Leaders Workshop.
 
The Cherokee were the first Native American residents of present-day Buncombe County, and German, Scottish, and English settlers inhabited the area in the early to mid-1700s.
The Cherokee were the first Native American residents of present-day Buncombe County, and German, Scottish, and English settlers inhabited the area in the early to mid-1700s.
 
Avery was the last county to be formed by the North Carolina General Assembly, making it the hundredth-county in the state.
Avery was the last county to be formed by the North Carolina General Assembly, making it the hundredth-county in the state.
 
Until its capture by the Union army in 1865, Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world.
Until its capture by the Union army in 1865, Fort Fisher was the largest earthwork fortification in the world.
 
A route that extends 469 miles through the Virginia and North Carolina mountains, the Blue Ridge Parkway has remained what historian William Powell describes as a travel experience "never to be forgotten."
A route that extends 469 miles through the Virginia and North Carolina mountains, the Blue Ridge Parkway has remained what historian William Powell describes as a travel experience "never to be forgotten."
 
Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Watford Spivey, III, a resident of Bank Street, Washington Park, Washington, N.C., died October 4, 2012, at his home.
Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Watford Spivey, III, a resident of Bank Street, Washington Park, Washington, N.C., died October 4, 2012, at his home.
 
Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Watford Spivey, III, a resident of 607 Bank Street, Washington Park, Washington, N.C., died Thursday, October 4, 2012 at his home
Lieutenant Colonel (Retired) David Watford Spivey, III, a resident of 607 Bank Street, Washington Park, Washington, N.C., died Thursday, October 4, 2012 at his home
 
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