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Info on plants that can be deadly to pets
Info on plants that can be deadly to pets
 
Angela Rachidi writes for National Review Online about a disturbing decision from the new Biden administration.
Angela Rachidi writes for National Review Online about a disturbing decision from the new Biden administration.
 
Governor Cooper Warns of Growing COVID-19 Danger and Strengthens Safety Measures
 
Fifteen years ago, American higher education was beset with serious problems, especially rising costs, politicization of the curriculum, the mania over diversity, and falling academic standards.`
Fifteen years ago, American higher education was beset with serious problems, especially rising costs, politicization of the curriculum, the mania over diversity, and falling academic standards.`
 
Andy Puzder explains at FoxNews.com why Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s climate policy would prove disastrous for the American economy.
Andy Puzder explains at FoxNews.com why Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s climate policy would prove disastrous for the American economy.
 
Joshua Lawson explains in a Federalist column how real efforts to defund police would threaten “American lives, liberty, and property.”
Joshua Lawson explains in a Federalist column how real efforts to defund police would threaten “American lives, liberty, and property.”
 
In an April 22 memo to Gov. Roy Cooper and the NC General Assembly, State Board of Elections (SBE) Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell predicted a “30% to 40% voter absentee-by-mail participation rate (compared to a 4% to 5% rate traditionally)” in the general election this November.
In an April 22 memo to Gov. Roy Cooper and the NC General Assembly, State Board of Elections (SBE) Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell predicted a “30% to 40% voter absentee-by-mail participation rate (compared to a 4% to 5% rate traditionally)” in the general election this November.
 
Our office continues to monitor weather conditions for the remainder of the week. The following is expected for Beaufort County though Friday.
Our office continues to monitor weather conditions for the remainder of the week. The following is expected for Beaufort County though Friday.
 
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is reportedly in “grave danger” after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure earlier this month.
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is reportedly in “grave danger” after undergoing a cardiovascular procedure earlier this month.
 
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News’s Sean Hannity on Monday night that nations that are withholding numbers that accurately reflect the true extent of the coronavirus outbreaks from inside their countries are putting people’s lives at risk.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Fox News’s Sean Hannity on Monday night that nations that are withholding numbers that accurately reflect the true extent of the coronavirus outbreaks from inside their countries are putting people’s lives at risk.
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis co-sponsored the Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act, which would put an end to dangerous sanctuary city policies that forbid local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities, even when they wish to do so.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis co-sponsored the Stop Dangerous Sanctuary Cities Act, which would put an end to dangerous sanctuary city policies that forbid local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities, even when they wish to do so.
 
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is pushing to reduce the burden of federal regulations on Eastern North Carolina's agricultural producers
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is pushing to reduce the burden of federal regulations on Eastern North Carolina's agricultural producers
 
Bob Dylan sang to us in 1964...The Times They Are A-Changin’.
Bob Dylan sang to us in 1964...The Times They Are A-Changin’.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is warning citizens that the impact of Hurricane Matthew will continue to persist as record flooding is expected to impact inland communities in the coming days.
Governor Pat McCrory is warning citizens that the impact of Hurricane Matthew will continue to persist as record flooding is expected to impact inland communities in the coming days.
 
Corner Grocery Stores...Cheez-Its...Politicians
 
Governor Pat McCrory proclaimed August 31 as Overdose Awareness Day in North Carolina calling on citizens to be aware of the dangers of drug overdose and the efforts underway across the state that address substance use.
Governor Pat McCrory proclaimed August 31 as Overdose Awareness Day in North Carolina calling on citizens to be aware of the dangers of drug overdose and the efforts underway across the state that address substance use.
 
During a recent book tour across North Carolina, I had occasion to visit with thousands of politically active people, most of them conservatives
During a recent book tour across North Carolina, I had occasion to visit with thousands of politically active people, most of them conservatives
 
Governor Pat McCrory urges drivers to continue to exercise caution until warmer temperatures melt the wintry mix of precipitation that caused dangerous driving conditions.
Governor Pat McCrory urges drivers to continue to exercise caution until warmer temperatures melt the wintry mix of precipitation that caused dangerous driving conditions.
 
North Carolina's expanded polar bear exhibit was unveiled today at the N.C. Zoo in Asheboro. Governor Pat McCrory was on hand to unveil the three-years-in-the-making, $8.5 million exhibit. The governor was joined by Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary John Skvarla and Zoo...
North Carolina's expanded polar bear exhibit was unveiled today at the N.C. Zoo in Asheboro. Governor Pat McCrory was on hand to unveil the three-years-in-the-making, $8.5 million exhibit. The governor was joined by Department of Environment and Natural Resources Secretary John Skvarla and Zoo...
 
Since the 1940s, over a million wells have used hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") safely.
Since the 1940s, over a million wells have used hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") safely.
 
Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of a bill to bring transparency to the Endangered Species Act (ESA), prevent the waste of taxpayer money, and reduce the law’s impact on economic growth.
Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of a bill to bring transparency to the Endangered Species Act (ESA), prevent the waste of taxpayer money, and reduce the law’s impact on economic growth.
 
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is taking action to modernize the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in order to prevent the waste of taxpayer money and implementation of unnecessary, economically harmful regulations.
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is taking action to modernize the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in order to prevent the waste of taxpayer money and implementation of unnecessary, economically harmful regulations.
 
A reporter, television-radio executive, and U.S. Senator, Jesse Helms was born October 18, 1921, in Monroe, N.C., to Jesse Alexander and Ethel Mae Helms.
A reporter, television-radio executive, and U.S. Senator, Jesse Helms was born October 18, 1921, in Monroe, N.C., to Jesse Alexander and Ethel Mae Helms.
 
It would not seem that the folks who were arrested were on an alligator killing spree. They seemed to be looking to get rid of a truly scary critter and get some meat out of the deal to boot.
It would not seem that the folks who were arrested were on an alligator killing spree. They seemed to be looking to get rid of a truly scary critter and get some meat out of the deal to boot.
 
On Tuesday June 7th in Beaufort County Superior Court three Washington men were sentenced for crimes committed in 2009 and 2010.
On Tuesday June 7th in Beaufort County Superior Court three Washington men were sentenced for crimes committed in 2009 and 2010.
 
"Jackass" stands apart from similar shows and imitators because of the particular personalities involved, and because of the surreal sensibility that has always been such a big part of the sho
"Jackass" stands apart from similar shows and imitators because of the particular personalities involved, and because of the surreal sensibility that has always been such a big part of the sho
 
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