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People wanting to learn the fate of Silent Sam will have to wait a bit longer
 
Lately, a lot of emotion has been spent over Confederate monuments in the Tar Heel state.
 
The N.C. Historical Commission said it is hamstrung by state law and a legislature that won't allow controversial Confederate monuments on the old Capitol grounds in Raleigh to be moved
The N.C. Historical Commission said it is hamstrung by state law and a legislature that won't allow controversial Confederate monuments on the old Capitol grounds in Raleigh to be moved
 
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement in response to today's Historical Commission meeting
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement in response to today's Historical Commission meeting
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today.
 
Indiana Jones made it look cool to be an archaeologist. What's not cool, however, is for the State of North Carolina to force taxpayers to subsidize an office that attempts to centrally oversee the archaeological projects across the state.
Indiana Jones made it look cool to be an archaeologist. What's not cool, however, is for the State of North Carolina to force taxpayers to subsidize an office that attempts to centrally oversee the archaeological projects across the state.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today
 
The Barker-Moore House, also known simply as the Barker House, is currently home to the Edenton Historical Commission and is open to the public for tours.
The Barker-Moore House, also known simply as the Barker House, is currently home to the Edenton Historical Commission and is open to the public for tours.
 
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