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Governor Pat McCrory joined local officials and emergency responders for a tour of Goldsboro and Kinston today as the Neuse River is expected to crest near record levels tomorrow.
Governor Pat McCrory joined local officials and emergency responders for a tour of Goldsboro and Kinston today as the Neuse River is expected to crest near record levels tomorrow.
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined local officials and emergency responders for a tour of Kinston today as the Neuse River is expected to crest near record levels tomorrow.
Governor Pat McCrory joined local officials and emergency responders for a tour of Kinston today as the Neuse River is expected to crest near record levels tomorrow.
 
When I was a boy we could walk out on the shore of our Neuse River summer home, cast out a line on a rod and reel and catch enough good-sized Croakers for supper in about an hour.
When I was a boy we could walk out on the shore of our Neuse River summer home, cast out a line on a rod and reel and catch enough good-sized Croakers for supper in about an hour.
 
Scott Jones, a doctoral candidate at East Carolina University, spent Monday showing middle and high school students different types of aquatic insects and telling them about his research of population and community ecology.
Scott Jones, a doctoral candidate at East Carolina University, spent Monday showing middle and high school students different types of aquatic insects and telling them about his research of population and community ecology.
 
Originally a part of Bath County, Craven was annexed in 1712, and named after one of the Carolina Lord Proprietors, the Earl of Craven.
Originally a part of Bath County, Craven was annexed in 1712, and named after one of the Carolina Lord Proprietors, the Earl of Craven.
 
On October 17, 1862 the Confederate Navy Department signed a contract with the shipbuilding firm of Thomas Howard and Elijah Ellis of New Bern to construct an ironclad gunboat on the Neuse River: the CSS Neuse.
On October 17, 1862 the Confederate Navy Department signed a contract with the shipbuilding firm of Thomas Howard and Elijah Ellis of New Bern to construct an ironclad gunboat on the Neuse River: the CSS Neuse.
 
Carteret County, North Carolina was formed in 1722 out of Craven County. It is named in honor of Sir John Carteret, who later became the Earl of Granville and one of the Lords Proprietors of North Carolina.
Carteret County, North Carolina was formed in 1722 out of Craven County. It is named in honor of Sir John Carteret, who later became the Earl of Granville and one of the Lords Proprietors of North Carolina.
 
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