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Two former members of the university's board of trustees recommended Tom Fetzer as interim chancellor at Western Carolina University, Fetzer told Carolina Journal after the UNC Board of Governors July 27 meeting in Chapel Hill
Two former members of the university's board of trustees recommended Tom Fetzer as interim chancellor at Western Carolina University, Fetzer told Carolina Journal after the UNC Board of Governors July 27 meeting in Chapel Hill
 
If the Board of Governors meetings were broadcast they would become the top rated reality show on TV. There's something for everyone - humor, pathos, conflict, and, occasionally, a nugget of wisdom. Such was the case with the latest meeting
If the Board of Governors meetings were broadcast they would become the top rated reality show on TV. There's something for everyone - humor, pathos, conflict, and, occasionally, a nugget of wisdom. Such was the case with the latest meeting
 
Former state senator David Rouzer (R-Johnston) probably had the biggest smile of all on his face upon hearing of Mike McIntyre’s retirement. Rouzer lost a very close election to McIntyre in 2012 in a specially-configured majority-Republican district.
Former state senator David Rouzer (R-Johnston) probably had the biggest smile of all on his face upon hearing of Mike McIntyre’s retirement. Rouzer lost a very close election to McIntyre in 2012 in a specially-configured majority-Republican district.
 
In fact, there was a moment in the 1990s - a fleeting moment, as it turned out - when the mayors of four of North Carolina's five largest cities were Republicans. Pat McCrory, the future Republican governor, was mayor of Charlotte. Tom Fetzer, the future chairman of the state GOP, was mayor...
In fact, there was a moment in the 1990s - a fleeting moment, as it turned out - when the mayors of four of North Carolina's five largest cities were Republicans. Pat McCrory, the future Republican governor, was mayor of Charlotte. Tom Fetzer, the future chairman of the state GOP, was mayor...
 
The tables have been turned in the political money wars. North Carolina Republicans, who traditionally lag behind their Democratic rivals in fund-raising, are leading their opponents in most races across the state, although there are some notable exceptions.
The tables have been turned in the political money wars. North Carolina Republicans, who traditionally lag behind their Democratic rivals in fund-raising, are leading their opponents in most races across the state, although there are some notable exceptions.
 
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