Results found for bill cook | Beaufort County Now | Your source for all Beaufort County, North Carolina Events, Issues, Business, News and Information, Government, Politics, People, and Arts. Everything a tourist, and others alike need.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

369 Results found for bill cook

[ Search Users ] [ Search Calendar Events ]

Title   Description   Keywords   Content   Exact
 

Fed up with politicians talking a good talk but not walking the walk?
Fed up with politicians talking a good talk but not walking the walk?
 
Beaufort County's largest governing body - a body politic of the State of North Carolina - voted 5 to 2 to ask for the suspension of the Impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.
Beaufort County's largest governing body - a body politic of the State of North Carolina - voted 5 to 2 to ask for the suspension of the Impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.
 
Precinct meetings: The importance of being there
Precinct meetings: The importance of being there
 
Conservative Republicans in Beaufort County got another slap in the face at the Monday December 7th Beaufort County commissioners meeting.
Conservative Republicans in Beaufort County got another slap in the face at the Monday December 7th Beaufort County commissioners meeting.
 
As we approach the November 3rd election date, we need to consider the character of every candidate, whether Democrat or Republican.
As we approach the November 3rd election date, we need to consider the character of every candidate, whether Democrat or Republican.
 
It is an open secret that there are two active Republican Parties in Beaufort County.
 
The Beaufort County Conservative Club held the January 2020 meeting at King Chicken Restaurant in Washington, NC Thursday night, January 9, 2020.
The Beaufort County Conservative Club held the January 2020 meeting at King Chicken Restaurant in Washington, NC Thursday night, January 9, 2020.
 
The annual Beaufort County Republican Party convention was held at the Beaufort County Court House on March 19, 2019.
The annual Beaufort County Republican Party convention was held at the Beaufort County Court House on March 19, 2019.
 
The "new beginnings" Beaufort County conservative club meeting held last night at King chicken was an outstanding success.
The "new beginnings" Beaufort County conservative club meeting held last night at King chicken was an outstanding success.
 
Most people are born and die without knowing one big political secret. That secret is that our American form of government provides all of us with an opportunity to influence government in addition to just voting.
Most people are born and die without knowing one big political secret. That secret is that our American form of government provides all of us with an opportunity to influence government in addition to just voting.
 
The Wednesday, January 9, 2019 one-day session featured the swearing in of all legislators who had not already taken their oaths in local ceremonies.
The Wednesday, January 9, 2019 one-day session featured the swearing in of all legislators who had not already taken their oaths in local ceremonies.
 
The public is invited to attend the official Swearing-In ceremony of Keith Kidwell as the Representative to the North Carolina House for the 79 District. Justice Paul Newby will officiate the ceremony.
The public is invited to attend the official Swearing-In ceremony of Keith Kidwell as the Representative to the North Carolina House for the 79 District. Justice Paul Newby will officiate the ceremony.
 
The immediate concern from Hurricane Florence is life threatening high winds, ocean overwash, and soundside flooding
The immediate concern from Hurricane Florence is life threatening high winds, ocean overwash, and soundside flooding
 
Join the folks and support Keith Kidwell who is running for NC House 79th District
Join the folks and support Keith Kidwell who is running for NC House 79th District
 
The final day of a sometimes divisive election year legislative session ended with bipartisan back slaps, and emotional farewell speeches injected with folksy humor, good-natured jabs, reminiscence, and heartfelt thanks from those who will not return next year
The final day of a sometimes divisive election year legislative session ended with bipartisan back slaps, and emotional farewell speeches injected with folksy humor, good-natured jabs, reminiscence, and heartfelt thanks from those who will not return next year
 
House Bill 514, which would allow four cities in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district to create and run their own charter schools, passed its initial vote in the Senate, 30-20
House Bill 514, which would allow four cities in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district to create and run their own charter schools, passed its initial vote in the Senate, 30-20
 
A bill allowing a few towns to operate their own charter schools is closer to becoming law
A bill allowing a few towns to operate their own charter schools is closer to becoming law
 
The North Carolina Senate passed a $23.9 billion balanced budget adjustment with bipartisan support yesterday, Thursday, May 31, 2018
The North Carolina Senate passed a $23.9 billion balanced budget adjustment with bipartisan support yesterday, Thursday, May 31, 2018
 
Continuing further development of the State’s growing shellfish industry, Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1), Senator Harry Brown (R-District 6), and Senator Norman W. Sanderson (R-District 2) filed SB 738 (Support Shellfish Industry) in the North Carolina Senate yesterday, Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Continuing further development of the State’s growing shellfish industry, Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1), Senator Harry Brown (R-District 6), and Senator Norman W. Sanderson (R-District 2) filed SB 738 (Support Shellfish Industry) in the North Carolina Senate yesterday, Wednesday, May 23, 2018
 
Five years ago, Senate Republicans made a promise to dramatically raise teacher pay in North Carolina. We've kept that promise. Moreover, the numbers speak for themselves
Five years ago, Senate Republicans made a promise to dramatically raise teacher pay in North Carolina. We've kept that promise. Moreover, the numbers speak for themselves
 
Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, a veteran politician and controversial figure, is looking to swap his seat in the N.C. House for one in the Senate. Clark Twiddy, a realtor and self-proclaimed politics newbie, hopes to beat Steinburg — and given broad support from Raleigh’s political establishment
Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, a veteran politician and controversial figure, is looking to swap his seat in the N.C. House for one in the Senate. Clark Twiddy, a realtor and self-proclaimed politics newbie, hopes to beat Steinburg — and given broad support from Raleigh’s political establishment
 
North Carolina oysters and the watermen who grow them hold a distinguished place in our State's rich coastal heritage and history
North Carolina oysters and the watermen who grow them hold a distinguished place in our State's rich coastal heritage and history
 
Recognizing a new path to revitalization, the State of North Carolina is quickly moving to take advantage of the newly established Opportunity Zones Program, which focuses on distressed, low-income census tracks for targeted economic investments
Recognizing a new path to revitalization, the State of North Carolina is quickly moving to take advantage of the newly established Opportunity Zones Program, which focuses on distressed, low-income census tracks for targeted economic investments
 
Today long-time businessman and conservative Republican party leader Keith Kidwell announced his candidacy for NC House 79th District
Today long-time businessman and conservative Republican party leader Keith Kidwell announced his candidacy for NC House 79th District
 
InterMarket Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of Point of Purchase displays and recycling bins, has selected Beaufort County for its corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility, creating 57 jobs over three years, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
InterMarket Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of Point of Purchase displays and recycling bins, has selected Beaufort County for its corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility, creating 57 jobs over three years, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
 
Today, North Carolina State Representative Beverly G. Boswell (R-Dare) formally announces her plan to seek re-election to the North Carolina General Assembly representing N.C. House District 6 - covering Currituck, Dare, Hyde and Pamlico counties
Today, North Carolina State Representative Beverly G. Boswell (R-Dare) formally announces her plan to seek re-election to the North Carolina General Assembly representing N.C. House District 6 - covering Currituck, Dare, Hyde and Pamlico counties
 
Since I and other Republicans gained control of the General Assembly in 2011, the Assembly has championed the philosophy of cutting taxes - thus a lower sales tax rate, personal income tax rate and corporate tax rate on North Carolina families and businesses, while raising the standard deduction for
Since I and other Republicans gained control of the General Assembly in 2011, the Assembly has championed the philosophy of cutting taxes - thus a lower sales tax rate, personal income tax rate and corporate tax rate on North Carolina families and businesses, while raising the standard deduction for
 
Slick, snow-covered roads remain in some areas and many secondary roads. A state of emergency that Governor Cooper signed Wednesday remains in effect through the weekend, along with an executive order waiving truck weight, size and hours of service restrictions to ease movement of heating fuel
Slick, snow-covered roads remain in some areas and many secondary roads. A state of emergency that Governor Cooper signed Wednesday remains in effect through the weekend, along with an executive order waiving truck weight, size and hours of service restrictions to ease movement of heating fuel
 
State Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) is encouraging the public to submit feedback before the end of today, Friday, December 29, 2017 to the N.C. Dept. of Insurance (DOI) concerning the N.C. Rate Bureau's proposed statewide average increase of 18.7 percent in homeowner's insurance rates for 2018
State Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) is encouraging the public to submit feedback before the end of today, Friday, December 29, 2017 to the N.C. Dept. of Insurance (DOI) concerning the N.C. Rate Bureau's proposed statewide average increase of 18.7 percent in homeowner's insurance rates for 2018
 
Last month, the N.C. Dept. Commerce released the county tier designations for 2018
 
The state Division of Coastal Management recently awarded nearly $1.6 million to 14 local governments to improve public access to coastal beaches and waters for the 2017-18 fiscal year
The state Division of Coastal Management recently awarded nearly $1.6 million to 14 local governments to improve public access to coastal beaches and waters for the 2017-18 fiscal year
 
On Monday, N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson announced and awarded this year's school infrastructure grants from the new Needs-Based Public School Capital Fund to four counties - two of which are in my district, Gates and Camden
On Monday, N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson announced and awarded this year's school infrastructure grants from the new Needs-Based Public School Capital Fund to four counties - two of which are in my district, Gates and Camden
 
Last week, with bipartisan support we voted to override Gov. Cooper's veto of legislation that provides voters more choices at the ballot box by increasing ballot access for smaller political parties and unaffiliated candidates for many statewide and local elections
Last week, with bipartisan support we voted to override Gov. Cooper's veto of legislation that provides voters more choices at the ballot box by increasing ballot access for smaller political parties and unaffiliated candidates for many statewide and local elections
 
Approaching the one year anniversary of Hurricane Matthew's landfall in North Carolina, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors authorized grants to the County of Dare and the Ocracoke Foundation of Hyde County yesterday, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
Approaching the one year anniversary of Hurricane Matthew's landfall in North Carolina, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors authorized grants to the County of Dare and the Ocracoke Foundation of Hyde County yesterday, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017
 
Continuing our strong record of eliminating and simplifying job-killing rules, both the Senate and House of Representatives voted to override Gov. Roy Cooper's vetoes of House Bill 56 and Senate Bill 16 this past week
Continuing our strong record of eliminating and simplifying job-killing rules, both the Senate and House of Representatives voted to override Gov. Roy Cooper's vetoes of House Bill 56 and Senate Bill 16 this past week
 
The 2017 fall semester has seen the largest freshman class at Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) in five years, and now the overall enrollment numbers have exceeded the admissions goal
The 2017 fall semester has seen the largest freshman class at Elizabeth City State University (ECSU) in five years, and now the overall enrollment numbers have exceeded the admissions goal
 
Four-term state lawmaker Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election in 2018.
Four-term state lawmaker Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) announced Tuesday he will not seek re-election in 2018.
 
WHEREAS, Beaufort County has had a long association with the Albemarle area counties in Senate districting for decades, with all or part of Beaufort County being part of the 1st State Senatorial District.
WHEREAS, Beaufort County has had a long association with the Albemarle area counties in Senate districting for decades, with all or part of Beaufort County being part of the 1st State Senatorial District.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has given a high political profile to the discharge of the GenX chemical compound into the Cape Fear River
Gov. Roy Cooper has given a high political profile to the discharge of the GenX chemical compound into the Cape Fear River
 
State senators are asking Gov. Roy Cooper's administration to answer more than 20 questions in the next five days, as they consider his request for an extra $2.58 million to deal with concerns about a chemical discharge in the Cape Fear River
State senators are asking Gov. Roy Cooper's administration to answer more than 20 questions in the next five days, as they consider his request for an extra $2.58 million to deal with concerns about a chemical discharge in the Cape Fear River
 
Newer     Older »     

HbAD0

 
Back to Top