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It happens at the end of every semester. As final grades are computed and entered, faculty all across the United States hear those inner demons talking. Some expound quite loudly; others merely whisper.
It happens at the end of every semester. As final grades are computed and entered, faculty all across the United States hear those inner demons talking. Some expound quite loudly; others merely whisper.
 
There are personal attributes of mine that I am continuous in my struggle to perfect: Knowing internet traffic and how to collect it, and abject honesty in all things Stan.
There are personal attributes of mine that I am continuous in my struggle to perfect: Knowing internet traffic and how to collect it, and abject honesty in all things Stan.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today.
 
We have heard it time and time again. Teachers are demoralized, depressed, and dissatisfied. If lawmakers do not do something fast, then thousands of teachers will leave the state or the profession.
We have heard it time and time again. Teachers are demoralized, depressed, and dissatisfied. If lawmakers do not do something fast, then thousands of teachers will leave the state or the profession.
 
Several people have asked me where things stand regarding the wind energy matter in Carteret County and Newport, and what do we do next.
Several people have asked me where things stand regarding the wind energy matter in Carteret County and Newport, and what do we do next.
 
With just days remaining until the USDA's February 10 deadline, the backlog of FNS cases (food stamps) has dropped by 92.5 percent since January 23.
With just days remaining until the USDA's February 10 deadline, the backlog of FNS cases (food stamps) has dropped by 92.5 percent since January 23.
 
On November 25, 2013, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report from the Beaufort County Department of Social Services indicating a child had been assaulted at a home on Highway 32 North in Pinetown, NC during a domestic dispute.
On November 25, 2013, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office received a report from the Beaufort County Department of Social Services indicating a child had been assaulted at a home on Highway 32 North in Pinetown, NC during a domestic dispute.
 
Is North Carolina staging a "Carolina Comeback" or plunging into a dark abyss? What is the state of our state? Politico Magazine recently published an article, "The States of our Union....Are Not All Strong," that attempts to answer that question.
Is North Carolina staging a "Carolina Comeback" or plunging into a dark abyss? What is the state of our state? Politico Magazine recently published an article, "The States of our Union....Are Not All Strong," that attempts to answer that question.
 
If one is interested in what realistically passes for total Conservative political discourse in Beaufort County, one must visit the Conservative Republican Club, Thursday Night, February 13.
If one is interested in what realistically passes for total Conservative political discourse in Beaufort County, one must visit the Conservative Republican Club, Thursday Night, February 13.
 
Mrs. Peggy Lucille Paramore Mayo, age 76, a resident of 130 Waterford Place, Washington, NC, died Thursday, February 06, 2014 at her home.
Mrs. Peggy Lucille Paramore Mayo, age 76, a resident of 130 Waterford Place, Washington, NC, died Thursday, February 06, 2014 at her home.
 
Mr. Cleauther Reddick, of 165 Willow Drive, Chocowinity, died January 28, 2014, at his home.
Mr. Cleauther Reddick, of 165 Willow Drive, Chocowinity, died January 28, 2014, at his home.
 
Mrs. Geneva Pearl Jordan, 76, a resident of San Antonio, Texas, and formerly of 5083 Bonnerton Road, Edward, died Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014.
Mrs. Geneva Pearl Jordan, 76, a resident of San Antonio, Texas, and formerly of 5083 Bonnerton Road, Edward, died Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014.
 
Mr. Charles Leon "Charlie" Arnold, age 66, a resident of 100 Farm Lane, Washington, NC, died Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at his home.
Mr. Charles Leon "Charlie" Arnold, age 66, a resident of 100 Farm Lane, Washington, NC, died Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at his home.
 
At the tail-end of a long meeting Monday night (2-3-14) the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners dealt with an interesting issue.
 
On the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we take stock of how the high court has repeatedly twisted the Constitution to undermine family values and to negate the benefits of federalism.
On the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we take stock of how the high court has repeatedly twisted the Constitution to undermine family values and to negate the benefits of federalism.
 
Jean Mills earned two college degrees, taught French and Spanish, and studied and traveled throughout the United States and abroad during her short life.
Jean Mills earned two college degrees, taught French and Spanish, and studied and traveled throughout the United States and abroad during her short life.
 
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) issued the following statement after the release of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) latest report, which estimates that President Obama’s healthcare law will cause the loss of 2.5 million full-time jobs over the next 10 years.
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) issued the following statement after the release of the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) latest report, which estimates that President Obama’s healthcare law will cause the loss of 2.5 million full-time jobs over the next 10 years.
 
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