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The original country music outlaw was and still is an unabashed iconoclast in a world of conformity
The original country music outlaw was and still is an unabashed iconoclast in a world of conformity
 
According to the latest federal statistics, North Carolina's economy is surging and has become one of the nation's pacesetters
According to the latest federal statistics, North Carolina's economy is surging and has become one of the nation's pacesetters
 
Washington Police has identified the victim in yesterdays shooting as Cortez Lavon Ebron, age 26, of Washington N.C.
Washington Police has identified the victim in yesterdays shooting as Cortez Lavon Ebron, age 26, of Washington N.C.
 
Mr. Edmond "Poo Poo" Rogers of 70 Mallison Harvey Rd., Washington, died Friday, October 16, 2015 at his home. The family will receive friends at the home.
Mr. Edmond "Poo Poo" Rogers of 70 Mallison Harvey Rd., Washington, died Friday, October 16, 2015 at his home. The family will receive friends at the home.
 
Dana Vaughn Hollowell, age 64, a resident of 242 Maules Point Road, Blounts Creek died Monday October 19, 2015 at his home.
Dana Vaughn Hollowell, age 64, a resident of 242 Maules Point Road, Blounts Creek died Monday October 19, 2015 at his home.
 
Since the World War II era, workers have benefited from a rather large implicit tax subsidy on health coverage provided by their employers. Every dollar an employee spends from earned income is taxed, but every dollar spent on health care is not. Those who purchase health plans on their own lose...
Since the World War II era, workers have benefited from a rather large implicit tax subsidy on health coverage provided by their employers. Every dollar an employee spends from earned income is taxed, but every dollar spent on health care is not. Those who purchase health plans on their own lose...
 
Now 70, I feel time is too short for useless debates and I need to make final decisions about investments, religion, and all other subjects.
Now 70, I feel time is too short for useless debates and I need to make final decisions about investments, religion, and all other subjects.
 
Conservatives seeking inspiration, guidance, and perhaps a few words of caution can find all that in "Conservative Heroes," the latest book from Raleigh businessman and author Garland S. Tucker III.
Conservatives seeking inspiration, guidance, and perhaps a few words of caution can find all that in "Conservative Heroes," the latest book from Raleigh businessman and author Garland S. Tucker III.
 
When my daily email from A Word a Day (AWAD) came across the wire one morning, the word for that day was mot juste. Such a fancy word with a delightful pronunciation, mo ZHOOST.
When my daily email from A Word a Day (AWAD) came across the wire one morning, the word for that day was mot juste. Such a fancy word with a delightful pronunciation, mo ZHOOST.
 
When our legislature voted to consolidate the traditional May Primary Election with the March 15th Presidential Primary they may have driven a nail in the coffins of political parties in our state.
When our legislature voted to consolidate the traditional May Primary Election with the March 15th Presidential Primary they may have driven a nail in the coffins of political parties in our state.
 
The Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman died back in 2006, but his ideas live on through the annual Friedman Legacy of Freedom Day. The John Locke Foundation helped mark that day this year with help from Dr. Edward Lopez, professor of economics and BB&T distinguished professor of...
The Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman died back in 2006, but his ideas live on through the annual Friedman Legacy of Freedom Day. The John Locke Foundation helped mark that day this year with help from Dr. Edward Lopez, professor of economics and BB&T distinguished professor of...
 
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