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Local horse farmer finds solution to growing hay costs

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The drought continues to worsen here in North Carolina. Because rain isn't falling the price of crops, like hay, are rising. Full story...
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Local support heading out west

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After a prayer and a hug, a group of 13 dedicated volunteers begin their trip to Oklahoma to provide disaster relief to their fellow man. Full story...
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Whiteville considering historic district

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videoHistoric downtown districts can bring people, business, and even tax breaks to an area. That's why Whiteville city leaders are in the process of applying to get the downtown district on the national historic register, which is the boost they think Whiteville needs. Full story...
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New Year... new laws

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videoThe laws were passed over the last year in the State Legislature. They tighten restrictions on everything from recycling to smoking. Full story...
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Fashion Victims Raise $11K For Charity

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Good news concerning some badly dressed people. Full story...
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Turkey farm rules at center of debate

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A turkey farm is the focus of a Columbus County debate. An issue at hand is a change in rules concerning how close turkey houses can be built to property lines. Full story...
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Topsail Exxon sells winning lotto ticket

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videoSomeone who bought a Merry Millionaire lottery ticket at the Topsail Exxon in Hampstead is now just that. Full story...
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NC troops head home in 2008

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It has been a quiet year on North Carolina military bases, with thousands of troops deployed in Iraq in Afghanistan. But that is expected to change in 2008. Full story...
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Local Establishments Stock Up for New Year's Eve

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Many bars around town are trying to make sure their patrons get home safely this "party" weekend. Full story...
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Law Enforcement Officers Ready for Party Weekend

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North Carolina Highway Patrol officers say the roads this weekend may well be more dangerous than New Years Eve. Full story...
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An American Perspective from Pakistan

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The violence and protests that have erupted following Benazir Bhutto's assassination across Pakistan are not affecting the entire country. American journalist Robert Yuna is in Lahore, a city of nine million people in the Punjab province. Full story...
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Christmas treecycling

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According to the National Christmas Tree Association, more than 30 million Christmas trees are sold in North America Each Year. As for the trees that didn't make it into local homes this year, they may make it into local gardens. Full story...
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No housing crisis in Wilmington

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Data from the Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors show that the median home price in the area is up by close to five percent. That's significant when the rest of the country is down 6.2 percent. Full story...
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Holiday Recycling

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What to do with/how to properly discard your Christmas trees, wrapping paper, boxes, etc. Full story...
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Best of 2007

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For this week's online poll, we want to know what you think was the best story of 2007. Full story...
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