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Archive - Nov 15, 2007

Riegelwood officials working to improve emergency response

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videoIt's been almost a year since a tornado touched down in Columbus County, claiming the lives of eight people -- some of which were children. Since the tragedy emergency response officials have worked to improve how they handle disasters. Full story...
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Gas over $3 per gallon, oil companies post huge profits

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The average American is now paying more than $3 a gallon at the pump. At the same time, big oil companies are posting huge profits this quarter. Full story...
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Sewer moratorium taking toll on construction

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The latest figures show New Hanover County's sewer moratorium is taking its toll. Just how much of a construction slowdown are we seeing? Full story...
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New Hanover County commissioners discuss land transfer tax

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Could the land transfer tax end up on a ballot in New Hanover County? Full story...
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Macon wins Carolina Beach mayoral race

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The mayor's race in Carolina Beach is finally over. Joel Macon has been christened the official winner. Full story...
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90 NC hospitals ban smoking

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Local hospitals are doing their part to help keep people healthy by going tobacco-free starting Thursday. Full story...
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Americans spend big on Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is a national day of thanks. But it's also a national day of consumerism. Full story...
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Church turns into toyshop for Operation Christmas Child

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A local church has turned into a toy shop this week, gathering Christmas presents for little boys and girls around the world. It's all a part of Operation Christmas Child. Full story...
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Democrats gear up for Las Vegas debate

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What happens in Vegas, may stay in Vegas, until you decide to run for president. Full story...
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Oak Island pier to close

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News broke this morning that the Yaupon Beach fishing pier will be closing because of financial issues. Full story...
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