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Archive - May 16, 2007

Cape Fear Literacy Council works to end adult illiteracy in our area

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Reading is a skill you may take for granted, but there are people in our area who don't know how. A local literacy organization is dedicated to teaching those who can't read. Full story...
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School Superintendent Resigns

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After nine years as the New Hanover County Schools Superintendent Dr. John Morris is resigning. The announcement came after a good review Tuesday night by the school board. Full story...
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Septic tanks offer sewer moratorium alternative

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You may be able to work around the sewer hook-up moratorium in New Hanover County. One alternative is septic tanks. Full story...
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Second Republican debate contentious

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The three leading Republican presidential candidates worked to establish their conservative credentials in a debate among ten candidates last night in Columbia. Full story...
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Hearing begins for retired soldier charged in 1985 triple murder

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Military prosecutors at Fort Bragg today will try a retired Army master sergeant on charges he killed an Air Force captain's wife and daughters. Full story...
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Fort Bragg-based soldier from N.C. killed in Pakistan

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An 82nd Airborne Division Major from North Carolina was killed in Pakistan this week. Full story...
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MySpace says it won't give sex offender data to attorneys general

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MySpace.com says it won't comply with a request by attorneys general from eight states to hand over the names of registered sex offenders who use their Web site. Full story...
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Committee spars over gays' inclusion on list of bully targets

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Lawmakers hit a snag today in efforts to make schools adopt policies to combat bullying. Full story...
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Earnhardt docked 100 points, crew chief fined, suspended

Dale Earnhardt Junior has been docked 100 points and his crew chief fined and suspended for six races for an illegal part at Darlington Raceway. Full story...

Edwards: hedge fund job shouldn't overshadow his work on poverty

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Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards argues that his work for a hedge fund shouldn't overshadow his efforts on poverty and other issues after the 2004 campaign. Full story...
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