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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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