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Archive - Oct 6, 2008

Georgia-Pacific laying off employees

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videoThe trickle down effect of the economic crisis is hitting Columbus County especially hard right now. Full story...
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Local couple back from Hurricane Ike volunteering

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videoIt was a long way to go to help, but that is the way the Red Cross works. A local couple is just back from Texas after aiding victims of Hurricane Ike.

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Louisiana Pacific laying off more employees

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Columbus County is not the only area feeling the affects of the economy. A large construction based company in Wilmington is down sizing as well. Full story...
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New afterschool alternative for kids

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Some Wilmington students had a new place to go after school today. Full story...
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Wachovia bank robbed Monday

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Police said a man tried to cash a check at the Wachovia at Shipyard Boulevard and 17th Street. The teller refused, and as the man was leaving the bank he spotted a bag of money in front of another teller. Full story...
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Clear-cutting amendment vote

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County commissioners will hold a vote to protect trees Monday night. Full story...
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Waccamaw clear-cutting update

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An update on the clear cutting story in Lake Waccamaw at the Cove Canal swamp reveals that the state is offering to buy the proposed land. Full story...
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Winfrey to speak at Duke University commencement

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Second redistricting meeting Monday night

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Monday night New Hanover County schools will hold its second public forum on redistricting. Parents will get to voice their opinions and concerns at Eaton Elementary starting at 6:30 p.m. Full story...
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