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Archive - Jun 8, 2009

Suspected H1N1 case at New Hanover High School

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The list is getting longer of suspected cases of the H1N1 virus in New Hanover County. A student at New Hanover High School is the latest person believed to have the virus. The student was not in school today and the case has not yet been confirmed to be H1N1. Full story...
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National Wireless Safety Week underway

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videoToday kicks off National Wireless Safety Week, highlighting safer ways to operate cell phones, PDA's and other devices that could send us spinning into a ditch, or worse, into other drivers. Full story...
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D&E Dodge to close tomorrow amidst auto industry troubles

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videoSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has temporarily delayed Chrysler's sale to Fiat. Meantime the clock is ticking for a local auto dealer. Barring a last minute legal miracle, D&E Dodge's days in the Chrysler family are over as of Tuesday. Full story...
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Pender deputy demoted surrounding animal abuse cases

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Sergeant Michael Lewis was demoted after he helped rescue malnourished horses in the Hampstead area. Today, Sheriff Smith cited two other incidents where he claims Lewis took over animal abuse cases without informing animal control. Full story...
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Soldier visits local elementary school

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This weekend, Leroy Cain returned home after a 15-month deployment in Iraq. Today, Cain stopped by his son Chris’ fifth-grade class at Belville Elementary to show his appreciation. Full story...
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Pender County prepares for possible budget cuts

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School leaders in Pender County have been working on a budget plan, preparing the county for an 11 percent reduction in state funding. Full story...
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NHC high schoolers given dress code

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There will be some sharp-dressed students in New Hanover County high schools next year. Students in public high schools will have to adhere to a new dress code in the fall. Full story...
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N.C. State fires Easley

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On Monday, UNC System President Erskine Bowles announced Mary Easley's termination from her $170,000 a year job, shortly after the school's chancellor resigned. Full story...
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