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Archive - Jun 2011

Tabor City man charged with kidnapping, raping child

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Police charged 49-year-old Calvin Sherwood Watts with kidnapping, rape and three counts of sexual offense. They say the charges stem from an incident involving an 11-year-old girl Saturday night or Sunday morning. Full story...
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Civil War, WWII ships researched in NC, VA waters

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Submerged World War II shipwrecks in North Carolina and Civil War shipwrecks in Virginia are being analyzed in new ways that could allow the public to view their conditions in much more detail than even diving at some of the sites could provide. Full story...
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Report: merging NC community colleges would save

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video A proposal to consolidate community colleges in the state has many college leaders split on the idea. The General Assembly's Program Evaluation Division says merging several colleges into a larger neighboring school would save about $5 million a year. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. man wanted for armed robbery

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Brunswick County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man in the Ocean Isle Beach area they say was involved in an armed robbery at a convenient store in Sunset Beach earlier this month. Full story...
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Recipe for safe food: Clean, cook, chill, separate

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The government has a new recipe for raising awareness of safe food handling: Clean. Cook. Chill. Separate. Full story...
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NC wildfire is now contained, but still burns

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A wildfire that's been burning in Dare County since May 5 has now been fully contained. Full story...
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NC coastal jetties construction bill to become law

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Gov. Beverly Perdue has agreed to loosen North Carolina's 25-year-old policy of preventing the construction of jetties designed to trap sand and protect coastline homes and other buildings from beach erosion. Full story...
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Governor plans summit at Fort Bragg

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Gov. Beverly Perdue plans to meet with residents in four North Carolina military communities and then hold a statewide summit on issues resulting from the 2005 base realignment program. Full story...
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