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Archive - Jun 23, 2012

CAA may invade the SoCon

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UNC Wilmington will be the southern most school in the CAA when Georgia State leaves the conference next year. UNC Wilmington may end up with some southern neighbors with possible expansion in the south on the way. Full story...
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Dayton picks up first win against Hammerheads

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The Dayton Dutch Lions hadn't won a game all year in league play until Saturday night. Unfortunately the victory for Dayton came at the expense of the Wilmington Hammerheads even though the Hammerheads had seven more shots than the Dutch Lions. It was Wilmington's second loss in a two day period on the road. Full story...
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Sandusky verdict may restore faith in judicial system, but long way still to go

To the credit of we the media and the American people at large, we didn't dub this "The Trial of the Century."

Dalton, McCrory face off for first time

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videoNorth Carolina is just five months away from electing a new governor, and both men vying for the job are working hard to get your vote. Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton and former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory faced off in their first debate Saturday. Full story...
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NC court grants new trial for man facing life

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The N.C. Court of Appeals has granted a new trial for a man convicted five years ago in the murder of a teenager. Full story...
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Kemp's ridley turtle buries eggs on Outer Banks

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For the third straight year, a Kemp's ridley sea turtle has buried its eggs along the North Carolina seashore before venturing into the ocean. Full story...
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NC wildlife officers to watch for impaired boaters

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Officers with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission are patrolling the state's southeastern waterways and channels as part of an operation designed to educate boaters about the dangers of drinking while out on the water. Full story...
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Ham radio ops set up 24-hour emergency demo

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We're almost a month into Hurricane Season; and since June is typically a quieter month, now is a good time to get yourself ready and learn about the folks who help in severe weather situations. Full story...
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Former N&O sports editor Joe Tiede dies

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Joe Tiede died at age 84 in his Wilmington home on Friday night after several years of declining health. Tiede was known as an astute analyst for his insightful game stories, accuracy and gentle demeanor. Full story...
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