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Drought is creeping into western North Carolina, with parts of four mountain counties now considered in a severe drought.
Tropical Storm Ana probably washed out whatever plans you had last weekend, but could it also put a damper on some of your summer picnic traditions?
North Carolina wildlife managers have given farmers in Haywood County the go-ahead to shoot and kill elk found on their land.
The Jacksonville Daily News reported that farmers have reported the coyotes are eating watermelons.
Hundreds of black farmers in North Carolina who say they were unfairly denied loans and other assistance for years from the Agriculture Department are taking steps to claim their share of a $1 billion settlement.
An advocacy group is using the traditional Mexican holiday known as the Day of the Dead to bring attention to the deaths of migrant farmworkers in North Carolina.
Farmers in Henderson County fear the worst as milk prices fall. They say a drastic drop in the price of milk could force them out of business.
59 North Carolina counties, including New Hanover, Bladen, Brunswick, Pender and Columbus counties are now designated disaster areas.
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