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Dare County Clerk of Court Dean Tolson has been appointed by North Carolina Senate Leader Phil Berger as a public member of the State Community Corrections Advisory Board.
Incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan holds a steady lead over her Republican challenger with Election Day just days away, according to the latest Elon University Poll.
Once again on Nov. 4 voters must search their American soul, exercise their ability to reason, and grasp the endearment of God's given right to mankind, the gift of freedom.
There appears to be no escape from the cascade of political fliers filling our mailboxes this election season, and they continue to grow and breed. In the beginning, there were postcards, which tend to give you that warm, wish-you-were here feeling.
Single-celled organisms found in a water sample belong to a group of ciliated protozoans, and large colonies of the species have been known to change ocean water to a brick red color.
With 20 years under his belt in the 3rd Congressional District, Republican U.S. Rep. Walter B. Jones holds a distinct advantage in his campaign for re-election. But Marshall Adame, his Democratic challenger, has plenty of depth in his own right, offering broad experience as a U.S. Marine and State Department adviser. Despite their party labels, Read More...
Winds gusting to gale force from the northwest Saturday could bring soundside flooding to Hatteras and Ocracoke islands, the coldest temperatures of the season for the entire region and snow in the mountains.
Barnacle was to be released off Coquina Beach Wednesday but will remain at the Sea Turtle Assistance and Rehabilitation center on Roanoke Island until the algae dissipates or is confirmed as non-toxic.
Nags Head freelance writer and photographer Ed Beckley and his wife, Bobbie, were shuttled with other media close to the launch pad forTuesday's liftoff of a supply craft bound for the International Space Station.
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