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Ending gerrymandering would improve voting equality

May 2015
By Bob Phillips

Your state lawmakers working in Raleigh this legislative session have one main task and that is to write and adopt a state budget which technically must be approved by July 1, the end of the fiscal year. 621 more words

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Psychological Hostage by Kelsey Palmer

(Writing a guest column today is Kelsey Palmer.)

Psychological Hostage

Abuse, malefaction, molestation, violation, physical, mental, trauma, Rape. This is not an unknown word among us. 1,008 more words


Editorial: Have fun, go to the Firemen's Ball

It may be a bit unusual for an editorial to start with “hey, go out and have fun next Saturday.” But “hey” that is what you should consider doing. 272 more words

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Baseball History: Rick Monday, An American Hero

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the initial Major League Baseball free agent draft.

The first draft in 1965 had 814 players selected, according The Sporting News Baseball Guide from a year later. 462 more words

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Nursing Models for the Future: Acknowledging the Political Nature of Nursing

Adeline Falk-Rafael, PhD, RN, FAAN in her guest editorial for the current issue of ANS makes a strong case for nursing models that ground practice in our own disciplinary knowledge, and makes nursing work visible and credible.   528 more words

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Baseball History: Stolen Moments

It happened last week.

How did I miss it? I suppose not caring is at the top of the list.

New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez… 440 more words

Baseball History

Lawmakers proposing ferry bills should visit Ocracoke

A recent article in Raleigh’s The News & Observer reported on Senate Transportation Committee chairman, Sen. Bill Rabon’s legislative proposal to charge Ocracoke residents a $150 fee for a priority pass and, if passed, would become effective July 15. 618 more words

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