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Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Monday, January 20, 2020

CHAPEL HILL — The NC High School Athletic Association Board of Directors has ruled that schools must require parents and students to watch a concussion education video known as CrashCourse before the start of each season.

CHAPEL HILL — The NC High School Athletic Association Board of Directors has ruled that schools must require parents and students to watch a concussion education video known as CrashCourse before the start of each season.

Opinion

Tuesday, January 21, 2020
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LETTER

Regarding the immigration removal situation that concerns so many these days, why not research the facts before you start calling the president a racist xenophobe?

Monday, January 20, 2020
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While the other Democratic presidential candidates slug it out and slog through snowy Iowa, Mike Bloomberg is busy planting seeds across the country — and in North Carolina.

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Everyone knows that North Carolina is a closely divided purple state. Everyone knows that in 2020, many statewide races and control of the state legislature will be hotly contested. And everyone knows that with Democrats increasingly dominant in urban areas and Republicans in rural areas, the only real battleground will be in the suburbs.

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What type of mental condition is it when you lose an election and cannot seem to move on? Isn’t there some type of therapy that will help? I’ve heard that a Greek salad has health benefits.

Features

Sunday, January 19, 2020

Tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 20, formally recognizes the contributions of civil rights icon Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Efforts to create a federal holiday honoring King’s legacy were met with decades of legislative resistance.

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There is no doubt that one of the most difficult challenges for military families is the constant moving. When a service member transfers from one duty station to another, it typically means that the family will be moving to another state, across the country, or sometimes even to another country.

Saturday, January 18, 2020
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As director of the Pasquotank County Library, Kellen Whitehurst strives to create an environment where patrons can come to find information, locate both online and print resources and check out their favorite books.