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WRITING NEW CHAPTERS IN SOUTHERN BAPTIST HISTORY

(NNPA)- "So the Thursday after I was elected, I get a call and a voice on the other end says. 'This is the White House, and the President would like to speak with you.' ...

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What is West Nile Virus?

Recently, North Carolina confirmed the first case of and death due to West Nile Virus in 2012. Nationwide there have been more than 390 cases and 8 deaths ...

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Peace Prize Winners Slam ‘Stars Earn Stripes’ for Glorifying War

Seven Nobel Peace Prize winners, including Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu of South Africa, are protesting the new NBC reality show “Stars Earn Stripes, ...

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Time to End ‘Reverse Robin Hood’ Tax Policies

Right before the U.S. House of Representatives left for the summer to go home to campaign for your vote, members of Congress voted to extend the Bush era tax cuts ...

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STATE NEWS BRIEFS, WEEK OF AUGUST 16-22, 2011

Health department experts say the most important months to protect yourself from mosquito bites in North Carolina is August and September. ...

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OBITUARIES, WEEK OF AUGUST 23-29, 2012

Frances McGraw Bunting, William Donnell Foy, Charles Hand, William Howard Jones, Angelica Bentley Clinton, Janice Frink Brown, Edna Loyce Randolph ...

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OBITUARIES, WEEK OF AUGUST 16-22, 2012

Mrs. Rosalind Elizabeth Lennon Rosalind Elizabeth Lennon was born on February 28, 1955, to Mary E. Toomer and the late Robert New.  She was preceded in death by her son, R. Michael Lennon. Rosalind was born and raised with her eight siblings, here in Wilmington, NC.  She was educated in the New Hanover County School System and was a member of Warner Temple AME Zion Church. After settling in her adulthood, R ...

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NOVELLA COURSARIS: A MODEL FOR THE CONGO

Africa is known for its beauty, majesty and vast mineral and lucrative natural resources of gold, diamonds, oil, copper, cobalt, uranium, platinum, and titanium. ...

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Some anti-poverty programs have been successful

Conservatives continue to assert that anti-poverty programs have failed when, in fact, they have saved millions of people from plunging into poverty. ...

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OBITUARIES, WEEK OF AUGUST 9-15, 2012

Wilhelmina Williams Jackson, Connie L. Tindall, Thomas R. Logan, George A. Spicer, Bruce Henry, Willie Conyers, Charles Bullock, Adolph Atwood, Sr. ...

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