John Hood: How facts and values divide us - New Bern Sun Journal
— New Bern Sun Journal John Hood: How facts and values divide us New Bern Sun Journal ... not just the availability and quality of medical services. If we exclude fatal injuries from homicides, car crashes, and industrial accidents, for example, America's average life expectancy is at the top of the list. Already thinking of responses ... and more »
UNCW Named First NC University Subchapter of AUSA's Braxton Bragg Chapter - UNCW News
— UNCW Named First NC University Subchapter of AUSA's Braxton Bragg Chapter UNCW News UNCW is now the first university subchapter of the Braxton Bragg Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) in North Carolina . AUSA, a nonprofit educational and professional development association, works to recognize, support and ... and more »
John Ehle, Who Rooted His Novels in Appalachia, Is Dead at 92 - New York Times
— New York Times John Ehle, Who Rooted His Novels in Appalachia, Is Dead at 92 New York Times John Ehle, whose historical novels set in the Appalachian Mountains were acclaimed for the authenticity of the characters' lives, and whose work for the governor of North Carolina in the 1960s led to significant changes in arts education, died on March ...
PHOTOS: Today in History, April 20 - Shelby Star
— Shelby Star PHOTOS: Today in History, April 20 Shelby Star Today is Friday, April 20, the 110th day of 2018. There are 255 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: In 1999, the Columbine High School massacre took place in Colorado as two students shot and killed 12 classmates and one teacher before ... and more »
John Hood: Six statistics Carolinians should know - New Bern Sun Journal
— New Bern Sun Journal John Hood: Six statistics Carolinians should know New Bern Sun Journal RALEIGH — Since 2010, when voters put Republicans in charge of most state governments across the United States , North Carolina became one of about a half-dozen states where conservative reformers have frequently — and sometimes spectacularly — faced ... and more »
Contemplating the colors of history - Burke County Notebook - Morganton News Herald
— Morganton News Herald Contemplating the colors of history - Burke County Notebook Morganton News Herald Laurie Johnston, curator of the NC Room, said this offered insight into the relationship between the Rutherfords and their slaves. “They must have held their slaves in high regard to give them headstones, because that was really rare,” Johnston said ... and more »
How facts, values divide us - The Robesonian
— The Robesonian How facts, values divide us The Robesonian But I will offer two insights I've drawn from recent experiences with the North Carolina Institute of Political Leadership, which trains those who aspire to elective or appointive office in our state, and with the North Carolina Leadership Forum, a ... and more »
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