Billy Graham Went From Tent Revivals to the White House - U.S. News & World Report
— U.S. News & World Report Billy Graham Went From Tent Revivals to the White House U.S. News & World Report ... and other ailments, died at his home in North Carolina on Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018. He was 99. (AP Photo/ John Bazemore, File) The Associated Press. By RACHEL ZOLL and JONATHAN DREW, Associated Press. MONTREAT, N.C. (AP) — As a young man, he ... Billy Graham: The evangelist pastor's life in pictures NBCNews.com Montreat reacts to Billy Graham's death Black Mountain News Billy Graham reached millions through his crusades. Here's how he did it, USA TODAY The Daily Herald - Minneapolis Star Tribune all 1,543 news articles »
John Hood: States can lead on roads - New Bern Sun Journal
— New Bern Sun Journal John Hood: States can lead on roads New Bern Sun Journal Every resident of the United States also resides in a smaller jurisdiction capable of raising and spending revenue. Over the past decade, our own state of North Carolina has become a national leader in tackling its infrastructure needs. Over three ... and more »
Virginia Senators Join Bid for the 2026 FIFA World Cup - WVNS-TV
— Virginia Senators Join Bid for the 2026 FIFA World Cup WVNS-TV WASHINGTON, DC - Virginia Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine joined a bipartisan letter in support of the World Cup being held in the United States , Canada and Mexico. The letter, signed by 44 Senators to President Trump expressing support for United ... and more »
Moore, Laurence John - Roanoke Times
— Roanoke Times Moore, Laurence John Roanoke Times May 7, 1938 February 14, 2018 Laurence John Moore, 79, passed away on February 14, 2018 in Raleigh, N.C. , due to complications from dementia. He was born in Greeley, Colo., on May 7, 1938 to the late John Harold Moore and Ruth Anderson (Matthews) Moore ...
Answer Man: Is ticket scalping legal in North Carolina? - Asheville Citizen-Times
— Asheville Citizen-Times Answer Man: Is ticket scalping legal in North Carolina ? Asheville Citizen-Times Real answer: The North Carolina Attorney General's Office gave me the short answer on this one. "Online ticket resales are permitted as long as they adhere to statue N.C.G.S. 14-344.1, which permits resale of tickets 'at a price greater than the price ...
How some presidents spent their birthdays - Asheboro Courier Tribune
— How some presidents spent their birthdays Asheboro Courier Tribune Since then, only six other men have marked their half-century while president of the United States . - For his 52nd birthday, Franklin Roosevelt hosted a toga party in the White House. He dressed as Caesar and first lady Eleanor Roosevelt dressed as the ... and more »
Johnson, Albert Richard - Greensboro News & Record
— Greensboro News & Record Johnson, Albert Richard Greensboro News & Record Mr. Johnson graduated from Needham Broughton High School in Raleigh, NC and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After serving in the United States Marine Corps, he operated Pearson Music Company in Greensboro for 40 years. In ...
Billy Graham dies: 'America's Pastor,' adviser to presidents - Houston Chronicle
— Houston Chronicle Billy Graham dies: 'America's Pastor,' adviser to presidents Houston Chronicle All told, he was the most widely heard Christian evangelist in modern history. "Graham is a major historical figure, not merely to American evangelicals, but to American Christianity in general," said Bill Leonard, a professor at Wake Forest University ... Billy Graham gave more than prayer to presidents Hawaii Tribune Herald Evangelist Billy Graham dies at age 99; reached millions whnt.com 'America's Pastor' Billy Graham dies The Japan News all 457 news articles »
North Carolina can lead on roads - The Wilson Times
— The Wilson Times North Carolina can lead on roads The Wilson Times Every resident of the United States also resides in a smaller jurisdiction capable of raising and spending revenue. Over the past decade, our own state of North Carolina has become a national leader in tackling its infrastructure needs. Over three ... and more »
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