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Al.com
Murphy linebacker Kendric Haynes approaching senior year with an 'edge'said. "He still averaged 10 tackles a game. But a lot of scouts are saying they
Murphy linebacker Kendric Haynes approaching senior year with an 'edge'
Al.com / Posted 2 days ago
said. "He still averaged 10 tackles a game. But a lot of scouts are saying they want to see what he can do when he is fully healthy again. It's a little frustrating because Kendric didn't have to play. "He went to several doctors to find one who... Read more
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The News & Observer
School lunch bill ‘fundamentally harms’ low-income children, critics saycritics say North Carolina Rep. Alma Adams advocates against proposed nutritio
School lunch bill ‘fundamentally harms’ low-income children, critics say
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
critics say North Carolina Rep. Alma Adams advocates against proposed nutrition bill Critics contend bill would hurt schools’ ability to provide low-income students with meals ‘It fundamentally harms the program’s ability to respond to... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Chesnee councilwoman pursues political, business goalsthat number one is customer service,” he said.

Verhonda Crawford attended

Chesnee councilwoman pursues political, business goals
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 14 days ago
that number one is customer service,” he said.

Verhonda Crawford attended Chesnee elementary, middle and high schools, graduating in 2008.

She played basketball and softball and did track. She was also a cheerleader, class... Read more

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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Erica Brown: I feel that younger people need to step upthe spotlight.

The 37-year-old who calls Spartanburg home spends her wee

Erica Brown: I feel that younger people need to step up
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
the spotlight.

The 37-year-old who calls Spartanburg home spends her weekdays working as a patient navigator for the Healthy Outcomes Program at St. Luke's Free Medical Clinic in Spartanburg. On the second and fourth Mondays of each month,... Read more

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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Erica Brown: I feel that younger people need to step upthe spotlight.

The 37-year-old who calls Spartanburg home spends her wee

Erica Brown: I feel that younger people need to step up
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
the spotlight.

The 37-year-old who calls Spartanburg home spends her weekdays working as a patient navigator for the Healthy Outcomes Program at St. Luke's Hospital in Spartanburg. On the second and fourth Mondays of each month, she... Read more

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The Wilmington Star-News
Wilmington Chamber president steps downgood hands.

"I think I'm most proud of leaving behind a great staff, incr

Wilmington Chamber president steps down
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 1 months ago
good hands.

"I think I'm most proud of leaving behind a great staff, incredible leadership and a chamber that is as healthy as it's ever been," she said. "It's a good time for me to step away."

'Shock and surprised'

With... Read more

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The News & Observer
UNC faculty group criticizes low tuition plansends a letter to legislators and Margaret Spellings Proposal could deliver fi
UNC faculty group criticizes low tuition plan
The News & Observer / Posted 1 months ago
sends a letter to legislators and Margaret Spellings Proposal could deliver financial and identity blows to minority schools, group says Bill sponsor says tuition loss would be covered by the state A UNC system faculty group has raised... Read more

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