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The News & Observer
Waves build as Hurricane Jose passes near Outer Banksat the time, talks about the unsolved 1989 murder of Evelyn Williams' outside P
The News & Observer / Posted 4 hours ago
at the time, talks about the unsolved 1989 murder of Evelyn Williams' outside Pinehurst. The case was recently reopened. Wake County school board member Bill Fletcher says the changes elementary schools will need to make will hurt teaching and... Read more
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The News & Observer
Hurricanes, rip currents, sharks and now rattlesnakes?at the time, talks about the unsolved 1989 murder of Evelyn Williams' outside P
The News & Observer / Posted 21 hours ago
at the time, talks about the unsolved 1989 murder of Evelyn Williams' outside Pinehurst. The case was recently reopened. Wake County school board member Bill Fletcher says the changes elementary schools will need to make will hurt teaching and... Read more
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The News & Observer
Mama bear has her paws full with five cubs at Biltmore Estateat the time, talks about the unsolved 1989 murder of Evelyn Williams' outside P
The News & Observer / Posted 22 hours ago
at the time, talks about the unsolved 1989 murder of Evelyn Williams' outside Pinehurst. The case was recently reopened. Wake County school board member Bill Fletcher says the changes elementary schools will need to make will hurt teaching and... Read more
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The News & Observer
New class limits likely to make it harder to get into some Wake elementary schoolsNC class sizes: Students could be kept out of some Wake County schools | News &
The News & Observer / Posted 5 days ago
NC class sizes: Students could be kept out of some Wake County schools | News & Observer Wake County school board member Bill Fletcher says the changes elementary schools will need to make will hurt teaching and learning. T. Keung... Read more
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The News & Observer
Wake County families could face school transfers because of new class-size ruleshave to change schools next year so the district can meet a new state mandate t
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
have to change schools next year so the district can meet a new state mandate to lower class sizes in elementary school. Wake County school board members gave tentative approval Monday to cut back on the number of students who’d be eligible to... Read more

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