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The North Carolina Community College System is poised to become a national leader in career and college readiness
March's honored character trait at Beaufort County Community College was "Trustworthy," someone who demonstrates a commitment to uphold responsibilities placed on them by others.
Lt. Gov. Dan Forest will be turning his attention to a Campus Free Expression Act meant to protect free speech on UNC system campuses, strike down restrictive speech codes, and punish those who attempt to stifle public discourse.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that the State is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Darius Revel Robinson of 124 Southwood Drive, Louisburg, N.C.
Jewel's "Picking Up the Pieces" Tour, showcased March 19, 2016 at Durham's Carolina Theater, is ancillary to her autobiography, "Never Broken", which is at the nexus of her every one woman show; it is her all consuming theme projected well, her life as a poetic masterpiece.
Why we name our children what we name them is impossible to explain but I'll try.
Rice Patch Creek Preserve may be Beaufort County's newest neighborhood; however, this new homestead set in the hills of the Chocowinity Bay watershed is definitely on a true course to become one of the region's most natural and unique places to live.
Chief Justice John Roberts has allowed the lower court ruling on North Carolina's congressional districts stand.
In a surprise move, the actual elected chairman of the state Republican Party resurfaced to comment on the issues we raised in yesterday's post on the upcoming NCGOP convention.
A frustrated parent. A frustrated teacher. And a frustrated education policy-maker. That pretty well sums up the field of Republican candidates for state education superintendent who made their way to Pinehurst Thursday night for a candidate forum.
What started out as a mission to tweak a few districts to bring the 1st and 12th congressional districts in line has resulted in radical change for a lot more voters and some political favors (as well as hits).
We lost a great man this weekend. He was one of the few souls left in our nation's capital who still believed our Constitution is worth respecting and paying attention to.
It's been a four year wait, but it looks like we're finally seeing the Cooper regime at the Department of Justice DO SOMETHING.
I had the chance, for the first time ever, to communicate directly with the chairman of the NCGOP.
Due to a drop in full-time equivalent (FTE) students, Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) is making a necessary ten percent budget cut across the board.
Novice quilters in a new class at Beaufort County Community College will have new fabrics and sewing supplies thanks to a recent donation by the Pamlico River Quilters' Guild.
Beaufort County Community College TRIO students joined TRIO students from North and South Carolina for the Charlotte Hornets TRIO Day on March 12, 2016
Gamma Beta Phi, the honor society at Beaufort County Community College, inducted new members into its organization on March 23, 2016
At first Emily Rukundo thought it was a joke. Three months after earning her Bachelor's degree in Social Science, Rukundo's sister approached her sister with an opportunity to study in the United States through Friendship Force
The following classes and workshops are offered through the Continuing Education Department.
Over a year ago, Beaufort County Community College started an Agribusiness program. Already off to a terrific start, the program is expected to grow by ten percent each year
MDC representatives Stephanie Saunders and Jenna Braun visited Beaufort County Community College on Tuesday, March 15 to review the progress made by the College's Beau-Fitt program.
Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) will be holding its first Public Safety Weekend from March 4- March 6, 2016. Fire, EMS and law enforcement personnel can take advantage of the classes to fulfill their annual training requirements locally.
he Greenville Museum of Art recently awarded Heea Crownfield first place in its biennial juried exhibition. The exhibit opened on February 5 and runs through April 24, 2016.
On Thursday, March 10, college officials and political figures cut the ribbon on the Washington County Center, bringing Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) classes to a permanent location in the county.
Socialist/Democrat Bernie Sanders, elected many times and sworn to protect and defend a U.S. Constitution that he does not have the cognitive resources to understand, believes that the Second Amendment is about hunting game.
Forget the stories that Hillary has the Democrat nomination sewed up, and Socialist Bernie is just spinning his political wheels because her Democrat coronation is in place because of the party scam of Super Delegates, Hillary's Democrat nomination is far from certain.
Donald J. Trump is a phenomenon, he is a esoteric political wonderment, and I just don't care anymore.
American Democrats' first really cool president, Barack Hussein Obama, has now achieved near normalized relations with Communist, dictatorial Cuba.
Only in the headline nation of the storied western World, the only world of living creatures that we are fully aware of, can there will be an impending election of a possibly good People, where the election will be, inarguably, a political 'race to the bottom'.
Houston! We have a problem. Well, actually it's not just Houston. It's Atlanta, New York, Philly, Detroit, LA, Portland, Miami, and every single city, town, village, and hamlet in the USA.
There is something I find interesting well actually, I find it evil and ignorant and sinister. Yes, sinister. It is something I heard liberals say over the past week or so and it was said on the air on national radio.
Well, 2016 is here and let me state the obvious. 2015 is now in the history books and we can look back at it and learn from it.
Following "Super Tuesday," both political parties are wondering how they can survive their nominees, while North Carolinians are pondering the impact on our state.
We've talked for decades about healthcare reform but the only significant attempt to change the skyrocketing costs of health insurance, escalating pharmaceutical costs and deepening dissatisfaction has been Obamacare.
The circus came to Raleigh this week - not the farewell tour of thick-skinned pachyderms - but one in which other elephants were in the center ring.
The Emerging Issues Forum always puts a microscope on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead and this year's event was no exception.
If there is one conclusion to be reached from this year's reality TV presidential circus it's that we must change the way we select nominees.
The 2016 election cycle is one of the wildest and strangest we've seen, especially the presidential contests. In recent days these campaigns have raised interesting questions about protest and disruption.
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