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Tar Heel, North Carolina is located in Bladen County. Zip codes in Tar Heel, NC include 28392.

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After University Of North Carolina Takeover, Radical Islamists Issue Extreme Sexual Contact Fatwa

The group of radical Islamists who captured the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill late last month has issued a fatwa mandating that all sexual relations between students must now be subject to a rigid and highly legalistic set of contract requirements. The impressively draconian, 19-page fatwa represents the first major policy shift at the taxpayer-funded school since the bloody conquest of the flagship campus in August by the Tar Heel Liberation Jihad Brigade.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Charlotte 49ers

Golf Finishes Tar Heel Intercollegiate in 11th

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. Charlotte golf concluded play in the 2014 Tar Heel Intercollegiate in 11th place after another tough round on Sunday afternoon. The Niners posted a final round of 300 as a team to wrap up their second tournament in a week at 874.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Chattanoogan.com

UTC Golfer's Tied For Third At Tar Heel Intercollegiate

The native of St. Andrews, Scotland, missed his collegiate career low card by a single shot firing a 4-under par 68 in the opening round of the Tar Heel Intercollegiate.

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WRAL.com

Even before concert, Farm Aid pays off in NC

Since 1985, Farm Aid has raised more than $45 million to help family farmers, and Mikey Bissette, of Nash County, is among them. Bissette fits the mold.

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Business Journal

N.C. slips, but still among top states for doing business, survey says

North Carolina still ranks among the top states for doing business, according to Area Development Magazine 's fifth annual survey of site consultants, despite tumbling several spots this year. The Tar Heel State is at No.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Richmond County Daily Journal

Sen. McLaurin thanks Richmond County veterans

Daily JournalState Sen. Gene McLaurin, D-Richmond, talks at a table with Richard Lunceford and other veterans before giving a speech to the full group at the Hamlet Senior Center on Wednesday. Daily JournalState Sen. Gene McLaurin, D-Richmond, talks at a table with Richard Lunceford and other veterans before giving a speech to the full group at the Hamlet Senior Center on Wednesday.

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Island Gazette Newspaper Online

Green is where the Heart Is for September 3rd, 2014

Born in North Carolina and schooled in Virginia, Linda Hartman met her husband at the Navel Academy and moved around the country until their return to her home state 12 years ago.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Bladen Journal

Bladen County Sheriff's Office

Deputies with the Bladen County Sheriff's Office answered a total of 76 calls from the public between Sept. 3 and Sept.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Examiner.com

Literary trails: A companion for North Carolina Piedmont paddlers and seekers

Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont: A Guidebook by Georgann Eubanks, The University of North Carolina Press; North Carolina: First Edition , Paperback: 472 pages, $19.80 , $12.49 reviewed by John Hall In addition to its natural beauty and other attractions, North Carolina's Piedmont has rich literary heritage. Georgann Eubanks' Literary Trails of the North Carolina Piedmont, according to one reviewer "Rolls out that legacy in eighteen guided tours that spotlight sites explored by more than 200 Tar Heel authors.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Roll Call

'Woodhouse Divided' a " The Real Life Political Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots

The documentary "Woodhouse Divided" illustrates the political divide between the real life political version of the Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots: the Woodhouse brothers, Brad and Dallas. Brad, the former communications director for the Democratic National Committee and current honcho of Americans United For Change, and Dallas, former director of the North Carolina chapter of Americans For Prosperity and currently heading up Carolina Rising, are deeply steeped in politics, both nationally and in the Tar Heel State.

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The Washington Post

Watch the U.S. quit smoking over 40 years

For almost three decades, from the late 1950s to the late 1980s, Americans consumed an average of more than 125 packs of cigarettes a year. But the combination of higher taxes on tobacco products and more education on the dangers of smoking has led to a precipitous decline in the number of people who light up.

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Sister Toldjah

#NCSEN: GOP nominee Tillis fires back over "mansplaining" nonsense

Thom Tillis, the Republican running for a North Carolina Senate seat that could well decide the majority in the Senate, has been pilloried since last week's debate by Democrats who see him as a condescending "man-splainer" who played into gender stereotypes. But in his first comments on the controversy, the Republican state House speaker was unrepentant in a sit-down interview on the campaign trail, chalking up the firestorm to Democrats playing gender politics to boost Sen. Kay Hagan.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

University of North Carolina

Craven Scores Another Game Winner To Down VCU

Three wins so far for No. 5 North Carolina in 2014, and three game-winning goals for Andy Craven.

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Island Gazette Newspaper Online

Green is where the Heart Is for September 3rd, 2014

Born in North Carolina and schooled in Virginia, Linda Hartman met her husband at the Navel Academy and moved around the country until their return to her home state 12 years ago.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Tribune/The Tribune Advertiser

Elkin Zaxby's holds grand opening

A Southeast favorite for chicken fingers and wings and one of the nation's fastest-growing restaurant chains, Zaxby's is celebrating the grand opening of its first location in Elkin on Monday by giving away a Fanatic Pack of 52 FREE Dealz - meaning a year of free Zaxby's - to the first 100 guests. Located at 540 CC Camp Road, the restaurant will operate 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

University of North Carolina

Camille Little, A Lifelong Tar Heel Fan

This article appears in the September/October 2014 issue of FCA Magazine. To view the issue in its entirety digitally, click here: Sept/Oct 2014 Digital I grew up in the heart of basketball country-Winston-Salem, North Carolina-with my dad, Robert; my mom, Elaine; and my older sister, Brandii.

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Independent Weekly

Hopscotch, Night One: Anticipation and expectations

In large part, the reputation of Hopscotch has depended on the festival's desire to deliver the unexpected-to engage experimental music enthusiastically, to coerce different styles into the same space, to rupture the sense of ease that a general-interest, expensive-ticket event can foster. Last night, during a two-hour, pre-festival party limited to those who indeed bought the priciest tickets or boosted the festival with corporate sponsorships, Hopscotch flaunted that side of its personality without shame.

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Townhall

Game On: Hagan and Tillis Duke It Out In First Senate Debate

On Wednesday night, Sen. Kay Hagan and North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis duked it out in their first debate moderated by CBS News' Norah O'Donnell. One thing was clear: both weren't the best debaters.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Business Journal

Carrboro spices up farmers' market with first pepper fest

The pepper season is a long one - sold from August until October. Organizers of the market say they have been wanted to hold a pepper fest for several years, according to the Daily Tar Heel .

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Jacksonville Daily News

Project advances but no firm timeline yet for offshore wind farm

The federal government recently identified more than 307,000 acres off the North Carolina coast for potential wind-energy development, the most significant step toward commercial wind power in the Tar Heel State.

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