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Wednesday | Shelby Shopper And Info

Greenway to teach Basic Drawing Techniques at CC Arts Council

Classes held on July 29th, August 5th, and August 19th from 6:00pm and 8:00 pm Whether you are looking to refine your current skills, learn new skills, or simply brush up and knock off the rust, this is the class for you! Techniques covered include proper use of dry media.


Related Topix: Shelby, NC

Wednesday | The Charlotte Observer

Lail to stay at Elizabeth Lane as principal

Students and staff at Elizabeth Lane Elementary School will have a familiar face as their new principal in the 2014-15 school year.


Related Topix: Charlotte, NC, Matthews, NC

Tue Jul 22, 2014

Brunswick Beacon

Gore leaves lasting legacy

It might have been easier for Edward Mannon Gore to simply live in the shadow of his father, who founded the town where he spent most of his life.


Related Topix: Edward, NC, Brunswick County, NC, Longwood, NC, Brunswick, NC

Jacksonville Daily News

Photography lecture scheduled

The Friday program will feature East Carolina University photography professor Daniel Kariko.


Fri Jul 18, 2014

Kinston Free Press

Teachers visit area industries to help apply concepts to the classroom

A federally funded grant is helping form a partnership between Lenoir County Schools, East Carolina University and STEM East to help math teachers bring real-world concepts into the classroom.


Related Topix: Lenoir County, NC, Family, Adolescents and Pre-Teens, Education Etc.

Customer Interaction Solutions

Trustees Review Fiscal Sustainability Measures, Strategic Planning

GREENVILLE, N.C., July 18 -- East Carolina University issued the following news release: Continuing fiscal challenges were front and center during the regular meeting of the East Carolina University Board of Trustees held July 17-18 at the East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU.


Related Topix: Greenville, NC

Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Daily Advance

Allstaedt - Kirtley

Kirtley Mrs. Donna Allstaedt of Brevard and Mr. and Mrs. Steven Allstaedt of Asheville announce the engagement of their daughter, Ingrid Kathleen Allstaedt of Asheville, to John Charles Kirtley, also of Asheville.


Related Topix: Brevard, NC


On Midrats 20 July 14 - Episode 237: Military Sealift Command - Past, Present and Future

Please join us on 20 July 14 at 5pm Eastern U.S. for Episode 237: Military Sealift Command - Past, Present and Future : Whatever confession of maritime strategy you adhere to, there is one linchpin that all will survive or fail on - the Military Sealift Command.


Related Topix: Campbell University, US Military, US Marine Corps

Sun Journal

Grant will help city conduct architectural study of Dryborough area

Dryborough, New Bern's oldest African-American neighborhood, has been nominated for the National Register of Historic Places, and the city is preparing to do an architectural study in the area.


Related Topix: New Bern, NC

Baltimore Jewish Times

Comfortable with Questioning

Jeffrey Kahn, deputy director at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics, works to create policy that helps people navigate through difficult decisions in the evolving medical and public health fields.


Related Topix: UC Los Angeles, Georgetown University, Medical College of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota, Johns Hopkins University

Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Daily Advance

Weekend kicks off today with art, books

Photo courtesy Arts of the AlbemarleThe Pocosin Arts Metal Guild "Spoon Portrait" exhibit is a featured show this month at Arts of the Albemarle.


Related Topix: Albemarle, NC, Edenton, NC, Elizabeth City, NC, University of Oklahoma

Mon Jul 14, 2014

Mt. Airy News

Chelsy Beverly and Tyler Payne to marry in S...

Todd and Kim Beverly of Mount Airy announce the engagement of their daughter, Chelsy Brooke Beverly of Mount Airy, to Tyler Jordan Payne of Mount Airy.


Related Topix: Mount Airy, NC, Troy, NC

Sun Jul 13, 2014

Sun Journal

Craven residents encouraged to take part in survey

Craven County residents are being invited to participate in an East Carolina University survey about the county's business success and the quality of life in the community.


Related Topix: Craven County, NC, Small Business, Personal Finance, New Bern, NC, Havelock, NC

Daily Mail

Paralyzed bride hits out at online trolls who claim she can't be a...

Paralyzed bride hits out at online trolls who claim she can't be a mom to her surrogate baby because she's quadriplegic as she reveals she's considering donating her remaining embryos to help another couple Rachelle Friedman, 28, became a quadriplegic four years ago after a bridesmaid playfully pushed her into a pool at her bachelorette party ... (more)


Related Topix: Family, Parenting, Knightdale, NC

Rocky Mount Telegram

East Carolina University Tomorrow

East Carolina University Tomorrow starts here NETWORKING ANALYST - ADVANCED Position Number: 908614 East Carolina University is recruiting for an Advanced Networking Analyst to provide technical expertise in the support of network management, security and reporting systems.


Fri Jul 11, 2014

Washington Times

NC quadriplegic awaits birth of first child

In 2010, the action of a friend changed Rachelle Friedman's life when an innocent push into a pool at her bachelorette party left her a quadriplegic.


Related Topix: Wedding

Thu Jul 10, 2014

Watauga Democrat

Touring green

One hundred businesses in the state have obtained the "GreenTravel" certification, and Watauga is third among N.C. counties, with nine certified businesses.


Related Topix: Buncombe County, NC, Asheville, NC, Onslow County, NC

Mississippi Business Journal

Gillespie named UMMCa s chief nursing executive officer

Terri Gillespie, a veteran nursing leader and Children's of Mississippi chief nursing and clinical services officer, has been named the University of Mississippi Medical Center's chief nursing executive officer and chief nursing officer of the adult hospitals.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing, Mississippi, University of Mississippi Medical Center, January

Wed Jul 09, 2014

Arthritis is no excuse to abandon your knitting projects

For those who suffer from arthritis , whether it is osteoarthritis or rheumatoid, there is no reason to stop knitting .


Related Topix: Life, Hobbies, Knitting, Medicine, Arthritis, Health, Greenville, NC

Mountain Xpress

UNC Asheville authorized to make $990,000 in capital improvementsGrady Cooper | 3 mins ago | 10 views

UNC Asheville has been authorized by the state to borrow approximately $990,000 to make needed capital improvements.

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Related Topix: Asheville, NC, Pat McCrory, US Governors, North Carolina State University, Western Carolina University