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One of the engineers of a recent political coup in the North Carolina House of Representatives, Josephus Mavretic, offers a unique behind-the-scenes look at the event.
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Kenneth C. Royall, North Carolina Senate member from Durham, is the recipient of the Citation for Distinguished Public Service.
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634
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The Charlotte Hornets National Basketball Association franchise is having a positive impact on the Queen City's economy.
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638
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George R. Herbert is the mastermind behind the Research Triangle Institute and the recipient of the Citation for Distinguished Citizenship.
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636
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Edwin B. Borden of Goldsboro is president of Borden Manufacturing Company and the newly elected president of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry.
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Lacy Thornburg is State Attorney General and a prospective gubernatorial candidate in 1992.
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640
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Elkin native Wayne Calloway, CEO of PepsiCo, was the speaker at the annual meeting of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry.
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643
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Newly elected, high-ranking state officials James Martin, Jim Gardner, Henson Barnes, and Joe Mavretic intend to work together on issues concerning the state's well-being.
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647
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The Center for Reproductive Medicine in Charlotte is one of the most successful fertility centers in America.
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646
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Taylor stresses the importance of the Governor's mansion in North Carolina history and in the development of Research Triangle Park.
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644
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Triangle East (Rocky Mount, Wilson and Tarboro) forges ahead to bring economic prosperity to largely rural Eastern North Carolina.
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641
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DNS Electronic Materials, Inc. of Research Triangle Park is the world's fifth largest silicon wafer supplier.
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In the past five years, Kinston has led economic development performance in North Carolina.
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