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for Carolina Country Vol. 3 Issue 4, Apr 1971
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Medical professionals tend to seek jobs in city hospitals, but they are also needed in rural areas and small towns. Several anonymous general practitioners comment on their problems and their satisfactions of the medical profession in rural North Carolina.
Ten years ago, the rural Cofield community in Hertford County was poor and making little progress in development. With the help of the Farmers Home Administration and others, Cofield is moving forward in community development. They have expanded educational opportunities, installed a water system, promoted home improvement and employment programs, and initiated a garbage pick-up service.
At the 29th annual meeting of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, rural electric leaders, including representatives of North Carolina’s electric membership, considered the dimensions of the energy crisis. This article discusses how North Carolina plans to find solutions in obtaining an adequate supply of dependable, economical electric power.