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Cape Fear Health has teamed up with Campbell University to train doctors and physicians in rural community health. North Carolina’s shortage of medical professionals in rural areas has led to many rural North Carolinians traveling far distances for health care. The residency program, started in 2017, aims to encourage students to stay in rural areas and start small scale practices.
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Reyhan Öner moved from Turkey to Fayetteville in 2013. Following two years of classes and research, she opened a Turkish restaurant to celebrate her heritage. While small, the restaurant offers a “mighty” menu which uses numerous imported ingredients. Overall, the author and owner agree that nothing is Americanized—the food is a true representation of Turkey.
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The Fayetteville branch of KidsPeace offers counseling, therapy, and foster care for children in the Fayetteville area. To raise money for the branch, board members hold an annual chair-ity auction of wooden chairs decorated by local artists. Over the several past years, the auction has steadily generated more funds which now total over $70,000 for the nonprofit.
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The Fayetteville hockey team, once known as the FireAntz, was rebranded as the Marksmen in an effort to revitalize support for the league. The name was chosen in support of service members at Fort Bragg and their relationship with the local community. Other efforts to improve engagement with the community include bringing in new players and a team couch.
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Fayetteville hosted their annual Comic Con event on 21-22 October, 2017. The event, which brought in a number of celebrities from popular shows and movies, attracts fans and cosplayers alike. The article includes some last minute costume suggestions.
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In 2017, Fayetteville residents created an Art Walkabout downtown to showcase local artists and their talent. Held quarterly, various local studios open their doors to visitors. This article details several galleries and their artists in residence.
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Kienitz discusses the history of Fayetteville as told through the city’s street signs. Various roads change names as you drive through town, illustrating the many expansions and modifications the city has experienced over the years. Examples of different areas in town are included.
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Explained by this local historian, whose work experience included museums and a library, were reasons for the layout of streets in Fayetteville. She concluded the layout can be confusing for even town natives. What was easier for her to explain were name origins for roadways such as Green Street and Ottis F. Jones Parkway.
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Answering this question entailed examining the Ancient Christian and pagan origins for a holiday. Noted were the pagan violent roots tamed or Christian influences eliminated through modern day commercialism. From this came the answer: modern day Christians should celebrate the holiday as ancient Christians would have them do.