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America's only planned state capital is poised for a promising tomorrow. Fayetteville Street was once the heart of Raleigh's social life, a classic picture of Main Street, USA, and it was there that the modern-day Raleigh began taking shape, and from there radiates a lively city center.
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It's foaling season on Shackleford Banks, a sandy natural haven in the Cape Lookout National Seashore, located a few miles out from Beaufort. The first foal of spring brought the total number of Shackleford horses to 123. According to scientists who study the horses regularly, there are 22 harems and five bachelor bands. This hardy breed is believed to be descendants of Spanish stock brought over by early explorers and later abandoned.
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Allen discusses the governance of the University of North Carolina education system, and the most appropriate plans for a brighter future.
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