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31283
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For the past five years, public school enrollment in North Carolina has had a net growth of 99,201 pupils. More than 52% of this growth was concentrated in only the five fastest growing counties (Mecklenburg, Guilford, Cumberland, Forsyth, and Wake), and 90% of the growth in only 25 of the state's 100 counties. There have been decreases in the number of pupils over the same five year period in counties such as Johnston, Madison, Cherokee, Yancey, and Avery.
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31285
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The North Carolina turkey production has hit an optimistic note with figures that show the state is up 58% over 1963. This puts the turkey crop at a total of 4.3 million birds, a new record for the state, which also places North Carolina at number 8 in turkey producing states.
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31284
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North Carolina is the home of a wide variety of game, both big and small. From bear and deer to boar and waterfowl, hunting in the state ranges from local to statewide, and North Carolina manages wildlife areas and provides for privately-controlled hunting preserves.
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