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George R. Herbert is the mastermind behind the Research Triangle Institute and the recipient of the Citation for Distinguished Citizenship.
Edwin B. Borden of Goldsboro is president of Borden Manufacturing Company and the newly elected president of North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry.
Keever assesses the impact of Interstate 40 on the economy of Wilmington.
Lacy Thornburg is State Attorney General and a prospective gubernatorial candidate in 1992.
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.
Keever profiles Wilkes County, one of North Carolina's smallest, populated with almost 63,000 individuals, yet at the same time able to grow and develop blue chip companies like Holly Farms, Lowe's and others.