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N.S. Jagannathan is an accountant for Tolaram Fibers whose actions led to a $36 million profit for the company.
Legislators' voting records on important educational issues are provided by the North Carolina Association of Educators.
The Environmental Management Commission voted to grant Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority the eminent domain and water transfer authorities it needs to proceed with the 48-million-gallons-per-day Randleman Lake regional water supply project.
The first phase of research on the economic implications of the proposed water supply watershed protection regulations is underway.
Biological criteria are descriptions of healthy communities of aquatic creatures by which the health of other aquatic communities can be judged.
Recent excavations at the site of the \"new barn\" at Horne Creek Living Historical Farm in Surry County have yielded some interesting finds.
Statistics reveal that the period September through November, 1991, was the seventh driest on record across the entire Southeast.
Susan McLaurin created a sculpture of First Dog Millie presenting the American flag to Santa Claus. McLaurin gave it to the Bushes as a Christmas present.
Members of the Civil Air Patrol celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of the organization in Burlington and Greensboro.
Christmas traditions and activities across the state are as diverse as the citizens of the state.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals affirmed the validity of Pamlico-Tar River Foundation's appeal of a Superior Court decision that denied a contested case hearing on the Cypress Landing permit. Cypress Landing is located at Chocowinity Bay.
A $20 million aquaculture project and a military manufacturing plant may bring revenue to Jacksonville soon. Mayor George Jones is seeking Saudi Arabian investment to procure new businesses.
The late Anne Locher Warner, author and collector of North Carolina folksongs, was posthumously awarded the North Carolina Folklore Society's Brown-Hudson Folklore award.
Wib Gulley, former mayor of Durham, offers his views concerning the Triangle Transit Authority, a regional public transportation agency for Durham, Wake, and Orange Counties.
The North Carolina Association of Educators has recently been embroiled in court battles to protect the right to free speech for teachers.