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38134
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This museum in Tarboro, opened in 2004, is more than a way to honor Edgecombe veterans from wars spanning the American Revolution to Middle East conflicts. It offers a way of life across the centuries and all military branches. Its 30,000 plus gems include bayonets, Civil War battle flags, a restored WWII jeep, samurai swords, Nazi helmets, and 1,000 photographs.
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39527
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Counties like Nash and Edgecombe, historically agrarian, have been developing a strong manufacturing base in the past few decades. Generating economic and job growth for towns like Rocky Mount and Tarboro are industrial recruiters like Carolinas Gateway Partnership, companies like Tyson Foods, Inc., and projects like the Carolina Connector intermodal rail terminal.
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Business North Carolina (NoCar HF 5001 B8x), Vol. 37 Issue 8, August 2017, p90, 92, 94, 96, 98-101 Periodical Website
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39585
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The advantages of a community college education, in addition to comparatively lower cost, include programs that can offer additional job skills for current career advancement and skills for success in prospective careers. Among the fifty-eight community colleges in North Carolina profiled were Fayetteville Technical, Guilford, Edgecombe, and Pitt.
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40612
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Countering the pressure many high school students experience to get a university degree is the community college alternative. Asserting the practicality of an associate’s degree are reasons why two year colleges benefit North Carolina economically and occupationally. Added as evidence are what North Carolina community colleges such as Central Piedmont, Lenoir, and Alamance in particular offer to the state.