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Andrew Jackson \"Buck\" Horne, a 103 year-old veteran of World War I, recalls his experiences in the great war. Horne, a Rocky Mount native, served in England and France.
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Raleigh is home to part-time legislators and full-time bureaucrats who conduct business in such places as the Legislative Building and Big Ed's City Market Restaurant.
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George Denny of Washington, one of the pioneers of radio broadcasting in the 1930s and 1940s, created one of the country's first successful talk shows, \"America's Town Meeting of the Air.\"
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Readers of OUR STATE have voted Elizabeth Dole the \"Most Admired Woman in North Carolina.\" The Salisbury native is president of the American Red Cross and is the wife of Robert Dole, former U.S. Senator and Republican presidential nominee.
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Davidson, in Mecklenburg County, is home to Davidson College and sculptor Tom Clark. It is also a place that enjoys both a unique cooperation between town and gown and the small-town atmosphere of a bygone era.
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Chapel Hill author Lee Smith, whose works include THE LAST DAY THE DOGBUSHES BLOOMED and ORAL HISTORY, speaks of her work and writing in this Dale Brown interview.
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Five of the state's most talented photographers - Hugh Morton, Susan Page, Mark Wagoner, Carolyn DeMerrit, and Roger Manley - are profiled.
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