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for The State Vol. 63 Issue 8, Jan 1996
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Between 1989 and 1995, the North Carolina Wildlife Commission transplanted otters to the state's western waterways. For the first time since the 1930s, otters are living again in eleven of the state's western watersheds.
No longer just a mill town, Mooresville in Iredell County is developing economically through foreign and domestic businesses and real estate growth.
Emeline Pigott of Morehead City not only cared for wounded and ill Confederate soldiers during the Civil War, but also spied on Union troops and delivered war supplies for the Southern cause.
Among the collectibles that the late Emmett Wiggins placed on his Edenton property is the Roanoke River Lighthouse. Well over 100 years old, the rare lighthouse is thought to be one of the last in the state.