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Before Fort Bragg was Fort Bragg, the area was home to Camp Bragg, but what was there before the establishment of Camp Bragg? Get on...
During a recent campus-wide convocation, I talked about the importance of partnerships to the community and to Methodist University. These...
A month filled with pumpkins and ghosts, October is known for both fright and fun. Whether your aim is a scary adventure or a...
Education is the key to success, and a passion for reading makes education that much easier. It is for this reason that for nine...
'Tis the Season I cannot imagine any living, breathing American over school age not knowing that this is a presidential election year and...
Eminent domain is broadly understood as the power of the state to seize private property without the owner’s consent. Historically, the...
Almost 5 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s disease; 15 million are caregivers. Is someone you love dealing with...
The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra kicks off the 2012-2013 season with a program that is out of this world. Out of this World is the...
Let the games begin … Scotland County will hold its 4th Annual Highland Games on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the historic John Blue House...
More Americans are born in September and October than in any other months, and it does not take a rocket scientist or a brain surgeon to...
Resident Evil: Retribution (Rated R) 2 Stars Before the movie begins, a trailer for a movie due out next year called Mama makes me just...
Take a Peek at a New Release This week we will get a sneak peek at the new WOW Hits release, find out where in the world the Passion worship...
The 39th Annual Economic Outlook Symposium will be held at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 25, at Embassy Suites of Fayetteville. The...
There are few things sweeter than a new baby — and few things more heartbreaking than a baby in crisis. Thankfully, the March of...
A seven piece orchestra, 38 performers and 10 video screens. “This show is big,” said Tom Quaintance, artistic director at Cape Fear...
Rocking chairs, reclining chairs, lawn chairs: you can learn a lot about a space — and the people in it — by the chairs it contains. For...
September – the month of changes — closes with a concert by a man who has changed the landscape of music over the past five decades...
Don't Foget Yourself Being a caregiver is a tremendous responsibility. Not only should you consider the health and well-being of your...
The 2011-2012 academic year was quite memorable for the Health Technology Simulation Labs of Fayetteville Technical Community...
This year marks the Bicentennial of the War of 1812, commonly known as America’s second war for independence and often referred to as the...
Celebrate Halloween at the Poe House  Halloween is the night for revels! The Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex invites the...
There are many cities that claim to be international. Few of them celebrate it like we do. For more than three decades, Fayetteville has spent...
It’s the place where the Nile river flows. The pyramids stand there as a monument to ingenuity and creativity. Africa. It is a place...
With the election season in full swing, things are hopping at the Cumberland County Republican Party Headquarters. The stakes are...
The Possession  (Rated PG-13) 2 Stars The Possession (92 minutes) is like every other movie about demonic possession you ever saw. But...

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