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Editorial: Before Obamacare? Not a good place

    Editorial: Before Obamacare? Not a good place

The Fayetteville Observer The Republican Congress is trying to push ahead to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Democrats are trying to stall their efforts. They know

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Commentary: Enough is enough: A call for the economic boycott of North Carolina

    Commentary: Enough is enough: A call for the economic boycott of North Carolina

William J. Barber Guest Columnist In recent years, since extremists took over the GOP in North Carolina, my home state has gained a worldwide reputation for intolerance and bigoted narrow-mindedness.

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Commentary: As Obama departs, we owe him our thanks

    Commentary: As Obama departs, we owe him our thanks

Jesse Jackson Guest Columnist The final days of the Obama presidency are upon us. His popularity is rising with the economy, and with the increasingly stark contrasts to his successor.

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Snow and bitter cold stall life in N.C.

    Snow and bitter cold stall life in N.C.

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY MARTHA WAGGONER  ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH —A bitter cold followed the weekend snow and ice storm in North Carolina, where schools, government offices and college campuses

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Art infusion visits Village Produce and Country Store

    Art infusion visits Village Produce and Country Store

Submitted photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Joyful Noise Gospel Jazz Ensemble of Union Chapel Baptist Church performed on Dec.

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Editorial: Let black philanthropists know your needs

    Editorial: Let black philanthropists know your needs

The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI), an organization that awards grants to community groups to expand education and engagement in the

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Free prevention program for diabetes promotes longterm support you need

    Free prevention program for diabetes promotes longterm support you need

Lynne Mitchell Guest Columnist Did you know that losing a modest amount of weight can greatly reduce your risk of

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Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

    Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

Democrat Roy Cooper took his oath of office just after midnight Sunday, Jan. 1, in an unusual move. But 2017

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Red H.E.A.R.R.T. says thanks and cheers on 2017

    Red H.E.A.R.R.T. says thanks and cheers on 2017

Cheryl Lindsay Guest Columnist Happy New Year!!Thanks to you we had an incredible year of Heart Awareness and Prevention in

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Man’s rules versus God’s rules

    Man’s rules versus God’s rules

Nathan Tabor Guest Columnist In society, we have many rules. Most of these rules are made up by man. Now

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