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Sunday - December 11, 2016
Governor Resolves Border Dispute

RALEIGH -- Governor Pat McCrory signed an Executive Order this week finalizing the boundary line between the state of North Carolina and South Carolina from Polk to Brunswick County.

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State Celebrates Brownfields

RALEIGH -- A state environmental program that has created thousands of jobs and pumped $14 billion dollars into North Carolina’s economy will celebrate a milestone in Raleigh.

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Cooper Makes First Appointments

RALEIGH — Governor-elect Roy Cooper today named three senior leaders as his first appointees since his election as governor. Kristi Jones will be Cooper’s chief of staff. Ken Eudy will be senior advisor to the governor and Brad Adcock will serve as Cooper’s legislative director.

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Textile Firm to Grow in Forest City

FOREST CITY --- Everest Textile USA will establish a 610-job manufacturing facility in Rutherford County. The Taiwan-based maker of high-performance sports apparel will invest $18.5 million over five years at a site in Forest City.

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McCrory Concedes Election

RALEIGH -- North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has conceded the governor’s race, clearing the way for Democrat Roy Cooper to be declared the winner.

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Governor Calls Matthew Special Session

KINSTON -- Governor Pat McCrory has called for a special session of the General Assembly December 13th to consider Hurricane Matthew Recovery relief. The announcement came during the fifth and final regional recovery planning meeting in Lenoir County. During the meeting, the committee also discussed plans for relief efforts, community outreach assistance and long-term recovery for the communities affected by the storm.

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