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Monday - March 27, 2017
Commissioner Rejects Auto Rate Hike

RALEIGH – Officials at the North Carolina Department of Insurance said Friday that a requested 13.8 percent average statewide increase in auto rates is unwarranted.

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Murphy Man Indicted for Wire Fraud

CHARLOTTE – A criminal indictment was returned by a federal grand jury charging Alan Peter Darcy, 78, of Murphy, N.C., with wire fraud for orchestrating an $800,000 investment fraud scheme, announced Jill Westmoreland Rose, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina.

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SBI Identifies Enfield Gunman

ENFIELD -- The gunman who died Saturday evening inside the Enfield post office has been identified as Willie E. Bishop, 62, of 213 N. Dennis St., Enfield.

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Governor Moore To BE Recognized with Marker

SYLVA -- Dan K. Moore, who served as North Carolina’s governor from 1965 to 1969, had significant impact on the state’s judicial system. In recognition of his service, a N.C. Highway Historical Marker will be dedicated to him April 1, 11 a.m., on Main St., alongside Mark Watson Park in Sylva.

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World War I Exhibit Starts Statewide Tour

OLD FORT – A traveling exhibition commemorating the centennial of the U.S. entry into World War I opens at Mountain Gateway Museum Monday, March 27. Mountain Gateway Museum will present the free exhibit of 10 informational panels and related artifacts through May 17. It’s a great way to show appreciation for “The war to end all wars.” The centennial exhibit will travel statewide in 2017.

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