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Tuesday - March 03, 2015
Governor Declares Severe Weather Preparedness Week

RALEIGH-As one could tell from the past two weeks, North Carolina is not insulated from severe weather. And as snow season shifts into storm season, Governor Pat McCrory has declared the beginning of March "Severe Weather Preparedness Week" and Laura Leonard, community outreach coordinator with Emergency Management, is using this time to educate state residents on what to do when nature strikes.

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Museum Branch Opens In Whiteviille

WHITEVILLE – A newly renovated branch of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville opened Saturday. The nature and science learning center has been repurposed to feature new exhibits, an Investigate Lab, Nature Exploration Center, a Distance Learning Classroom, and an outdoor Nature Play Space.

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German Company to Locate in Henderson County

MILLS RIVER -- RAUMEDIC, Inc. will be locating its first U.S. production facility and headquarters in Henderson County and creating 138 new jobs over the next five years.  The company plans to invest $26.3 million in the town of Mills River.

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Rules Changed For Workers Comp

RALEIGH - The North Carolina Industrial Commission announced today the approval of three administrative rules which significantly revise its Medical Fee Schedule.  The revised medical fee schedule is expected to provide the state’s workers’ compensation system with $27 million in annual savings and encourage increased access to medical care.

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