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Jim Blaine Oct 6
I’m still absolutely aghast that greedy self-serving Mark Emmett’s won’t let South Carolina play North Carolina in exhibition basketball game to benefit victims. Just shameful.
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DoMyrtleRight Oct 8
This is the story of the owner of Midtown Hotel in opening up his rooms to everyone for free that was affected by please check it out! link to is in the description of the !
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Tailgating Challenge ®️ Sep 23
It’s hurricane season so you need a portable power station from to giveaway an Explorer 240 that is lightweight and has zero noise! To enter to win just: ✅Comment ✅RT ✅Follow us and
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Lt. Gov. Dan Forest Oct 9
On our way to Lumberton to meet with and citizens impacted by
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Tim Kreger Sep 26
Tune in to radio tonight at 6pm! I'm joining and to talk about - - -
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Ryan Pitkin Sep 26
The longest Q&A we've published in a long time, but had a lot to talk about. I chatted w/ CLT's fav meteorologist about , social media, trolls, climate change, the anti-expert movement and the evolution of the American weatherman
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Karen Barefoot Sep 24
I have not seen my team in 14 days because of & Tonight WE will reunite🙌! We are getting ready for our 1st official practice tomor hosted by bc of repairs on campus! I still haven’t been home but I GET 2 Be with my team again💙💙💙
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Linda McMahon Sep 20
Honored to join & others meeting survivors in my hometown of New Bern, NC yesterday. Federal, state and local entities working together on preparedness & response is the best formula for effective disaster recovery. Photos: Shealah Craighead
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Colin Campbell Sep 26
FEMA says money is better than "unsolicited supplies" to communities. Seriously, I saw someone drop off a box of decorative gourds in Duplin County. I like decorative gourd season as much as the next guy, but come on....
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Linda McMahon Sep 22
Another Business Recovery Center is now open to help survivors in North Carolina access low-interest disaster loans: Centenary United Methodist Church in New Bern as well as in Greenville. Go to to learn more!
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Kimberly Kandros Oct 1
For all you fans: in sustained damage during . For anyone interested in helping to repair the museum, please see: . Hoping that who will be playing Governor Tryon would consider a r/t?
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Alt. Armed Forces Sep 23
Hurricane Florence is currently rated as the 6th costliest storm of all time with >$38 billion in damage and at least 45 people are dead. But please, MAGAts, keep posting fake memes about CNN.
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Plotkarazzo Oct 4
“The mother-of-three spent approximately 12.5 minutes handing out food to folks driving in cars ....she was wearing a $2695 trench coat...” (12.5 minutes, !? How generous of you!) 🙄🙄
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MD Davis Mar 6
Congratulations to Captain Ben Ward on his Community Service Award. Captain Ward went above and beyond to assist our community and staff after . Congratulations Captain, well deserved!!
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Murphy's Naturals Oct 10
Last Friday, we made our way down to with 1300 bottles of our Leo Spray to help volunteers & residents still recovering from . A BIG thanks to our friends for partnering with us to help fight Flo’squitoes
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jessica staccy Oct 4
This Dog Was Rescued After Being Stranded For Nearly A Week After Hurricane Florence
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Todd Unzicker Oct 9
Southern Baptist President sharing how are leading recovery efforts from along with how through everyone can be hands & feet of Jesus w/ approaching
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Brogan Kroener Sep 22
This week we talked about on USC’s and mentioned that if you’re interested in donating and helping out, I highly recommend looking into ’s disaster relief. She personally ensures the money gets to the victims.
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Daniel M. Holtz Sep 22
Another visible example of misguided trade policy will be evident as rebuilding starts in the aftermath of . Homeowners and businesses will have to pay more for lumber, steel, aluminum and other materials.
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Tanya Kerssen Sep 25
I just published “Climate Dystopia: When Hurricanes Hit Industrial Agriculture” (distilling David Webber's fascinating research in & citing 's reporting on for ) (Photo by Rick Dove/)
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