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Joe Catenacci 3h
LIVE 7-9a on The Big Talker 106.7FM - - Frustration rises as recovery cont. - Sickening news of alleged cover-ups of misconduct within local schools! Commissioner Rob Zapple at 8a; Superintendent at 837a
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Barb Barrett 40m
Thousands of wells flooded after . Just hundreds were tested. Why? and report via
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Southern Bank 22h
Congratulations to Dr. John Hauser, this week's Southern Star! The President organized relief efforts after , including three truckloads of emergency supplies. Watch him graciously accept his Southern Stars award.
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Richard Burr Dec 10
For those affected by , Thursday, December 13th is the deadline to register for or assistance. Visit or call 800-621-3362 to find out more.
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NC Farm Bureau 21h
Heads up-- We'll bring you more details as we get them, but we've just learned the has approved an extension of the sign-up period for the Agricultural Disaster Program of 2018. Keep those applications going!
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Paul Johnson 19h
With & and rainy spring, area nearly 20" ahead of rainfall for '18 compared to last year. Similar story in other parts of - at least groundwater supplies recharged to guard against drought.
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Jon Cavenaugh Dec 13
I’d like to thank and for making my life so much easier throughout ! Thanks for being so helpful in our time of need!
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NC Public Safety 1h
DPS Accounting Tech Robert Wagner helped rehab a damaged home in Pollocksville. They cleared house back to studs -removed insulation, pulled up floors & sprayed chlorine solution on surfaces to eliminate mold & dry out house.
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Adalbert Ytrade Fans Steinberg Dec 8
From preparation to rebuilding, went all out to help those in the path of . Want to join the effort? It’s as easy to as sending a text. Here are the details.
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Valerie Gamache 15h
My and I have been through a lot since his stroke July 2016 and heart attack April 2017 but has really tested our strength! Thank you to the friends who've been…
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Anita 🐝📬 ✏️🇺🇸🌊⛄️ Dec 9
This constant rain and wind is bringing back not too distant memories of 🌧🌧💨💨☔️brrrr
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Sarah Newell 50m
The need to train for missions. The problem in ? Their beach has been washed away by .
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Kevin Collopy 12h
Thanks for the opportunity to share some of our story at emsworldexpo check out our podcast here:
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Bennat Berger Dec 12
Not long ago, the infamous hit the east coast and caused destruction. But things could have been worse. Today’s allow researchers to track a hurricane’s path and predict its size and force with a high degree of accuracy-
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Rave Mobile Safety Dec 13
The crisis communication team at the Medical University of South Carolina sent hundreds of thousands of messages out to the 23,400-member community through the Rave Alert mass notification system as came ashore:
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Lt. Gov. Dan Forest Dec 11
Thank you for your continued work in our state, and thank you for the incredibly generous donation to the American Red Cross that will go towards the continued effort of helping victims of
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Burgaw Middle School 22h
BMS 7th graders meet with residents from Whitestocking to discuss hurricane damage for their PBL unit on Garbage.
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Maitri Libellule 19h
Oh my God! 😳 it makes me dizzy watching these guys HIGH up in the trees. Post Hurricane Florence damage and tree work continues... 😬
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NC Human Resources 18h
Approximately 12 boxes of school supplies collected by staff at OSHR, were delivered to Old Dock Elementary on Wednesday. Principal Ronna Gore said the supplies will help many students whose families lost everything in the flooding from .
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Lord Dampnut Dec 4
shortly after people watching and Total
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