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An artist creates memorial portraits for Gold Star families to honor their lost loved ones. A therapy program helps wounded veterans heal in the great outdoors. And the FRIENDS of the Blue Ridge Parkway works to protect & preserve the historic roadway.
We continue our series on NC 's community colleges with Stanly Community College. The Blumey Awards recognize achievement in musical theatre & arts education in NC. And author William Chafe talks about his new book.
Rick Sullivan points his lens at Stanly Community College where networking know-how and technology have had a big impact, not just on the school, but to several other institutions in North Carolina and the southeastern region of the United States.
The full state Senate takes up the budget proposal. Volunteers are helping to clean up NC 's coastal waterways by rebuilding the Oak Island Oyster Reef. The WCU Sim-Lab gives medical students hands-on training. Two NC organization's provide stroke education during National Stroke Awareness Month & all year round.
A special program prepares our state's high school students for I.T. careers. The Triangle Area Polo Club is NC 's only US Polo Association sanctioned club. Dr. Sam Houston talks about the status of STEM education in our state.
The NC Senate releases its two-year spending plan - we'll have details. Texas Jeans moves to NC to stay Made in the USA. Samaritan's Feet provides shoes for children in need worldwide. And the GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Awards support healthcare non-profits making a difference in NC.
Opportunity Threads is helping its staff gain job skills & a stake in the company. Lumberton's Exploration Station offers kids hands-on science fun. CAM Raleigh showcases contemporary and modern art. And AOL Co-Founder Steve Case addressed graduates at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Our tour of the North Carolina Community College System, and its 58 colleges, makes a stop at Mayland Community College. If you're scratching your head to figure out where Mayland might be located, don't search the map for a Mayland County. You won't find one, and Rick Sullivan says this school takes its mission to serve THREE counties, very seriously.
We continue our series on NC 's community colleges with Mayland Community College. Journalist Ed Gordon addresses graduates at North Carolina Central University. And author Lee Craig talks about his new book.
The NC Museum of History is displaying the Emancipation Proclamation on its 150th anniversary. Surf City looks to update its infrastructure while maintaining its charm. And Melinda Gates delivers the commencement address at Duke University.
Red Dog Farm works to find homes for rescued farm animals. It's Bear Awareness Week - we'll talk with Durham's Museum of Life + Science about their bears. And Philip Freelon gives North Carolina State University's commencement address.
A Franklin County farm adapts to the changing agriculture industry & fluctuating economy. A tour of the permanent collection at the NC Museum of Art. And Governor Pat McCrory addresses Campbell University Law School graduates.
During National Clean Energy Month we look at how a solar farm is providing energy while also bolstering area economy. And a conversation with Lees McCrae College President Dr. Barry Buxton.
Rick Sullivan recently visited Mitchell Community College in Iredell County, its grounds, and its community. He came away pretty impressed at what's happening there. He says they're shooting for the stars! And they ar
The NC Supreme Court convenes in Edenton to mark the city's 300th birthday. We continue our series on NC 's community colleges with Mitchell Community College. And author Daniel Wallace talks about his new book.
Artifacts from the Queen Anne's Revenge are being rescued, restored, & preserved. Oak Ridge Military Academy is seeing strong growth. And Ran Coble talks about a new report from the NC Center for Public Policy Research.
A special small business incubator is supporting nature-related industry in our state. Holly Springs has been named one of the Best Cities to Raise Children. And the Listen to Your Mother show takes the stage this week to honor mothers.
One of the largest wetlands restoration projects is underway at North River Farms. And an indepth conversation with US Senator Richard Burr.
New owners & a site renovation add up to sweet success for Butterfield's Candy Company. A special class teaches Northern transplants to understand Southernese. And Alamance Community College President Martin Nadleman tells what programs & projects are underway on campus.
We continue our series on NC 's community colleges with Davidson County Community College. We visit Stone Mountain State Park. Two photo exhibits commemorating the Civil War are touring the state. And author Nortin Hadler talks about his new book.
Rick Sullivan takes a trip to Davidson County Community College, a school that represents a community which has lost thousands of jobs in recent years, but never lost its way. An energetic president, generous donors, and determination, have made the difference!
Raleigh-based CaptiveAire's custom ventilation systems outfit commercial kitchens across the country. Project SEARCH provides work experience to students with developmental disabilities. The NC Sports Hall of Fame inducts its 2013 class. Dr. Azra Shaikh has tips for all of us as we sniffle our way through allergy season.
We visit several Triangle-area farm co-ops to see how they provide residents with locally-grown food alternatives. Bennett Aerospace is training insects to help eradicate bed bugs. And Tom Earnhardt talks about "Exploring North Carolina" & his new book based on the series.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory discusses state tax reform, voter ID legislation, school funding and security and economic development. He is interviewed by UNC-TV Sr. Correspondent Kelly McCullen.
A special way of honoring loved ones lost in service.
A profile of Stanly Community College.
Stanly Community College where networking know-how and technology have a big impact.
Restoring the Oak Island Oyster Reef.
Preparing high school students for I.T. careers.
The NC Senate releases its budget plan.
A Morganton company gives employees both a job & a stake in the business.
We continue our series on NC's community colleges with Mayland Community College.
A profile of Mayland Community College.
The Emancipation Proclamation goes on display for its 150th anniversary.
A special program rescues farm animals needing homes.
A change of livestock helps a Franklin County farm re-invent itself.
The White Post solar farm is bringing an economic boost to Beaufort County.
We continue our series on NC's community colleges with Mitchell Community College.
The NC Supreme Court holds session in Edenton.
How artifacts from the Queen Anne's Revenge are being preserved.
Accelerate Appalachia is bolstering nature-related business in NC.
Wetlands restoration is underway in Carteret County.
Butterfield's Candy Company is baking up new business.
A profile of Davidson County Community College.
We continue our series on NC's community colleges with Davidson County Community College.
CaptiveAire makes custom ventilation system's for commercial kitchens.
Triangle farm co-ops provide area residents with locally grown food.
Governor Pat McCrory discusses policies on April 29, 2013
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