Politics & Government
Gentry O. Smith now directs the State Department’s Office of Foreign Missions
He was shot while a student attending a party on N.C. State’s campus
‘A consummate professional’
Gentry O. Smith excelled on a small stage growing up in the little northeastern North Carolina town of Weldon in the 1960s and early 1970s.
When Bo Hines says he has big political dreams, he’s not kidding.
Several top Republican lawmakers say they likely won’t reach a budget deal by an Aug. 14 deadline – a delay that will prolong uncertainty for public schools and other agencies that depend on state funding.
NC loses a guardian of its public education standards as Judge Howard Manning Jr. retires.
Researchers brewed beer using a species of yeast they found on bugs
Wild yeasts could open up new opportunities for brewers
Discovery highlights diversity of the microbial world
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