Some of what’s contained in Friday’s Yahoo! Sports report is utterly mundane. All Tony Bradley, Brice Johnson and Wendell Carter Jr., or their families, are accused of taking in the documents published by Yahoo is a free meal.
A celebratory atmosphere recently overtook a local movieplex. Many people wore colorful African attire. There was even a line to take commemorative selfies in front of the “Black Panther” movie poster on the theater wall.
North Carolinians who are mourning the late evangelist Billy Graham can come to the State Capitol in Raleigh to sign a book of condolences in the coming days. The book will be available to the public until next Friday, March 2. The Capitol is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper set up the book of condolences with an official order Thursday, two days after Graham died at the age of 99 at his home in Montreat.
State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham
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