Game laws regulating hunting were introduced in North Carolina during the colonial period and were continued by the state following independence. Until 1903, however, there was no statewide governmental organization to protect wildlife. In that...
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Raleigh-- Gov. Mike Easley announced today the first round of grants from the N.C. New Schools Project to reform high schools and better prepare students for the workforce and college. Eight school systems have been selected to receive the grants.
North Carolina. Office of the Governor; Easley, Michael F., 1950-
The North Carolina Symphony Society was incorporated as a non-profit, non-stock corporation on 31 December 1932. Among its purposes were "to promote and foster musical culture and education, and in the furtherance of said objects the Society may...
North Carolina Symphony, Department of Cultural Resources
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