Print Editions

  • Volume 19, Number 11 – November 2010

    Cover • Perdue didn’t pay for state flights, either • Dozens involved in provider program for Perdue, Easley North Carolina • N.C. dog breeders wary of Missouri referendum, Page 2 • Gaps in registration process raise concerns over voter fraud, Page 3 • ‘Need’ law hampers breast…

  • Volume 19, Number 10 – October 2010

    Cover • Why didn’t Perdue use cheaper state plane? • State Elections Board hasn’t interviewed donors about flights North Carolina • Perdue’s budget commission largely invisible, Page 2 • Instant runoff for Court of Appeals race: How will it work?, Page 3 • Kerner-Hoeg leaves Citizen-Soldier post,…

  • Volume 19, Number 9 – September 2010

    Cover • Perdue campaign advised Stubbs on flights • University administrative bloat rising North Carolina • Ariz. law puts N.C. sanctuary cities in spotlight, Page 2 • Pro-lifers balk at abortion coverage in UNC’s health care plan, Page 3 • Federal insurance pools could be risky for…

  • Volume 19, Number 8 – August 2010

    Cover • Tobacco Trust funds footbridge to nowhere • Major issues avoided in short session North Carolina • Six-figure N.C. pension payouts on the rise, Page 2 • Raw milk adherents fight state law forcing them underground, Page 3 • Report: Contractors bought booze for DMV employees,…

  • Volume 19, Number 7 – July 2010

    Cover • Child-obesity mandates sought by task force • Midterm elections key to redistricting North Carolina • JLF’s Agenda 2010 offers roadmap to freedom, Page 2 • Tar Heel Blue Dog Democrats mum on Pelosi leadership vote, Page 3 • Yadkin County jail groundbreaking delayed until issues…

  • Volume 19, Number 6 – June 2010

    Cover • Southport port proposal spurs opposition • Salt war could victimize country hams North Carolina • N.C. seeks to operate high-risk insurance pool, Page 2 • Iffy investments, excessive spending drain state’s Escheat Fund, Page 3 • Perdue, lawmakers, tangle over bridges, Page 4 •…

  • Volume 19, Number 5 – May 2010

    Cover • Collection letter angers business owners • Soles victim gives account of shooting North Carolina • State pension fund falling short of benchmark, Page 2 • Eco-farm project in Western N.C. appears dead after publicity, Page 3 • Transportation funding reform urged, Page 4 •…

  • Volume 19, Number 4 – April 2010

    Cover • Eco-farm project seeks millions in tax funds • North Carolina candidates gear up in swing districts North Carolina • WWII vet could lose farm to eminent domain, Page 2 • Homeowners run regulation hurdle dealing with pesky varmints, Page 3 • Amazon tax not clicking…

  • Volume 19, Number 3 – March 2010

    Cover • TransPark broke with no way to retire debt • Scandals, history to sting Dems in ’10? North Carolina • Study urges N.C. legislature rein in regulators, Page 2 • N.C. pension fund experiences largest lost in real estate funds, Page 3 • Environmentalist urges nuclear…

  • Volume 19, Number 2 – February 2010

    Cover • Inquiries take toll on Easley team • SBI brought in to investigate Duplin schools’ money matters • State raises new charter school barriers North Carolina • Lawmaker calls for offshore drilling, end to global warming panel, Page 5 • Bail agents spar with government system,…