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Researching the Lost Colony & Fort San Juan, traditional decoy carving, & shrimpburgers.
Aspirin of the Future, Innovate NC, Wild Caught Seafood, The Calling of the 'Stache.
Jeff Smith spotlights several programs aiding & supporting veterans in our state.
Citizens Police Academy, Acoustic Architecture, Bowles Award recipient, Pearl Harbor 75th.
Touchdown Magnet, Public Service Award Recipient, Sammy Boyd, & Pearl Harbor Anniversary.
A look back at some of our favorite restaurants & beverage makers across the state.
An iconic homecoming, drones aid researchers, fishermen & foodies focus on "cape shark."
Oysters, weather forecasts, high school football players, & a special veterans program.
Fort San Juan, near Morganton, was built in 1567 as part of a Spanish Army mission.
Ken Humphries uses traditional techniques to make beautiful hand-carved duck decoys.
Shrimpburgers have been a favorite treat of coastal visitors for decades.
Two programs in Wilmington help entrepreneurs develop ideas in the marine sciences.
Carteret County’s annual Wild Caught Festival serves ONLY fresh, locally caught seafood.
Citizens Police Academy offers day-in-the-life experiences with law enforcement officers.
Davy Arch works to promote & preserve the history & heritage of the Cherokee.
An NC WWII Veteran reflects on Pearl Harbor 75 years later.
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