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Archive for August, 2008

Living – and dying – with violence

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

Tarica Pulliam did what every domestic violence expert urges: She tried to escape from an abusive relationship.<br>She filed a domestic violence protective order against Anthony Antwand Bowen in April, accusing him of assaulting her in the apartment they shared.

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Christian youth camp opens on protected land along Town Creek

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

Town Creek | Brent Bishop’s dream of creating a wilderness camp in the Cape Fear region was 15 years in the making. Finding a piece of property that wasn’t threatened by developers or investors hungry for waterfront condos was challenging.

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More than a piece of paper

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

In Spring 2004, Holly Naujoks sat in a New Hanover County courtroom hoping a protective order would stop the man stalking her daughter.<br>Women seeking refuge from men they feared packed the room, Naujoks said. She never imagined that out of everyone in the room, her daughter’s ex-boyfriend, John B. Peck, would be the one to snap.

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Troubled woman felt exuberance for nature

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

On Friday, July 25, Susan Willis’ ashes were spread in her requested final resting place, the ocean.<br>Susan’s mother recalls the day her daughter was born.<br>”She was so alert and aware of all around her,” said Margaret Willis. “She was so brilliant, but so troubled for all her life.”

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N.C. Coastal Land Trust protects land along Town Creek

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

Town Creek | Town Creek, a tributary flowing more than 50 miles through Brunswick County and emptying into the Cape Fear River, is known to biologists for its pristine water quality and abundant aquatic life.

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