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Archive for April, 2012

Julia Boseman no longer a court appointed attorney

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

Brunswick County, NC (WWAY)– Former Senator Julia Boseman has dropped her appeal to be put back on the court appointed attorney list in Brunswick County.

Earlier this month, Judge Ola Lewis removed Boseman from the list. Boseman appeared in court today, but decided to dismiss her appeal.

She nor her attorney would explain why.

Judge Lewis’ attorney said Boseman decided this was not the right way to go about getting back on the list. Instead, she can apply to a committee to be placed back on it.

According to court documents, Judge Lewis removed Boseman “for good cause”, but no one would tell us what that refers to.

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Candidate Interview: Elizabeth Redenbaugh

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

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Candidate and current member of the New Hanover County School
Board, Elizabeth Redenbaugh, discusses the biggest challenges facing the
school district and how her recent move between political parties may
affect her run for re-election.

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Candidate Interview: Tammy Covil

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

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Tammy Covil is a Republican candidate for new Hanover County
Board of Education. Tammy is a parent and she and her husband run a small
business. Tammy tells us about herself and her qualifications.

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Woman killed by falling tree in Brunswick County

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

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Republican state lawmakers say city ‘jumping the gun’ on annexation

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

City leaders are operating under the belief that Monkey Junction is now part of the city.

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