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          Attorney who stole money from courthouse suspended       Cache   Translate Page      
Steven P. MacGilvray of Raleigh was suspended from the practice of law until further notice on Nov. 26.
          Raleigh threaded fork, missing channel      Cache   Translate Page      
I've got an old raleigh frame that I'm putting together, and the fork is missing a channel for the headset's keyed washers, and cable stop to slide into. I think(?) it would be fine to have keyless washers, but I don't like the idea of my cable hanger being able to move willy nilly. I guess I...
          Application Analyst (Unix Shell Script, SQL, Oracle) open to be part of Production Support      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, We are looking out for an Application Analyst (Unix Shell Script, SQL, Oracle) open to be part of Production Support environment based project team based in Raleigh, NC Deliverables: Technical requirement: Unix Shell Scripting database preferably Sybase oracle PL SQL Incident Management: Ability to do analytical investigation to provide resolution through workaround for application issues and batc
          House Revolution 067      Cache   Translate Page      

DJ Pangean (Raleigh, NC) presents “House Revolution” every second and fourth Sunday at 3pm EST on www.dancegruv.net! Tracklist:

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          Transcendent Movement 017      Cache   Translate Page      

Andrew Fetch (Raleigh, NC) presents “Transcendent Movement” every first Monday at 7pm EST on www.dancegruv.net! Tracklist: 1. Nils Frahm – You (Bug Lover Rework) 2. Phil Kieran – Last Train to Melbourne 3. dubspeeka – p1dC5 (Tension Edit) 4. Cassy – Keep Trying (D’Julz edit) 5. MANTi – Solitude 6.[...]

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          Panasonic Establishes New Consumer Experience Partnership with Raleigh & Drake      Cache   Translate Page      

BOSTON, Dec. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Raleigh & Drake, the experience-driven innovator, today announced that it has become the exclusive discovery platform partner for Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic). In its continued drive to further meaningful engagement with customers,...


          Positivity: Highway Patrol trooper stops speeding van in Wake County and helps deliver baby      Cache   Translate Page      
From Raleigh, North Carolina (HT Weasel Zippers; video at link): Posted 9:26 a.m. Sunday Updated 1:07 p.m. Sunday Most State Highway Patrol troopers are used to seeing and responding to cars that are exceeding the speed limit. But a speeding van that Sgt. Brian Maynard pulled over Saturday night on N.C. Highway 64 had more [...]
          Panasonic Establishes New Consumer Experience Partnership with Raleigh & Drake      Cache   Translate Page      

BOSTON, Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Raleigh & Drake, the experience-driven innovator, today announced that it has become the exclusive discovery platform partner for Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic). In its continued drive to further meaningful engagement with customers,...


          Council Members Walk Out on Vote for District 1 Seat      Cache   Translate Page      

Four Memphis City Council members walked out of the body's Tuesday meeting after the council voted to open the floor back up to all six candidates vying for the vacant District 1 seat.


Resuming its November 20th meeting, the council began its 108th round of voting, deciding between the top two vote-getters from the previous meeting: Rhonda Logan, executive director of the Raleigh Community Development Corp., and Lonnie Treadaway, sales manager for Flinn Broadcasting Corp.


After one round of voting, the council appeared to be following a pattern similar to the November 20th meeting. Council members Ford Canale, Frank Colvett, Kemp Conrad, and Chairman Berlin Boyd passed, while Councilmen Worth Morgan and Reid Hedgepeth voted for Treadaway, and Council members Joe Brown, Jamita Swearengen, Patrice Robinson, and Martavious Jones supported Logan.


Two rounds in, Conrad made a motion to open the process back up to all candidates, but that idea was shot down by Robinson and Jones, who both said that would be “unfair” and inconsistent with the council’s rules.


“We have a candidate here that the community has asked for,” Robinson said. “The community deserves to have the candidate they want no the one that we want.”


Jones encouraged his colleagues to be “fair and consistent” in how the council appoints new members, saying that when Canale was appointed to the council in May, the process was simpler. “We didn’t even ask questions of Mr. Canale or any of the other candidates.”


“So for us to apply different standards here is unfair and inconsistent,” Jones said. “We are not in a position to vet who the people want.”


Looking blindly at the candidates on paper, “taking names and faces away,” Jones said “there is no way that anybody would not vote for Ms. Logan.”


The motion to open up the floor to the other four candidates again passed, prompting Jones, Swearengen, Robinson, and Brown to simultaneously pack their belongings and leave the council chambers. Members of the audience cheered and applauded, as the meeting was forced to suspend due to there no longer being a quorum. Seven members are needed for a quorum.


Outside of the chambers, Jones said the council’s vote to open the floor back up “goes against all the rules that we set forth as a rule-making body.”


“Instead of participating in what we feel is a sham process, we just chose to walk out,” Jones said. “You have a person that has been entrenched in this community practically for all her life. Let’s take race and gender out of it and look at these candidates on paper.


“How could any of my colleagues support someone who just eight months ago was living in an entirely different state and think that person is the best to represent District 1? It’s an insult to all of the voters.”


Jones attributed the council’s inability to reach a decision to the disproportionate representation of African Americans on the council. In a 65 percent African-American city, Jones said there should be at least eight or nine African American council members.


“Our current structure allows for us to have a very thin 7-6 majority,” Jones said. “I don’t know how much this is being motivated by race.”


"At the very least," Jones said the seat should be filled by someone who has lived in and is invested in the community rather than someone “who decided to relocate just to be an opportunist.”


“If any of my colleagues could articulate why on paper Treadaway is the better candidate than Ms. Logan in a clear, concise manner, it may change my mind,” Jones said.


As of press time, the four council members had not returned in order for the meeting to resume. This means the council’s meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 4th has not yet been called to order.


          Security Account Executive      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, job summary: Security Account Executive - Contract-to-Hire Our IIoT client has asked us to help them find a contract-to-hire Security Account Executive who will be responsible for establishing and maintaining the sales relationship with each client/prospect what will initially be a national geography. The SAE will help drive new cyber security business through the identification, development, nego
          (USA-NC-Charlotte) Project Engineer Internships - Summer 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Summary At Balfour Beatty Construction, the North & South Carolina Geography, is seeking motivated college students for the Summer 2019 Internship program to work in Charlotte and Raleigh on various projects. Internships will start in May of 2019 and last for approximately 3 months. If you have a passion for what you do, a strong drive to achieve results, the ability to solve problems creatively, and a dedication to client service and relationship management, come join us. Essential Functions • Learn about managing the project budget by controlling expenditures, coordinating owner and subcontractor billings, identifying work not covered by subcontractor, and ensuring successful office support related to overall cost and schedule. • Learn about Safety and Quality Control programs and how to coordinate actions to address problems. • Learn about company procedures, the correspondence process and handling, etc. with the Office Manager in accordance with the Operations Manual. • Learn how to review and process submittal data and shop drawings. • Understand how to coordinate submittals, deliveries, etc. that affect the project schedule with the Superintendent. • Monitor/review weekly and monthly status reports and weekly subcontractor meeting minutes, change orders, etc. to understand process. • Understand change documents and change proposal requests for price review. • May go with Project Engineer to meetings with architect and owner representatives to understand information required by owner, necessary progress reports and summaries, and how action plans from owner/architect meetings address all outstanding issues related to the project. • Learn how changes, clarifications, directives, RFIs, etc. are updated on “as-built” plans and coordinated with company supervision and subcontractors/suppliers. • Learn how to maintain RFI logs and change request log. Minimum Requirements + Currently enrolled in a Construction Management or Engineering degree program. Preferred Requirements + Prior commercial construction internships or work experience, very helpful, but not required. + Able to develop new skills and knowledge quickly. + Participate in training, seminars, task team meetings, etc. + Demonstrate expanding knowledge of construction details about miscellaneous metals, casework, doors, specialties, radiation protection, etc. + Strong computer skills including the ability to use word processing, spread sheets, etc. + Possess good self-organizational and management skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills. About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          (USA-NC-Charlotte) Project Engineer (May or December 2019 Graduates)      Cache   Translate Page      
Become Part of Our Team As an industry leader Balfour Beatty offers employees a comprehensive benefits package with competitive salaries and more including: + Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance + Health Savings Account + 401(k) with company match + Flexible Spending Accounts (Dependent & Medical Reimbursement) + Vacation Time + Sick Time + Holidays + Paid Personal Days + Paid Volunteer time + Tuition Assistance + Employee Referral Bonus Summary Balfour Beatty Construction in the Charlotte and Raleigh area is seeking campus recruitment graduates who will graduate in May or December 2019 for future work. These positions will not be needed until May 2019 or December 2019. The Project Engineer is an entry level position that assists the Project Manager and Sr. Project Engineer with the planning and daily execution of the construction project. Responsible for maintaining certain aspects of the project schedule as assigned by the Project Manager, by managing the process of submittal approvals, coordinating the timely delivery of materials, maintaining schedules and budgets to ensure projects are completed with quality, profitable, adhering to our Safety/Zero Harm culture. Essential Functions + Project Financial Responsibilities + Preconstruction Services + Project Start-up and Scheduling + Project Administration, Coordination, and Close-out + Promote Customer Relations + Promote Culture, Leadership and Employee Development Minimum Requirements + Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management or an Engineering related degree. + Proficiency using a personal computer (PC) and company communication tools, such as email, the internet, and Microsoft products (e.g., Word, Excel, Office, Outlook) Preferred Experience + Previous or current commercial construction experience, helpful. + RFI + Change orders + Submittals + Punch-list + Assisting with sub-contractor meeting minutes About us Balfour Beatty US is an industry-leading provider of general contracting, at-risk construction management and design-build services for public and private sector clients across the nation. Performing heavy civil and vertical construction, our teams build the unique structures and infrastructure that play an important role in how people live, work, learn and play in our communities. Our teammates have an instinctive passion for innovating that is fueled by a relentless curiosity, a drive to employ lean practices and processes and the determination to find a better way. Through Zero Harm®, we are challenging the construction industry’s assumptions about safety. We believe that no level of harm should come to anyone as a result of our business. Consistently ranked among the nation’s largest building contractors, by Engineering News-Record, our US business is a subsidiary of London-based Balfour Beatty plc (LSE: BBY). Balfour Beatty is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.
          Epic Life Quest – looking back      Cache   Translate Page      

This will be my last post for the year. In this am going to look back on goals I set for myself over past two years, how well I’ve done, and what I plan to do in the year ahead.

The idea of epic life quest was started (in community) by Steve Jones and Brent Ozar – it is about writing down goals and calling yourself to account on how you met them every year. My first post on those lines is here. I wrote this in early 2017. I did not write one in 2018, and that was because last winter was a pretty chaotic time for me and was waiting for things to look in better shape before setting more goals for myself. This year things are looking better, and below is my summary of goals I set, and how I did.

2017:

1 Complete Microsoft Data Science Program and Diploma in Healthcare Analytics from UCDavis.

got the second one done partially. I could not complete the first due to lack of time. And it wasn’t as great as I thought it would be. It was expensive, quality wasn’t up to the mark and practical gains out of it were none. I learned from this is not to commit to expensive learning programs without fully understanding if they are worth it. 


2 Stick to blogging goals – one blog post per week, one contribution to sqlservercentral.com per two weeks.

I was able to keep up with this in 2017 and part of 2018. My blogging got rather irregular half way through 2018 because of a relocation and job change, I think I can excuse myself for that. Plan to pick this back up in 2019.

3 Keep up exercise goals of 10,00 steps per day and one yoga workout per week.

I am doing fine here and this will continue as a permanent goal.


4 Speak at local user group as often as I can (my limitations with travel do not allow me to speak at too many sql saturdays or out of town events)

I did not do good on this one. Partly because my job and other personal obligations left little time to even prepare a good talk, let alone present it. Also partly because I was in a very confused place on what to talk about. Things have cleared up a bit now.


5 Submit to speak at PASS speaker idol event.

This did not happen either,for same reasons as above. Hope to make it happen in 2019.


6 Hike the Grand Canyon with my sister, we are travelling companions and love to see places together.

YES! We made and hiked several other parks too in these two years. This will be an ongoing goal.


7 See two new countries atleast – Mexico with SQL Cruise, one more towards end of the year – remains undecided for now. But two countries it is.

YES! I saw two new countries – Mexico and Jamaica. 


8 Blog on books read so that I can understand the time I devote to reading and range I read in that time.

I did not get to blogging much on what I read but managed to read quite a few books. Also contemplated on reading strategy and this will be a different type of goal (not number based) in the days to come.


9 Get home renovation work done – am undecided on if I want to keep this condo or sell it, but either way, I’d have to get work done on it. Best if it got done this year, but involves considerable financial commitment that am not sure I can meet. As of now it looks doable for this year, but may move to next year if I have to reset goals.

YES! I also sold the home after renovation. This has also changed, don’t plan to own a home anytime soon. Too much money and effort maintaining it and very limiting in so many ways.

10 Increase collection of annotated classics by year end. This is an ongoing goal to build a library for retirement. The only books I buy in print are annotated ones or those with pictures. There are not many of those and my collection is upto 30-40% of what I need already. I keep adding to it @3-4 books a year.

I am doing good on this and don’t think this should be a yearly goal, more like a long term one. I got rid of many books which I thought I did not need in paper form at all.


10 Take a course on cartooning and short story writing – both of these are my pet hobbies and never had as much time for them as I’d like – this year would like to atleast take a course on each to deepen my love and interest.
This did not happen. Too many conflicting priorities. But I did get to writing my first book and plan to pursue writing seriously in the years to come.


2018:

1  Submit to speak at PASS Summit.
This did not happen for same reasons cited above. I do not plan on this being a goal until 2020.

2 Organize SQL Saturday #10 at Louisville (not clear how different this will be yet…).
YES! SQL Saturday Louisville #10 was a phenomenal success – handed over reins of running it to new team and finding other things to do with the time I spent on it.

3 Keep up same goals for exercising.
YES! This is going on well.


4 Visit one new country with my sister – am looking at Bali/Indonesia now.

We visited three national parks as opposed to one originally planned (Zion and Quinault Rainforest). So this was  not met in theory but substituted with other valid fun things to do.

5 Visit one more new country on SQLCruise, hopefully, or on my own. Either way, I do it.
YES! I visited Mexico in 2017 and Jamaica in 2018 with SQLCruise.

6  Biggie – Pay off my mortgage. Yes, this is important and am not that far away. The only thing that keeps me from it is a bit undecided on how long I can live here with job opportunities being what they are. But I will assume those will be the same and in that case, the house will be ready to be paid off in 2018.
The house was sold instead of being paid off as I relocated to another state. I consider this goal as met although in a different way.

7 Do actual analytics work – by this time I will have a reasonable understanding of R/SAS/Microsoft Data science related skills, and expect it to take me to the next level professionally.

This was a bad goal to set, to begin with. My interviewing experience told me that very few places are doing analytics seriously to begin with, and those few places are looking for ph ds and people with a decade or more of experience to fill the role. I was able to get off pager carrying DBA role and get into doing more of data architect/coding type of work, which was what I wanted to do. Future goals will not be so specific, instead focus on what direction I want to go and where am going, instead of landing actual work which will happen on its own with time.


Goals for 2019 are as below:
1 Finish off Microsoft Big Data Certification. I am already working my way through it. I will devote every saturday evening to it and hope to get it done.
2 Continue with watching pluralsight/pass summit videos and listening to podcasts whenever time permits.
3 Complete writing second book I have committed to. 
4 Read two pages of a tech book every day evening with tea. I am intentionally keeping this goal very small and doable. This is also based on a few experiences with reading.
I do not have to read a tech book page-to-page.
There are parts that are more interesting and useful than others. 
I need to keep notes to recall/reinforce what I read. 
I will be resuming reading with this in mind. 
5 Blog @ one post every two weeks – again, scaled down from one post per week and trying to keep it modest and consistent. 
6 I am planning on 4 tech events – SQL Saturdays at Raleigh, neighboring Charlotte, Louisville and then the PASS Summit towards end of the year. 

On personal front – 
1 I plan to continue with hiking and exploring national parks. I am planning a trip in Spring/early summer with some visiting family members.
I do not think an overseas trip will materialise this year.
2 I plan to continue with healthy eating and exercising goals. 

That is my rather simple goal list. If there is one lesson i have learned with writing this down is that – it helps improve my personal commitment level, it helps keeping the list small and simple. I think with a short list, commitment and simplicity, we can all get there. Happy 2019!


          (USA-NC-Raleigh) Territory Salesperson - Greensboro/Winston Salem/High Point, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Performance Health is seeking a Territory Salesperson for our Greensboro/Winston Salem/High Point, NC area. The Territory Sales Rep regularly make calls on hospitals, VAs and outpatient rehabilitation institutions (PT/OT) within a defined sales territory to achieve budgeted sales volume and other established goals. Maintains and further develops established accounts and develops new accounts to increase market penetration. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duties satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Essential Job Duties & Responsibilities + Provides trials and in-service of products to current and potential customers + Consults with physical and occupational therapists, nursing and rehab staff to educate on Performance Health products to increase product usage + Sustains or generates all product and program offerings of Performance Health + Develops a territory plan by gathering and evaluating all relevant information about the customer base within the territory + Supplies necessary information to operate the overall business effectively by completing all required reports accurately, completely and in a timely fashion + Ability to provide project management for capital purchases + Projects a professional, ethical image and character of the Company + Performs other duties as assigned Job Qualifications + 4 year college degree + 3-5 years of experience in business to business sales + Previous experience in the Medical Device and/or Rehabilitation industry + Must live in the territory + Must be able to carry samples-up to 50 pounds + Some overnight travel + Proven track record in sales + OT/PT/RN background a plus + Understanding of GPOs and IDN knowledge a plus + Knowledge of contact management software helpful + Proficient in Microsoft Office Products (Word, Excel, Power Point, etc.) + Excellent communication and customer service skills + Professional presentation and positive attitude Performance Health is a leader in consumer healthcare and the largest global manufacturer and distributor of products to the rehabilitation and sports medicine markets. The company’s products are sold to leading healthcare facilities and practitioners such as physical therapists, athletic trainers, and chiropractors, as well as direct to consumers. Its market-leading brands, which are sold in over 100 countries, include Biofreeze®, TheraBand®, TheraPearl®, Cramer®, Sammons Preston®, and Rolyan®. Performance Health is headquartered in the greater Chicago, Illinois area, with significant operations both in the US and internationally. Performance Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteran status, age, and any other characteristic protected by law.
          (USA-NC-Raleigh) Search Engine Marketing Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
Search Engine Marketing Manager + Job ID:331879 + Functional Area:eCommerce + + Location:NC - Raleigh + Position Type:Full-Time + + Send This Job to a FriendSaveSaveApply withLinkedInApply Now We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class: Join the AAP Digital Marketing team and start re-imagining the future of automotive retail. Disrupt the way consumers buy auto parts and take on some of the industry’s biggest challengers. We are charged with executing AAP's top-down commitment to digital transformation. As a Manager of Paid Search you’ll be a leader on one of the fastest growing teams at Advance Auto Parts. The role requires a high Business IQ as well as demonstrated communication and analytical skills.SUMMARY Responsible for establishing, growing and nurturing our Pay Per Click (PPC) programs by working directly with the search engines and our search partners to ensure consistent and profitable growth. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. + Grow the profit associated with the SEM program through superior campaign management and project management. + Support Search Engine Marketing through analysis, optimization, creative development, competitive research and new keyword acquisition. + Manage PPC budget and maximize ROAS across all available channels. + Build annual business plans for the SEM program. + Manage SEM analysts as needed. + Manage relationships with search engines and search marketing partners. + Manage relationships with internal teams to align advertising to promotional calendar. + Build out local search campaigns that drive traffic to retail locations + Stay current with industry trends and best practices. + Conceptualize and initiate tests (keyword bids, ad copy, and landing pages) in order to continually improve key metrics (click-through, call to action, convert) across campaigns. + Make recommendations on keyword selection and prioritize expansion efforts. + Investigate and implement new technologies, services, automation capabilities, and/or vendor solutions that enhance SEM. + Act as the Search Engine Marketing point of contact on technical development. + Protect the brand through trademark monitoring and policing. Qualifications: QUALIFICATIONS + Demonstrable history in strong applied analytics as a foundation for decision making - a love of data, gleaning insights from data, and making decisions based on data. + Ability to work on multiple things at once while staying focused on the details. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE + Bachelors degree, MBA Preferred + Minimum 5 plus years of business experience. + Two to four years of search engine marketing experience preferred. Online retail experience is a plus. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Manage Assistant Digital Marketing Manager or Digital Marketing Associate(s) as needed.
          (USA-NC-Raleigh) LMS Support Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
LMS Support Specialist + Job ID:331775 + Functional Area:Human Resources + Minimum Experience:3 - 5 Years + Location:NC - Raleigh + Position Type:Full-Time + + Send This Job to a FriendSaveSaveApply withLinkedInApply Now We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class: SummaryThe LMS Support Specialistis responsible for providing first level response support for LMS issues or tickets, maintaining learning curriculum in response to business or role changes, creating and distributing ad hoc learning reports and testing course functionality on multiple device types.The Support Specialist will also provide logistics support for training initiatives conducted across the company. This can include, but is not limited to, creation of training materials, production of workbooks, meeting management and participant communication. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESinclude the following. Other duties may be assigned. + Upload course content and assessments to the LMS and test appropriately; + Perform quality assurance checks on content and test functionality and communication with LMS prior to deployment; + Answer and resolve technical issues related to LMS, including documenting and responding to LMS e-mailbox; + Deliver routing reporting and upload training history monthly. Prepare reports, charts, graphs and statistics to support leadership and customer requirements; + Serve as point of contact for managers and team members for questions and problem resolution; + Manage training schedules; keep centralized calendar; + Manage vendor accounts; + Communicate with participants; + Book training rooms and ensure proper set up; + Partner with trainers and subject matter experts to prepare and issue course materials; QUALIFICATIONSTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE3-5 years’ experience in an LMS Support, training support or a similar role. + Proven ability to administer learning management systems for large organizations (10,000+ employees). + Experience with creating and maintaining learning groups based on role, tenure or other business needs. + Experience with digital learning and e-content delivery. + Experience with tracking and reporting on training completion and curriculum progress. + Experience with accessing legacy completion data from multiple systems. + Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. + Keep informed of latest trends in online learning technologies. + Identify and develop new procedures and techniques to improve online training delivery. + Highly motivated, productive and independent specialist, who will collaborate with internal business partners to troubleshoot and resolve LMS issues. + Experience with databases + Possess above average verbal and written communication skills. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIESNoneCERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONSNone Qualifications:
          (USA-NC-Raleigh) Project Manager II      Cache   Translate Page      
Project Manager II + Job ID:331791 + Functional Area:Corporate + + Location:NC - Raleigh + Position Type:Full-Time + + Send This Job to a FriendSaveSaveApply withLinkedInApply Now We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class: We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class: Advance Auto Parts, Inc., a leading automotive aftermarket parts provider in North America, serves both the professional installer and do-it-yourself customers. Advance operates approximately 5,100 stores, 126 WORLDPAC branches and serves approximately 1,300 independently owned CARQUEST branded stores in the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada. Advance Auto Parts is currently looking for aChange Management Leaderto join theirCorporate Systems Teamin Raleigh, NC. TheCorporate Systems Teamis responsible for IT strategy, development and operations of Advance’s “back office” systems. Our financial systems enable billions of dollars of transactions with both our suppliers and customers annually. Transformation is the focus as we are replacing aged systems and embracing software-as-a-service (SaaS). As theIT Finance Transformation Change Manager Leaderyou will: + Bring your exceptional communication skills, mental agility, and vision to Advance Auto Parts. + You will interface with a broad scope of the AAP environment including HR, Finance, IT, and outward facing functions as we move forward in a multitude of high-profile transformational projects. + Appreciating and anticipating downstream impacts of both implementation plans and current state opportunities is invaluable. As this Change Manager you will be guiding and adapting business and IT team as the landscape evolves with the introduction of new Financial ERP across AAP + A willingness to roll up your sleeves and find answers to complicated questions is paramount. Key elements of this role will include: - Identifying stakeholders, assessing degree of impact, and determining communication methodologies. - Creation of concise, detailed, actionable change management plans as they relate to ongoing projects - Ability to communicate complex principals to a diverse audience - Adaptable with ability to pivot rapidly as project(s) demand and support multiple initiatives simultaneously - Experience with managing SaaS software implementation required. SaaS HR and ERP experience a plus. Qualifications: Required Technical and Professional Experience: + Minimum of 5 years prior change management experience + Understanding of all aspects of a change (awareness, training, communications, rollout etc. ) of large scale business and technology transformation covering areas such HR and Finance, GL, AP, AR, Purchasing, ePro, and Budgeting / Planning + Demonstrated, proven experience of understanding changes related to SaaS/finance cloud Preferred Technical and Professional Experience: + Demonstrated experience delivering change in business applications in the Distribution, Retail, eCommerce or Direct-to-Customer verticals + Prosci, Certified Change Management Professional or Change Management Specialist credentials are a plus. + Experience working in a product centric organization + Demonstrated experience working with Oracle Financials Cloud Platform/SaaS Required Education: + Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience Preferred Education: + Master’s Degree
          Panasonic Establishes New Consumer Experience Partnership With Raleigh & Drake      Cache   Translate Page      


          Election fraud fears in North Carolina keep the midterms story alive      Cache   Translate Page      

Last week, a bipartisan state board unanimously voted not to certify an election result in North Carolina’s Ninth Congressional District, where Republican candidate Mark Harris thought he had narrowly beaten his Democratic rival, Dan McCready. At issue were irregularities in two rural counties where a disproportionate number of voters requested absentee ballots, then did not return them. Allegations abound that an operation led by an independent contractor tied to the Republican campaign tampered with those ballots. Over the past 24 hours, in particular, claims of potential electoral fraud have started to cut through in the national press.

To get readers and viewers up-to-speed, many national outlets have leaned on excellent local stories, including the Raleigh News & Observer’s analysis that unreturned ballots disproportionately belonged to minority voters, and the same paper’s work with the Charlotte Observer to dig into the contractor at the center of the scandal, who has prior convictions for fraud and perjury. Yesterday, local TV station WSOC reported that 159 submitted absentee ballots were signed by just eight different witnesses, one of whom told a reporter for the station that the contractor paid her to deliver ballots to him. Original reporting by Popular Information (a newsletter written by the founding editor of ThinkProgress, Judd Legum) and The Washington Post moved the story further along.

ICYMI: The secret cost of pivoting to video

The delayed, careful coverage of the North Carolina story contrasts with the noisy national conversation about voter fraud that tracked the recount of gubernatorial and US Senate ballots in Florida last month—a conversation stoked by conspiracy theories on social media, then given a megaphone by President Trump. It’s right that national outlets should proceed with caution this time: they’re dealing with a complex framework of local characters, institutions, and rules, and fraud has not yet been proven. Nonetheless, it feels jarring that (so far, at least) suspicions grounded in meticulously reported fact have attracted less coverage than Trump’s totally baseless Florida allegations.

The story may yet make it to the top of the news cycle—an outcome that will become a lot more likely should fraud be established or state officials order a do-over. For now, it’s fighting for airtime amid relentless coverage of George H.W. Bush’s death and growing speculation that Robert Mueller may be wrapping up his Russia probe, among other big stories. It’s not alone: in recent days, a range of stories linked to the midterms and their aftermath have appeared. Yesterday, many outlets reported that Republican lawmakers in states like Wisconsin and Michigan are moving to slash the power of their governors before GOP incumbents cede office to Democrats elected in November. That idea came from North Carolina, in 2016.

The North Carolina fraud story ties into multiple broader narratives that may further clarify the muddy picture that emerged on election night—for example, Democrats subsequently surging in seats they thought they’d lost, the concerted disenfranchisement of minority voters by Republicans, and the president’s fear-mongering about voter fraud. All these topics have seen good reporting, but feel somehow disconnected. Joining the dots could give them greater national resonance.

Below, more on North Carolina and the ongoing midterms story:

  • Aggressive local journalism: Watch WSOC reporter Joe Bruno’s bombshell interview with absentee ballot witness Ginger Eason here.
  • Fact-based suspicions: For good rundowns of the complicated picture in North Carolina’s Ninth Congressional District, listen to J. Michael Bitzer, a political scientist at Catawba College, on FiveThirtyEight’s Politics Podcast, or watch McClatchy reporter Brian Murphy talk with MSNBC’s Chris Hayes.
  • Back to the ballot box: Voters in Georgia will go to the polls again today to vote in a runoff election for secretary of state, after neither candidate won a majority in a close race to succeed Brian Kemp in November. Kemp is stepping up to the governor’s mansion despite allegations of voter suppression marring his win over Democrat Stacey Abrams last month. The New Yorker’s Charles Bethea assesses whether voter anger about that might juice turnout today.
  • Lame ducks? For Mother Jones, Ari Berman writes that Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and North Carolina are racing to “gut” voting rights before newly elected Democrats take office in those states.


Other notable stories:

  • Following The New York Times’s success with its Daily podcast, the Post is out with its own daily offering, Post Reports, hosted by Martine Powers. Yesterday’s first episode featured a new lead in a cold murder case, and a discussion of how climate change became a partisan issue in the US.
  • Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan writes that the collapse of digital media companies like Mic is hurting a generation of young journalists. “With the tragic demise of local newspapers, places like Mic have become the entry point into the craft for a lot of young journalists. What’s more, their newsrooms have been admirably diverse, a diversity that their journalism has admirably reflected,” Sullivan says. “As they go under, such entry points disappear. And the journalists who have been through this ugly process—sometimes more than once—burn out.”
  • Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze is merging with another online conservative media platform, Mark Levin’s CRTV, to found a new company called Blaze Media. Elsewhere in the conservative media universe, the Washington Examiner is expanding, with plans to relaunch its weekly magazine for a national subscriber base.
  • For CJR, June Cross, an independent documentarian and professor at Columbia Journalism School, takes issue with a Post critic’s assertion that “documentaries aren’t journalism” because filmmakers prioritize emotion over information—a claim akin to saying “longform magazine writers aren’t journalists,” Cross writes.
  • Britain’s politicians aren’t just squabbling over Brexit—they can’t even agree on which channel should host a debate on the issue, The Guardian’s Jim Waterson reports. Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May insists she will be debating Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on the BBC, while Corbyn insists he will be debating May on ITV. At issue are differing formats that would, respectively, favor May and Corbyn, their camps believe.
  • Bari Weiss, an opinion columnist at the Times, and Eve Peyser, a politics and culture writer for Vice, hated each other on Twitter—then met in person and found they got along just fine. The pair reflected on their real-life rapprochement in a piece for the Times. Twitter had strong opinions (perhaps because it hasn’t met itself in person yet).
  • And The New Yorker’s Emma Allen has this fun read on Babette Bombshell, a genderqueer actor who was cast as Roger Ailes’s body double in the documentary Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes. “Roger was terrified of anything that was not his very narrow definition of normal, so it just seemed like cosmic justice,” the film’s director, Alexis Bloom, said.

ICYMI: Aftershocks from Kansas, the epicenter of voter suppression

Editor’s Note: The headline on this story has been updated.

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Four Memphis City Council members walked out of the body's Tuesday meeting after the council voted to open the floor back up to all six candidates vying for the vacant District 1 seat.


Resuming its November 20th meeting, the council began its 108th round of voting, deciding between the top two vote-getters from the previous meeting: Rhonda Logan, executive director of the Raleigh Community Development Corp., and Lonnie Treadaway, sales manager for Flinn Broadcasting Corp.


After one round of voting, the council appeared to be following a pattern similar to the November 20th meeting. Council members Ford Canale, Frank Colvett, Kemp Conrad, and Chairman Berlin Boyd passed, while Councilmen Worth Morgan and Reid Hedgepeth voted for Treadaway, and Council members Joe Brown, Jamita Swearengen, Patrice Robinson, and Martavious Jones supported Logan.


Two rounds in, Conrad made a motion to open the process back up to all candidates, but that idea was shot down by Robinson and Jones, who both said that would be “unfair” and inconsistent with the council’s rules.


“We have a candidate here that the community has asked for,” Robinson said. “The community deserves to have the candidate they want no the one that we want.”


Jones encouraged his colleagues to be “fair and consistent” in how the council appoints new members, saying that when Canale was appointed to the council in May, the process was simpler. “We didn’t even ask questions of Mr. Canale or any of the other candidates.”


“So for us to apply different standards here is unfair and inconsistent,” Jones said. “We are not in a position to vet who the people want.”


Looking blindly at the candidates on paper, “taking names and faces away,” Jones said “there is no way that anybody would not vote for Ms. Logan.”


The motion to open up the floor to the other four candidates again passed, prompting Jones, Swearengen, Robinson, and Brown to simultaneously pack their belongings and leave the council chambers. Members of the audience cheered and applauded, as the meeting was forced to suspend due to there no longer being a quorum. Seven members are needed for a quorum.


Outside of the chambers, Jones said the council’s vote to open the floor back up “goes against all the rules that we set forth as a rule-making body.”


“Instead of participating in what we feel is a sham process, we just chose to walk out,” Jones said. “You have a person that has been entrenched in this community practically for all her life. Let’s take race and gender out of it and look at these candidates on paper.


“How could any of my colleagues support someone who just eight months ago was living in an entirely different state and think that person is the best to represent District 1? It’s an insult to all of the voters.”


Jones attributed the council’s inability to reach a decision to the disproportionate representation of African Americans on the council. In a 65 percent African-American city, Jones said there should be at least eight or nine African American council members.


“Our current structure allows for us to have a very thin 7-6 majority,” Jones said. “I don’t know how much this is being motivated by race.”


"At the very least," Jones said the seat should be filled by someone who has lived in and is invested in the community rather than someone “who decided to relocate just to be an opportunist.”


“If any of my colleagues could articulate why on paper Treadaway is the better candidate than Ms. Logan in a clear, concise manner, it may change my mind,” Jones said.


As of press time, the four council members had not returned in order for the meeting to resume. This means the council’s meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 4th has not yet been called to order.


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These people were not related to any of my lines. I just came across their stories in researching and then found the newspaper stories and couldn't resist making a post about the stories.


Ida Bell Franklin was born 10/14/1875 in Madison County, NC to Mitchell Tillery Franklin (DOB 9/11/1848 in Madison County, NC; DOD 4/27/1933 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) and Delaney Jane Norton (DOB 12/24/1851 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 9/25/1933 in Mars Hill, Madison County, NC).

Mitchell Tillery Franklin and Delana Jane Norton had Vina Franklin, George Logan Franklin, Ida Bell Franklin, Hattie Franklin, Bettie Franklin, Daisy Franklin, Manley Winston Franklin, Martha Jane Franklin, Sophia Franklin, Milburn Franklin, Edna Franklin, Roburla "Burlie" Franklin, Bonnie Franklin. That is 3 boys and 10 girls!

1880 U.S. Census of Shelton Laurel, Madison County, North Carolina; Roll: 971; Page: 28D; Enumeration District: 124, "Mitchell Franklin"
Mitchell Franklin, W(hite), M(ale), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in NC, Father born in NC, Mother born in TN
Delana Franklin, W, F, 28 yrs old, Wife, Married, Keeping house, Born in NC, Both parents bron in NC
Vina Franklin, W, F, 10 yrs old, Daughter, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
George Franklin, W, M, 8 yrs old, Son, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Ida Belle Franklin, W, F, 8 yrs old (DOB 1872), Daughter, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Hattie Franklin, W, F, 2 yrs old, Daughter, Single, At home, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC

In 1894, Ida Bell Franklin had a son by unknown father named Jeter Logan Franklin on 1/1/1894 in NC. He grew up and married twice: Tullis Blanche Chandley and Georgia Bailey. Ida Bell Franklin's parents raised Jeter Logan Franklin.

Ida Bell Franklin married William Baxter Shelton, Sr. on 1/9/1895 in Greene County, TN.

Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1780-2002
Name: Belle Franklin
Gender: Female
Marriage Date: 9 Jan 1895
Marriage Place: Greene, Tennessee, USA
Spouse: William Shelton

William Baxter Shelton was born 9/29/1877 in Madison County, NC to William Riley Shelton (DOB 12/11/1836 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 2/3/1896 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) and Mary Riddle (aka Mollie Riddle, Polly Riddle) (DOB Abt. 1837 in Madison County, NC; DOD ? ).

William Riley Shelton was 1st married to Martha Jane Johnson (DOB Abt. 1839 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD Abt. 1875 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) on 3/1/1855 in Craven County, NC. They had five children:

1) Arminda Shelton (DOB 7/13/1857 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 5/25/1941 in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN) married Levi "Bud" Shelton, Solomon Hensley, David Shelton.

2) Noah Shelton (DOB 3/7/1858 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; D)D 4/9/1935 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC)

3) Bluferd Elbridge Shelton (DOB 12/27/1861 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 12/19/1925 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC)

4) Bayless Shelton (DOB 1/27/1865 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 1/23/1926 in Jasper, Marion County, TN)

5) Jersey Lynn Shelton (DOB 1/1/1868 in Madison County, NC; DOD 6/13/1944 in Madison County, NC) married John S. Chandley.

William Riley Shelton was 2nd married to Amanda "Mandy" Jane Norton (DOB 5/10/1859 in Madison County, NC; DOD 11/13/1947 in Bridgeport, Cocke County, TN) on 9/12/1875 in Washington County, TN. They had one child:

1) Laura Annie Shelton (DOB 5/13/1879 in Madison County ,NC; DOD 9/27/1959 in ?  ) married Thomas John Brisco Hensley.

William Riley Shelton married 3rd Mary "Polly" Riddle. They had two children:

1) William Baxter Shelton, Sr. (DOB 9/29/1877 in NC; DOD 5/6/1912 in Madison County, NC) married Ida Bell Franklin and Mary Katherine "Kittie" Moore on 8/3/1886 in Craven County, NC.

2) Vianna E. Shelton (DOB 4/13/1880 in NC; DOD 6/5/1956 in Washington College, Washington County, TN) married Champ Harrison Briggs (DOB 7/29/1870 in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN; DOD 2/21/1954 in Greeneville, Greene County, TN).

Mary Riddle was also married twice. She was first married to Solomon "Sol" Chandley (DOB 7/13/1825 in NC; DOD 11/25/1910 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) on 11/15/1869 in Madison County, NCChandley had children with 3 different women: Juda "Judy" Shelton (1833-1910). He had 12 children with Judah SheltonJudy Shelton was born (7/1833 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 8/27/1910 in Madison County, NC) to David Eli Shelton and Catherine MillerJudy was the younger sister of William Riley Shelton.

 Sol Chandley and Mary Riddle had 4 children. And he had Hattie Chandley with Eliza ? .

Although he married Mary Riddle on 11/15/1869, he was having children with Judy Shelton before and after his wedding to Mary. That would be awkward.



Statesville Record and Landmark, Statesville, NC, 2/28/1895, Pg 7
A special to the Asheville Citizen from Marshall, Madison County, says a fight occurred on Shelton Laurel Sunday night in which Everett Shelton was shot and supposed to be mortally wounded by James Stanton, who made his escape. At the same time and place Boss Stanton was shot and killed by Baxter Shelton. At the time he was shot he was making a brutal assault on Shelton with a pistol. Shelton first begged for peace but Stanton was determined to fight. The affray is the result of an old feud.

News and Observer, Raleigh, NC, 3/1/1895, Pg 1
Asheville, N.C., Feb. 28-Everett Shelton, who was shot by Jim Stanton at Shelton Laurel, Madison County, Sunday night, has died. At last accounts Jim Stanton and Baxter Shelton, who killed a man apiece, had not been caught.

The Asheville Weekly Citizen, Asheville, NC, 3/1/1895, Pg 1
Madison's Last Tragedy
Particulars Of The Double Killing On Shelton Laurel Sunday Night
E.F. Chandley of this city has received a letter from his brother, J.C. Chandley, who lives on Shelton Laurel, Madison County, near the scene of last Sunday night's tragedy.
From the particulars given in the letter it appears that there were five men engaged in the difficulty, which occurred at "Son" Franklin's house. The five were "Boss" Stanton and Everett Shelton, James Stanton and Rod. Shelton. An old grudge had existed between "Boss" Stanton and Baxter Shelton, and when the men met these two agreed to go outside and talk the matter over.
As the disappeared in the darkness Stanton took hold of Shelton's right arm. Shelton said after the tragedy that Stanton snatched his pistol out of his right hand and fired at his head. Shelton, who, it seems, usually carried two pistols, caught a pistol from his left pocket with his left hand and shot Stanton in the breast. Stanton died in 15 or 20 minutes.
At this time James Stanton and Rod. Shelton were standing near the door. Everett Shelton, who was a short distance from them, stepped toward the door. Stanton warned him not to draw his pistol. Shooting then began between the men in the house, and a bullet from Stanton's pistol took effect in Everett Shelton's breast, causing his death Monday morning. Some 15 shots were fired during the fray. James Stanton and Baxter Shelton were slightly wounded. The letter, which was written Monday, said the men had escaped.
The parties to the terrible affair were not brothers, as at first stated. James Stanton is an uncle of "Boss," and the Sheltons are second cousins.

Hamilton News Press - Marion County, AL - March 7, 1895 - Transcribed and submitted by Veneta McKinney
A BAD BLOOD LETTING -
Information was received at Asheville, N. C. Monday afternoon of a shooting affray that occurred at Shelton Laurel, a wild mountainous section in Madison CountyBaxter and Everette Shelton, brothers, (not brothers but cousins, see below) were engaged in a game of cards with "Boss" and Jim Stanton, brothers, when a dispute arose, with the result that "Boss" Stanton was shot and instantly killed by Baxter Shelton and Everette Shelton was mortally wounded by Jim Stanton. Bad blood had existed for some time.

Who were the people in this story and how were they related to William Baxter Shelton?
David Eli Shelton and Catherine Miller
William "Bill" Shelton....siblings..........Juda "Judy" Shelton
William Riley Shelton.....1st cousins......Solomon Shelton
William Baxter Shelton...2nd cousins....Everett Hayes Shelton
Everett Hayes Shelton was Baxter Shelton's second cousins.

James William Stanton (DOB 5/18/1867 in Madison County, NC; DOD 10/25/1916 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC) married 1st Lucretia Corly on 9/22/1889 in Craven County, NC. He married 2nd Maud Odell (DOB Abt. 1886 in ? ; DOD ? in ? ) on 10/31/1908 in Craven County, NC. They had five children. James Stanton's parents were George Stanton and Mary Cook. James' only brother was Ephraim Stanton. I don't know if he was "Boss" Stanton.



Ida Bell Franklin and William Baxter Shelton, Sr. had a child:

1) Flossy Franklin Shelton (DOB 1/3/1896 in Marshall, Madison County, NC; DOD 8/10/1989 in Asheville, Buncombe County, NC) married Jesse Vinson Wallin (DOB 11/7/1893 in NC; DOD 5/11/1989 in Madison County, NC).

Ida Bell Franklin had a son with unknown father:

1) Garrison Franklin (DOB 1/23/1898 in Madison County, NC; DOD 2/10/1917 in Madison County, NC of "supposed paralysis"), never married



Asheville Daily Gazette, Asheville, NC, 1/7/1898, Pg 2
Madison County Outlawry
Not since the days of "Redmond, the Outlaw," has there been such a reign of terror in Western North Carolina, as has existed in the counties of Yancey and Madison for the past few months. Brief accounts of the several high handed acts of lawlessness by George McCurry and Baxter Shelton have been published in the Gazette. It was hoped that the last tragedy, of a fortnight ago, in Madison County, in which Baxter Shelton figured as chief actor, of serious fatalities, in which he would appear. It seems however that the end is not reached. Hardy Merrell, one of the most responsible citizens of Madison County, called at the Gazette office last night, and reported that he had information that Baxter Shelton was still in the vicinity of Laurel, accompanied by a band of lawless men and defying the officers of the law who have warrants for his arrest. It is reported that this band of outlaws are well equipped with arms and are perpetrating various acts of lawlessness within the vicinity where they live to the terror of the citizens. It is also reported that in Yancey County the notorious George McCurry is still engaged in open violation of the revenue laws and defies any and all officers to disturb him in his operations. It is reported on good authority that Baxter Shelton has shot six men since Christmas and is still at large. Mr. Merrell says that the good people of Madison County are indignant at the recent outbreak of lawlessness in that county, and are determined to see that these desperadoes are brought to justice.



Shelton Laurel area



I found these photos online about Shelton Laurel and hiking some trails there. I thought these showed how dense the mountain laurel could be which is where the area gets it's name and why it was remote and isolated. During the War of Northern Aggression there could be snipers and men behind every bush.

Here are photos of mountain laurel.








11/2/1899
Surrounded And Captured
Baxter Shelton, Champ Briggs and Jack Shelton Suspected Of The Crime
Baxter Shelton, Champ Briggs and Jack Shelton are no (sic) exected (sic) of being the murderers of Lemuel Jackson near Greeneville last week.
A gentleman who was in the chase after the murderers told a Journal and Tribune reporter of the latest developments in the case. He preferred for personal reasons that his name not be used.
the above named men were followed by bloodhounds many miles into the mountains to a place known as Shelton Laurel, where the laurel bushes grow so thickly that the trail could not be followed further.
The sheriffs of Greene, Hamblen and Cocke counties were among the pursuers. The bloodhound of the sheriff of Cocke county, which is one of the best sleuths in East Tennessee, followed the trail.
The pursuing party was on foot and following the lead of the hounds passed over spots where the Sheltons and Briggs had been seen. Reaching a creek running from the mountains the trail was for a time lost, showing that the fleeing parties had waded the stream.
The hound followed the bank and where the party came out of the creek she took up the trail anew. She went directly to houses of the Sheltons and Briggs in the mountains. Then the trail was taken up afresh and followed to the Shelton Laurels-an almost impenetrable growth of laurel bushes of miles in extent. The case was there given up.
The Journal and Tribune's informant says that the son and son-in-law of the murdered man have turned up and no one longer suspects them of the crime.
Mrs. Jackson was seen at her home, which is a very nice one and told the story of the murder to the Journal and Tribune's informat (sic). The house has iron bars to its windows and is calculated to confirm suspicion that a large sum of money was kept in the house.
Mrs. Jackson had gone to the woodpile on the morning of the murder when she was accosted by three men with blackened faces, one of whom asked for something to eat, while the other two proceeded toward the house.
Lemuel Jackson, hearing the noise, went to the door. As he did so one of the men said, "We've got you this time," and then commanded Jackson to hold up his hands. One hand went up while the other went behind the door for a gun.
Five shots were fired at him. Mrs. Jackson was then told to tell the whereabouts of his money. She was told that if she would stay away from the telephone, which was in the house, and keep buiet (sic), she would not be hurt. Mrs. Jackson then told them that her husband had some money in a secret pocket of his underwear on the inside of his right leg, near the trunk of the body.
Six hundred dollars was thus obtained, and Mrs. Jackson said the two Sheltons and Briggs had been to the house in the summer and that her husband drove them away with a Winchester rifle.











I could not find where they ever arrested the murderers or got any conviction.

How were all these men related? Jack Shelton was born 4/22/1862 in Madison County, NC to Roderick "Rod" Shelton (DOB 5/1825 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 5/18/1921 in ? ) and Mary Polly Mercer (DOB 3/1822 in Madison County, NC; DOD 1906 in Madison County, NC). Rod Shelton was the son of David Eli Shelton and Catherine Miller.

David Eli Shelton and Catherine Miller
Children of David Eli Shelton William "Bill" Shelton.......Roderick Shelton...........Juda "Judy" Shelton
Grandchildren: Son of William "Bill" Shelton: William Riley Shelton
Grandchildren: Son of Roderick Shelton: Jack Shelton
Grandchildren: Son of Juda "Judy" Shelton: Solomon Shelton
Great Grandchild: Son of William Riley Shelton: William Baxter Shelton
Jack Shelton was Baxter Shelton's first cousin once removed.

Lemuel Jackson was born 8/8/1827 in Greene County, TN to Lemuel Jackson and Jane Dishman. He was killed 10/27/1899 in Greene County, TN. He was married to Emeline Lawson (DOB 5/30/1833 in Greene County, TN to Stephen Lawson and Catharine Freshour; DOD 4/22/1917 in Greene County, TN).



Ida Bell Franklin and William Baxter Shelton must have divorced before the 1900 U.S. Census as both are living "Single" in different households.

1900 U.S. Census of Shelton Laurel, Madison, North Carolina; Page: 5; Enumeration District: 0074; FHL microfilm: 1241205, "John Shelton"
John Shelton, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born May, 1864, 36 yrs old, Married 11 yrs, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Jersey Shelton, Wife, W, F, Born Jan, 1867, 33 yrs old, Married 11 yr, 4 children with 4 still living, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Cannot read and write
Sylvania Shelton, Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1889, 11 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
William F. Shelton, Son, W, M, Born Mar, 1893, 7 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Valary Shelton, Daughter, W, F, Born Mar, 1896, 4 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Bunny Shelton, Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1899, 1 yr old, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Iday Franklin (sic), Servant, W, F, Born Oct, 1875, 24 yrs old, Single, 3 children with 3 still living, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farm laborer, Can read and write
Garison Franklin (sic), L-Daughter (sic), W, M, Born Jan, 1898, 2 yrs old, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC

1900 U.S. Census of Shelton Laurel, Madison, North Carolina; Page: 5; Enumeration District: 0074; FHL microfilm: 1241205, "Polly Shellon" (sic)
Polly Shellon, Head, W(hite), F(emale), Born May, 1840, 60 yrs old, Widowed, 9 children with 7 still living, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Bakster Shellon (sic), Son, W, M, Born Sept, 1877, 22 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farm laborer, Can read and write
Flossy Franklin, Granddaughter, W, F, Born May, 1896, 4 yrs old, Single, Born in NC, Both parents born in NC
Nancy Shelton, Servant, W, F, Born Mar, 1879, 21 yrs old, Single Born in NC, Both parents born in NC, Farm laborer, Can read and write

On 11/27/1901, Baxter Shelton married Mary Katherine "Kittie" Moore in Craven County, NC. Mary Katherine Moore was born 1/18/1883 in TN. They had:

1) Glenna Faye Shelton (DOB 10/30/1902 in Unicoi County, TN; DOD 8/6/1981 in Jefferson County, KY) married Fletcher Roosevelt Cole (DOB 12/10/1902 in VA; DOD 12/1986 in Louisville, Jefferson County, KY).

2) Mamie Dorothy Shelton (DOB 2/16/1905 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 7/14/1985 in Gastonia, Gaston County, NC) married Haywood Gordon Kincaid (DOB 12/5/1898 in Gaston County, NC; DOD 12/4/1963 in Gastonia, Gaston County, NC).

3) William Beauford Shelton (DOB 2/1/1907 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 1/8/1989 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC) married Natalie Louise Lumpkin (DOB 1/24/1910 in New Bern, Craven County, NC; DOD 4/15/1985 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC).

4) Clayton Jackson Shelton (DOB 8/16/1909 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 2/17/1995 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, NC)

5) Dwight Eugene Shelton (DOB 7/16/1910 in Madison County, NC; DOD 10/8/1972 in Sebring, Highlands County, NC) married Eva Mary Owens (DOB 2/16/1926 in Glade Springs, Washington County, VA; DOD 4/16/2005 in Avon Park, Highlands County, FL).

6) William Baxter Shelton, Jr. (DOB 3/14/1912 in White Rock, Madison County, NC; DOD 5/16/1986 in Burkeville, Nottoway County, VA) married Emily Cutshall (DOB 6/15/1913 in Madison County, NC; DOD 9/8/1987 in Asheville, Buncombe County, NC)


The 3 men in this story who captured John Pate are Jim Shelton, Grant Shelton and Baxter Shelton. There are more than one Jim and Grant Sheltons. But I believe these 3 men to be second cousins.

David Eli Shelton (the ancestor they had in common)

Sons of David Eli Shelton: John Robert Shelton, Sr. and William Bill Shelton

Grandsons: Sons of John Robert Shelton, Sr.: John Robert Shelton, Jr., Ulysses Grant Shelton, James H. Shelton
Grandsons: Sons of William Bill Shelton: William Riley Shelton

Great Grandsons: Sons of John Robert Shelton, Jr.James Jacob Shelton and Grant Shelton
Great Grandsons: Sons of William Riley Shelton: William Baxter Shelton


The North Carolinian, Raleigh, NC, 4/26/1906, Pg 5
Capture of Pate
The Man Who Stamped A Woman To Death
He Is Taken By Three Men, Who, Spurred By Offer Of Reward, Track Him Into Tennessee
Asheville, N.C., April 23-John Pate, the Madison County desperado, who it is alleged committed one of the most brutal and dastardly murders ever perpetuated in western North Carolina, and who, in company with ten others, escaped from the Buncombe County jail last October has been recaptured and was this morning brought here and again placed behind lock and key.
The capture was made in the Bald Mountains, in Union County, Tennessee, early Sunday morning by three Madison county men who had heard of Pate's whereabouts and were seeking to obtain the $300 reward offered for his capture. Jim Shelton, Baxter Shelton and Grant Shelton. The men, as quick on the trigger and desperate of chances as Pate himself, heard that the outlaw was hiding in the fastnessess of the Bald Mountains, and Friday morning they left Madison County over the rough trail, going horseback and on foot. House after house was searched in the vicinity of his hiding place and finally the man was located in a dilapidated shack which had every appearance of being deserted, with open windows and crumbling roof. Pate was asleep on a bunk, as was also another man lying in the opposite side of the room, and the alleged murderer was awakened by the flash of a lantern.
He instantly sprang for a table across which were lying two shot guns and some knives, but was as quickly covered and ordered to halt. He and his companion made further effort to reach the weapons but were sternly warned, and while two men outside kept the inmates of the room in check. Baxter Shelton batered (sic) down the door. An entrance having been effected, the men bound their prize and set out to retrace their slow and tortuous way. They stated here today they had slept almost none in the past three days, but that their prisoner had given them no trouble.
Pate appeared unconcerned today. He stated that he has ever since his escape lived in the Bald Mountains.
It has been two years since Pate is alleged to have killed Mrs. Johanna Crowder of California Creek, Madison County, murdering her in a brutish manner that has scarcely a parallel in Madison's criminal annals. It is alleged that he attacked the woman in a lonely place near her home and that he literally stamped her to death. When she was almost in a dying condition he forced from her a promise to state that her condition was due to an accident and compelled her to return to her home. She died shortly after, having stated, however that Pate had killed her. Pate then fled, living on what is aptly known as the Wolfe's Den until about eight months afterwards when he was captured by United States Marshal Barnes and a posse. He was lodged in the Madison jail was then brought to Asheville for safekeeping and subsequently made his escape in the jail delivery.


Madison County Record, Marshall, NC, 6/7/1909, Pg 5
Baxter Shelton and Champ Briggs were here from Shelton Laurel Monday and Tuesday.


The French Broad News, Marshall, NC, 9/14/1911, Pg 4
Shooting At White Rock
The Little Rock baseball team came over from Halewood Friday and played White Rock two games on Saturday. The morning game was 14 to 3 in favor of White Rock. The evening game was 12 to 3 in favor of White Rock.
As we were all coming from the game, I, in company with Baxter Shelton and one of the Little Rock boys, was passing Gordon Gilbert's house. Gordon shot at Baxter. Then Baxter got off his horse and fired on Gilbert and then started toward home. Gilbert then fired several times, one shot hitting Shelton on the right leg, 6" above the knee. Gilbert shot at Shelton as long as he could see him. The boys had some trouble a few days ago over the store account.
J.S. Ray


Notice that Gordon Gilbert was shooting at Baxter Shelton in 1911 and now Harm Gilbert is with Shelton when Champ Briggs murders him in 1912. Wonder if they were related?


Asheville Gazette News, Asheville, NC, 5/6/1912, Pg 1
Shot To Death Old Feud Case
Story of Killing Of Baxter Shelton By Champ Briggs Comes From Madison
W.S. Rice of Madison County was in Asheville today and told of a homicide that occurred on Laurel in No. 2 township Saturday afternoon in which "Champ" Briggs shot and almost instantly killed Baxter Shelton. Mr. Rice stated that the killing was the result of an old drudge (sic) about politics; that the two men had met to talk the matter over when the trouble occurred.
According to his statement Shelton had handed his pistol to Briggs to show that he meant no harm. Then, he stated, Briggs began firing at a man named Gilbert, who was with Shelton. Gilbert ran and then Briggs turned the pistol on Shelton shooting him in the chest and neck. Both men were prominent in the section. They were men of property and each had a store.
It is said that Briggs made no attempt to escape and is now in jail at Marshall.


Let's take a moment to look at who Champ Briggs was. Champ Harrison Briggs was born 7/29/1880 in Erwin, Unicoi County, TN to John Logan Briggs (DOB 2/28/1848 in Yancey County, NC to John Lee Briggs and Anna Melissa Garland; DOD 11/22/1934 in Unicoi County, TN)  and Mary Briggs (DOB 8/1849 in TN to Benjamin Franklin Briggs and Nancy McFarland; DOD ? in ? ). Champ Briggs MARRIED A SHELTON, Vianna Shelton. Vianna Shelton was born 4/13/1880 in NC to William Riley Shelton (DOB 12/11/1836 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 2/3/1896 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC) and Mary Polly Riddle (DOB 1839 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC; DOD 1875 in Shelton Laurel, Madison County, NC). that means that Vianna Shelton and William Baxter Shelton were brother and sister. Baxter's parents were also William Riley Shelton and his third wife Mary Polly Riddle. The only 2 children of William Riley Shelton and his third wife, Mary Polly Riddle, were Vianna Shelton and William Baxter Shelton. So Champ Briggs was Baxter Shelton's brother-in-law! I'm surprised this isn't mentioned in the newspaper reports?!? I worked on this family for two days trying to figure out the relationships. If you read this blog post thoroughly you will see that the newspaper reports are saying some things and not saying others. I think there was a lot of inner-community and inner-family conflicts and politics. Basically everyone was afraid of the bullies in the community of Shelton Laurel. I think even the sheriffs, judges, newspapers were afraid of them. People in the community probably didn't talk, or even lied, because they had to live in the community. They had to go home and if the police couldn't, or wouldn't, stop them, then they could be the target next. And, someone in the community might take care of the problem in a little mountain justice? As out of control as Baxter Shelton evidently was, is it possible that Champ Briggs was administering a little justice? Maybe that's why he got acquitted of murder? Or was Champ Briggs the bully and everyone was just afraid of him so let him get away with it? The newspaper accounts have Champ Briggs admitting on the stand that he had shot (killed?) 15-22 men since he'd moved from Tennessee to the Shelton Laurel community of Madison County. I can only speculate based on the newspaper reports. I can't really judge. It sounds like they both were pretty messed up and caused a lot of trouble and pain.



Greensboro Daily News, Greensboro, NC, 5/7/1912, Pg 1
Homicide In Madison Co.
Champ Briggs Kills Baxter Shelton Over Political Grudge
Asheville, May 6-W.S. Rice, of Madison County, here today told of a homicide in Laurel, No. 2 township, Saturday afternoon, in which Champ Briggs fatally shot Baxter Shelton. The trouble was an old political grudge. The men had agreed to talk the matter over and Shelton handed Briggs his pistol to show friendliness. Rice says that Briggs first fired at the man who was with Shelton, and then fired twice into Shelton, who died instantly. Briggs made no effort to escape. He is in Madison County jail. Both are prominent locally.


Asheville Citizen Times, Asheville, NC, 12/19/1912, Pg 10
Briggs Case Goes To The Jury Today
Some Of The Lawyers Have Presented Arguments
T.S. Rollins, for Prosecution, and Congressman Gudger, for the Defense Remain To Be Heard
Although Superior Court adjourned yesterday from three o'clock until five in the afternoon so that the jury could attend the lecture of William Jennings Bryan, more progress was made in the trial of Champ Briggs, for the alleged murder of Baxter Shelton, than was hoped for by the attorneys at any time before the case was taken up. After several witnesses testified as to the character of the defendent and the deceased, argument was taken up by the attorneys in the case and when court adjourned last night only two attorneys remained to be heard before the jury will received their charge by Judge B.F. Long.
Guy Roberts was the first attorney to address the judy (sic) for the prosecution and for some time he reviewed the testimony of the chief witness, Harmon Gilbert, the only eyewitness to the tragedy. Mr. Roberts emphasized the fact that it had been testified that Briggs had shot Shelton with his own gun.
P.W. McElroy was the first attorney to speak in behalf of the prisoner and Mr. McElroy made an eloquent plea for the man who is charged with the murder of Shelton. Mr. McElroy featured in his speech the testimony of Briggs himself, who swore that he was forced to kill Shelton in self defense.
Solicitor Robert R. Reynolds began his address to the jury before court adjourned at one o'clock and he outlined the law on the subject of self defense. Mr. Reynolds made a plea for the conviction of Briggs upon the grounds that he is one of the most notorious gunmen of the state. He told the jury that in the interests of justice they were under obligations to every citizen of the state to render a verdict of guilty. Mr. Reynolds had not finished his speech when the court adjourned for Bryan's lecture.
When court reconvened at five o'clock the attorneys seemed to be willing to make short addresses and and each of the lawyers summed the points of his argument up very briefly. J.E. Swain followed Mr. Reynolds with a short argument for the defense. W.W. Zachary of Brevard then made an address on the legal side of the self defense question and also took up some of the testimony. Mr. Zachary said there was no plausible grounds for the plea of self defense in the testimony. None of the attorneys seemed to lay particular stress on the testimony of Briggs who testified for several hours in his own behalf. They deprecated the testimony of the defendant, because he was interested in the matter while it was said that Gilbert, the star witness for the state was entirely disinterested. On the other hand the attorneys for the defense claim that Gilbert was an accomplice of Sheltons and came with Shelton to Briggs' home for the purpose of raising trouble.
Thomas S. Rollins will close for the prosecution this morning with the longest of the speeches and Congressman J.M. Gudger will address the jury for the defense. The case will probably go to the jury after the charge by Judge B.F. Long, about noon.


The Lenoir Topic, Lenoir, NC, 12/24/1912, Pg 1
Kept Pistol In His Room At Jail
Asheville, Dec. 18-That Sheriff Buckner of Madison County, allowed him to keep a pistol in his room at the jail, allowed him to eat at the family table and allowed him to drink whiskey whenever he so desired were the startling statements made on the witness stand yesterday by Champ Briggs, who is on trial here for the alleged murder of Baxter Shelton several months ago. Briggs case was transferred to Buncombe County from Madison because the State insisted that he could not get a fair trial in the latter county.
Sheriff Buckner has not yet taken the stand, and so has had no chance to either confirm or deny the charges made by Briggs. Mr. Buckner is the same sheriff who was recently severely reprimanded by Judge Boyd in Federal court here for arresting a witness and taking him back to Madison county before the Federal court had released the witness. At the time Judge Boyd delivered a severe lecture on the rights of State officials to interfere with Federal cases and only a quick apology saved Sheriff Buckner from serious consequences.
Briggs and Shelton quarreled so it is testified, over political differences and it finally led to the killing of Shelton. Briggs on the stand yesterday, claimed that he shot in self defense, although he admitted having shot six other men in the past twenty two years since he moved to Madison county. He says he has shot at about fifteen men in that time.
About fifty witnesses for the defense remain to be heard.





Hickory Democrat, Hickory, NC, 1/2/1913, Pg 2
Champ Briggs, acquitted in Asheville for the killing of Baxter Shelton, of Laurel, Madison County, testified that he was the star boarder at the county jail of Madison as long as he remained there. He said that Sheriff W.M. Buckner allowed him to keep his gun with him in his cell, drink all the whiskey he wanted and eat at the table with the sheriff and his family.


I found one last mention of Baxter Shelton:
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SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER Pg 537
Appeal from criminal court Madison county Ewart Judge James Stanton and Rod Shelton were convicted of murder in the second degree and appeal Affirmed JM Moody for appellant The Attorney General and J M Gudger Jr for the State MONTGOMERY J The indictment is for murder A special venire was ordered and return thereof made The defendants challenged the array on the grounds First that the sheriff had failed to summon several of the special venire drawn from the jury box second that the jury boxes had not been revised by the county commissioners The court properly declined to hear either one of the grounds of objection There was no allegation that the sheriff acted corruptly or with partiality in summoning the venire or that anything had been done affecting the integrity and fairness of the entire panel in State v Whitt 113 NC 716 18 SE 715 a challenge was made to the array one of the grounds being because one of those named in the venire was not summoned The objection was overruled and this court affirmed the ruling of the court below The same point had been decided in State v Hensley 94 NC 1021 in the last named case it was decided that while the county commissioners who had failed to revise the jury list according to law were guilty of neglect highly culpable and the clerk and sheriff were equally negligent in the performance of their respective duties as to the locking custody and safe keeping of the box yet the regulations concerning these matters were directory and not mandatory and that the only essential was to obtain a fair and impartial jury composed of eligible men it was not suggested even in the defendant's objection that any names in the jury box were improperly there or that any had been put there fraudulently or that any had been taken out There was not even a suspicion hinted at that the defenounts might be prejudiced in the trial by reason of the matters stated in the opinion and it does not appear anywhere that they were prejudiced There was no error in the ruling of his honor The first special venire having been exhausted before the jury had been completed the court made an order that another special venire of 30 returnable at once should be summoned Upon the return of this venire the defendants objected on the ground that as the first venire had been drawn from the jury box the court did not have the power to order a second venire to be summoned by the sheriff from the bystanders The objection was overruled and his honor was right in bo doing The statute section 1739 of the Code provides that the judge in his discretion has the power the first venire proving insufficient to order a further venire to be drawn from the box or summoned by the sheriff State v Brogden 111 NC 656 16 SE 170 construes the power of the judge under that statute Exceptions were made by the defendants to the ruling of his honor admitting the testimony of Jamison Chandley George Franklin Hattie Franklin and Baxter Shelton witnesses for the state Chandley had testified at considerable length when the defendants counsel objected without specifying what part of the evidence he objected to He was informed by the solicitor that the object of the testimony was to show a conspiracy between the defendants to assault and beat deceased or to kill him The witness then continued his testimony at great length when objection was again made because there was no conspiracy charged in the indictment and the conspiracy ought to be shown first before any circumstances were admissible and the defendants objected to this whole evidence on that line as given so far The witness still proceeded at length when defendants objected to all this testimony if made to show a conspiracy The witness in the beginning of his testimony leading up to the meeting of the parties an hour or so before the homicide occurred stated some immaterial things of no harm to the defendants without objection As he proceeded he narrated facts and circumstances strongly going to show a conspiracy between the defendants to assault and beat the deceased The witness was also an eyewitness to the killing and gave the details with clearness and in an intelligent manner We have read his testimony and we fail to see that it was objectionable if however it had contained objectionable matter the defendants ought to have pointed out from the general mass of the whole evidence the parts that were alleged to be obnoxious

Pg 538 SOUTHEASTERN REPORTER
Earnhardt v Smith 8C NC 473 the then Chief Justice Smith said for the court As a rule of practice a party Is not allowed to except generally to testimony severable Into distinct parts some of which are competent and others not and afterwards single out and assign as error the admission of the Incompetent parts The exception as embracing the whole testimony must be valid or it will not oe sustained It Is not erroneous to refuse to rule out a volume of testimony when portions of it ougut to be received and therefore the salutary rule of practice prevails which requires that th e obnoxious evidence should be specifically pointed out and brought to the notice of the court in order to a direct ruling on its reception This ruling was affirmed In Smiley v Pearce 98 NC 185 3 SE 631 and In Hammond v Schlff 100 NC 175 6 SE 753 The objections to the testimony of the other state witnesses named above were made in the same manner as were those made to Chandley's evidence generally without specifying the parts alleged to be objectionable and for the reasons given for overruling the exceptions to Chandley's evidence the objections to the testimony of the other witnesses were properly overruled We have examined the whole of it however and we are of opinion that It was competent and almost all of It relevant Of course in a large volume of testimony like that which was brought out in this case there must creep in some tautology and prolixity about Immaterial and Irrelevant matters The state also Introduced one Blankenship as a witness for the purpose of proving the conspiracy between the defendants who testified as follows He, that is Rod Shelton the defendant, did not UU what he did. Rod and I were in Jail together and Rod told me that they had been his destruction and ruin forever. He said that he met Bev Stanton, Jim Stanton, and Boss Stanton in the road somewhere near the church and he had been up the creek and had started home and they begged him to come back up the creek and go with them to hunt these boys Baxter and Everett Shelton to get into an affray with them and he said that he turned and went back with them and that was his destruction and ruin. James Stanton the other defendant was not present when this conversation took place. His honor received this testimony as against both defendants and against their objection. Of course the testimony was competent against the defendant Shelton for all purposes. It was not competent against Stanton the other defendant it being a declaration made after the homicide and if the jury had convicted him of murder in the first degree he would be entitled to a new trial The testimony was harmless however because they were convicted of murder in the second degree and by this verdict the jury declared that the conspiracy had not been proved and there was not more than a scintilla of evidence n favor of Stanton going to show excusable homicide Stanton himself in his testimony making statements which alone would have justified the jury In convicting him of murder In the second degree and no witness who saw the killing had a favorable word for him Six special instructions were prayed by the defendants There appear in the case no exceptions to the charge of the Judge nor doe it appear what ruling was made on the request for special Instructions The fourth prayer requesting the court to withdraw the testimony of Blankenship from the Jury was not granted as we notice it in the recapitulation of the evidence by his honor to the jury but as we have before remarked the error in admitting that testimony was harmless On all the other questions involved in the prayer for Instructions his honor's charge was full and in accordance with the law He submitted the question of excusable homicide to the Jury which we doubt if the prisoner Stanton was entitled to There is no error and the judgment la affirmed.




The Charlotte News, Charlotte, NC, 9/28/1913, Pg 17
Sylvania Hensley has been appointed postmaster at Carmen, Madison county, to succeed Champ Briggs who was removed.



Now what happened to Ida Bell Franklin? She got into trouble herself. I found these newspaper reports. In the articles it states that Ida Bell Franklin was a "fast friend" of Persada Shelton until they both fell in love with the same man.  But if this is the same Ida Franklin, Ida Bell Franklin was born 1875 and Persada Shelton was born 1891 so there was 16 years difference in their ages.

Persada Shelton was born 5/2/1891 in Madison County, NC to John Robert Shelton, Jr. (DOB 3/16/1862 in Madison County, NC; DOD 3/14/1937 in Madison County, NC) and Nancy Gentry (DOB 12/25/1865 in NC; DOD 12/24/1931 in ? ). Persada Shelton's named was misspelled many different ways such as Parzada Shelton, Parseda Shelton, Parseada Shelton, Pardeza Shelton, Persadia Shelton. If you look back in this post you will see her father mentioned earlier, John Robert Shelton, Jr. was the son of John Robert Shelton, Sr. who was the son of David Eli Shelton.





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Chris Danielsen
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National Federation of the Blind and Disability Rights North Carolina Sue UNC Health Care and Nash UNC Health Care

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Raleigh, North Carolina (December 3, 2018): The UNC Health Care System, Nash UNC Health Care, and contractors systematically discriminate against blind patients in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act, and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, according to a lawsuit filed today. The lawsuit, brought by the National Federation of the Blind and Disability Rights North Carolina along with individual blind plaintiffs, alleges that blind patients do not receive critical communications in alternate formats - such as Braille, large print, or electronic documents - only standard print. This causes financial and personal hardships for blind patients and does not allow them to keep their medical information private.

For instance, according to the lawsuit, Plaintiff John Bone is a blind patient who visited Nash General Hospital for emergency medical care services on two separate occasions. Each visit, he informed the hospital that he was blind and needed to receive all his medical bills in Braille. Mr. Bone instead received all the bills in print, and he did not know how much money he owed or even to whom he owed money until collection agencies pursued and threatened him. Mr. Bone seeks to receive medical bills in Braille, so he can pay his bills without accruing late fees, enduring harassment from creditors, and having his credit score needlessly damaged.

Another plaintiff named in the lawsuit visits a UNC Health Care provider at least once every six months and needs documents formatted in large print in order to read them. During his medical visits, he is forced to sign forms he cannot read and receives visit summaries, follow-up medical instructions, and bills all in standard print. This patient often must share personal medical information with third parties to understand and follow medical instructions. He seeks to keep his medical information private, which he can do if he receives documents in large print.

“Blind people need and deserve the same privacy and independence in managing our healthcare that sighted patients take for granted,” said Mark Riccobono, President of the National Federation of the Blind. “In some cases, the ability to receive information in formats we can use can make a life-or-death difference. With today’s technology, providing bills, medical records, and treatment instructions in alternative formats is readily achievable, and all providers have a moral and legal obligation to do so.”

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RALEIGH: Governor Roy Cooper has ordered a Book of Condolences to be placed at the North Carolina State Capitol for members of the public to sign in remembrance of President George H.W. Bush. The book rests on a table at the foot of the George Washington statue in the Capitol Rotunda, and members of the public are invited to sign the book and add brief written condolences for President George H.W. Bush’s family. The book will be available through December 12th, 2018. Governor Cooper will send the book to the Bush family on behalf of the people of North Carolina. “President George H.W. Bush was a true statesman dedicated to serving .....
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Farmers urged to sign up by the Dec. 10 deadline RALEIGH – Farmers with damage and agricultural losses from Hurricane Florence and Tropical Storm Michael may be eligible for disaster assistance from the Hurricane Florence Agricultural Disaster Program of 2018. The $240 million bill, signed today by Gov. Roy Cooper, will provide direct assistance to farmers. The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services will administer the program. Farmers in counties with a federal primary Presidential or Secretarial-disaster declaration are eligible to apply. To date, 54 of the state’s 100 counties have received this designation, with an additional seven counties pending USDA approval. “This assistance is available to farmers who .....
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RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed new bills into law. Senate Bill 823: Hurricane Florence/Supplemental Act. “With many crops still in the field at landfall, Hurricane Florence was devastating for North Carolina farmers,” Gov. Cooper said. “This legislation will provide badly-needed relief for our state’s agriculture industry while also supporting housing and other critical recovery efforts.” Gov. Cooper also signed the following bill into law: Senate Bill 820: High-Pay JDIG Job Cap Modification. Share:
          NCGOP Responds To Cooper Naming Malcolm NCSBE Chair      Cache   Translate Page      
Raleigh, NC — North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes has released the following statement: “Per usual, Governor Cooper takes a bad situation and makes it worse by continuing to erode confidence in the neutrality of the Board. Democrat Joshua Malcolm is the most partisan member of the NCSBE from either party. As highlighted by The Charlotte Observer, it was Mr. Malcolm’s score-settling that started this entire situation with an unacceptable lack of transparency,” said Hayes. From The Charlotte Observer editorial board: “We know that Malcolm’s move Tuesday was a surprise. Neither campaign knew Malcolm’s complaint was coming, which indicates that it likely doesn’t involve an election day complaint of fraud, at least not one significant enough to cause .....
          Governor Cooper Names New State Board of Elections Chair, Appoints Member to Vacant Position      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper named Joshua Malcolm Chair of the North Carolina State Board of Elections and appointed former board member Robert Cordle to the board’s vacant position. “North Carolinians deserve to have confidence in our democratic process and as Chair, Joshua Malcom’s leadership and experience will help ensure fair and honest elections. Robert Cordle has a proven record of service on the State Board of Elections, putting aside party affiliation to hold elected leaders accountable. I appreciate their service to our state,” said Governor Cooper. Malcolm serves as Chief Legal Officer, General Counsel and Assistant Secretary of the Board of Trustees at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. He .....
          Governor’s Office Statement on NOAA Decision on Seismic Testing      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH: Today, Governor’s Office spokesman Ford Porter issued the following statement on NOAA’s decision to grant incidental harassment authorizations to companies, a step toward opening the Atlantic Coast to seismic testing: “Seismic testing that opens the door to offshore drilling threatens marine mammals and our fragile ocean ecosystem and is simply not worth the risk to North Carolina’s coastal communities, tourism economy and commercial fishing industry. Governor Cooper has made clear that North Carolina is opposed to this kind of seismic testing and will continue to take steps to protect our coast from the threat of offshore drilling.” Share:
          Raleigh Tech Company Pendo to Expand Headquarters and Add 590 Jobs      Cache   Translate Page      
Governor Cooper Announces $34.5 Million Investment by Pendo to Grow its Corporate Headquarters in Raleigh RALEIGH: Pendo, a growing technology company founded in Raleigh, will more than triple its local operations over the next five years, adding 590 jobs and investing $34.5 million in Wake County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. “North Carolina is home to many of the best tech minds in the industry, and Pendo grew out of that innovative culture,” said Governor Cooper. “As homegrown companies evolve, they get the opportunity to reassess their location and expansion plans. North Carolina’s experienced tech talent pool won Pendo’s commitment to expand here.” Pendo started in Raleigh in 2013 when alumni .....
          New CJLEADS More Mobile, More Secure      Cache   Translate Page      
System adds domestic violence records; piloting nationwide crime data Raleigh, N.C. – Law enforcement has a new tool to help them protect the people of North Carolina – technology that allows them to search anywhere, on any device, for criminal records. The records are provided through the Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services, or CJLEADS. Law enforcement officers and the courts use the system to check for criminal histories, outstanding warrants, stolen vehicles, gun records and other information that may be useful during traffic stops, arrests or court proceedings. The upgrade, dubbed CJLEADS 2.0, is hosted on a new platform that allows users to easily access the system on any .....
          Governor Cooper Proclaims Computer Science Education Week      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH: To ensure more students are prepared for the jobs of today and tomorrow, Governor Cooper has proclaimed December 3 – 9, 2018 Computer Science Education Week. “Nearly every industry in today’s economy needs computer programmers,” Gov. Cooper said. “To ensure our students are ready for high-demand jobs today and into the future, we must provide more opportunities for K-12 students to learn coding and technology skills.” Currently, there are more than 20,000 unfilled computer science jobs in North Carolina, with the average salary for those jobs topping $91,000. Yet, only 15% of North Carolina high schools offered an Advanced Placement computer science course during the 2016-17 school year. Research shows .....
          Statement On The Passing Of Former President George H.W. Bush      Cache   Translate Page      
Raleigh, NC — North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes has released the following statement: “Last night we lost a great man. George Herbert Walker Bush was a man of honor and character. He is the true embodiment of the notion that public service is a noble calling, serving this country as a World War II aviator, Congressman, Ambassador to the United Nations, U.S. Envoy to China, Director of the CIA, Vice President under Reagan, and a term as the 41st President of the United States.  My deepest condolences to the Bush family during this difficult time. I was privileged to personally know him, having visited the President and Mrs. Bush in their home. I .....
          Governor Cooper Mourns Loss of President George H.W. Bush, Lowers Flags in his Honor      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper shared a statement on the passing of President George H.W. Bush. “President George H.W. Bush was a true statesman dedicated to serving the country he loved and leading the charge for a more compassionate and united world,” said Governor Cooper. “We are grateful for his commitment to patriotism and public service. May his legacy inspire all of us to work toward a kinder and gentler nation, and may our thoughts and prayers bring comfort to his family.” Governor Cooper today ordered flags to be lowered half-staff in honor of the passing of President George H.W. Bush. Share:
          Siriusxm Yacht Rock Radio Presents Yacht Rock Revue’s show in a city near you – presale code      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Nonstop via AA/Alaska! San Francisco to Chicago, Philadelphia, Raleigh or Nashville from $99 one-way      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Paving Foreman      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, If you are a Paving Foreman with experience, please read on! Top Reasons to Work with Us 1. We are a family built organization of 300+ employees and each employee is apart of our family. What You Will Be Doing The Paving Foreman supervises and works alongside a crew of employees and occasionally subcontractors when needed to assist in the installation and construction of paving projects. The indiv
          Estimator/PM, Commercial Roofing      Cache   Translate Page      
CyberCoders - Raleigh, NC - We are looking for an Estimator/PM to join our team in the Raleigh area. Ideal candidates would have 3+ years of experience in commercial... roofing as a PM/Estimator. Pay: Base to $60-85k base + bonus Benefits: Full employee benefits, Vehicle provided Direct Hire Who...
          Officials Tout Flood Insurance as Florence Payments Top a Half-Billion      Cache   Translate Page      

RALEIGH, N.C. – With federal flood insurance payments to North Carolinians for Hurricane Florence totaling over a half-billion dollars, officials are urging those who don’t have coverage to purchase it.


          Disaster Recovery Centers in Duplin and Craven Counties to Close      Cache   Translate Page      

RALEIGH, N.C. – Disaster recovery centers in Wallace in Duplin County and Havelock in Craven County will soon close permanently. However, help is just a phone call or a mouse click away.

The Duplin County center is located at:

Wallace Presbyterian Church

205 W. Main St.

Wallace, N.C. 28466

Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Wednesday


          Tall Grass/Weeds or Public Nuisances on Private Property      Cache   Translate Page      
Address: 2650 Trailwood Hills Dr Raleigh 27603, United States
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Trash thrown at the bus stop, at the intersection of Trailwood Hills Drive and Barrymore Street. Litter has been a problem along Trailwood Hills Drive for quite a while now.


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Address: 2500 U.S. 70 Raleigh, North Carolina
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When turning north onto Saunders St from I-40 E (exit 298B), one of the two traffic signals has a green arrow that does not light up.


          Asmar, Brenda M.      Cache   Translate Page      
Brenda M. Asmar, 62, Apex, died 11-20-2018. Arrangements: Cremation Society of NC, Raleigh.
          Barnard, Margaret C.      Cache   Translate Page      
Margaret C. Barnard, 91, Raleigh, died 12-03-2018. Arrangements: Mitchell Funeral Home, Raleigh.
          Brown, Mary Beth      Cache   Translate Page      
Mary Beth Brown, 71, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Brown-Wynne, St. Mary's Str. , Raleigh.
          Daniel, William Jerry      Cache   Translate Page      
William Jerry Daniel, 79, Creedmoor, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Driver, Phyllis Jeanne      Cache   Translate Page      
Phyllis Jeanne Driver, 69, Fuquay-Varina, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: Cremation Society of NC, Raleigh.
          Dyer, Dale Edward      Cache   Translate Page      
Dale Edward Dyer, 68, Wake Forest, died 12-04-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Fisher, Sandy      Cache   Translate Page      
Sandra Williams "Sandy" Fisher December 20, 1949 - December 2, 2018 Raleigh Sandy Fisher, 68, beloved wife of Phillip Fisher, passed away...
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Sandy Fisher, 68, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Brown-Wynne, St. Mary's Str., Raleigh.
          Fox, Zandra Gascot      Cache   Translate Page      
Zandra Gascot Fox, 64, Wake Forest, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Freeman, Leroy      Cache   Translate Page      
Leroy Frank Freeman August 20, 1935 - December 2, 2018 Raleigh Roy Freeman, age 83, of Raleigh died on December 2, 2018. He was the son of the...
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Leroy Freeman, 83, Raleigh. Arrangements: Renaissance Funeral Home, Raleigh.
          Fripps, Carlos      Cache   Translate Page      
Carlos Fripps, 30, Raleigh, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: Lea Funeral Home, Raleigh.
          George, Gail Ellen      Cache   Translate Page      
Gail Ellen George, 81, Apex, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Grove, Robert      Cache   Translate Page      
Robert Grove, 44, Raleigh, died 12-04-2018. Arrangements: Brown-Wynne Millbrook Rd, Raleigh.
          Hannan, John Joseph      Cache   Translate Page      
John Joseph Hannan Raleigh John Joseph Hannan died November 26, 2018 at age 68 in Raleigh, NC after a long illness. He was a native of Asheville,...
          Hodges, Joseph G.      Cache   Translate Page      
Joseph G. Hodges, 78, Dunn, died 12-01-2018. Arrangements: Cremation Society of NC, Raleigh.
          Hunt, Linda Carol      Cache   Translate Page      
Linda Carol Hunt, 67, Raleigh, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: Mitchell Funeral Home, Raleigh.
          King, Omer Charles      Cache   Translate Page      
Omer Charles King, 87, Apex, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Lancaster, Betsy Rogers      Cache   Translate Page      
Betsy Rogers Lancaster, 81, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Bright F.H., Wake Forest.
          Lancaster, Betsy Rogers      Cache   Translate Page      
Betsy Rogers Lancaster, 81, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Bright F.H., Wake Forest.
          Langley, Joann E.      Cache   Translate Page      
Joann E. Langley, 86, Youngsville, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Cremation Society of NC, Raleigh.
          Liles, Irene      Cache   Translate Page      
Irene Liles, 91, Raleigh, died 11-29-2018. Arrangements: Lori's F.H., Raleigh.
          Murray, Jack Thomas      Cache   Translate Page      
Jack Thomas Murray, 86, Raleigh, died 12-01-2018. Arrangements: Cremation Society of NC, Raleigh.
          Murray, Jack Thomas      Cache   Translate Page      
Jack Thomas Murray June 29, 1932 - December 1, 2018 Raleigh Jack was born in Durham, NC to Isaac E. Murray Sr. and Tula N. Murray along with...
          Nelson, Emmanuwell Leigh      Cache   Translate Page      
Emmanuwell Leigh Nelson, 17, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Lori's F.H., Raleigh.
          Olls Jr., Anthony T.      Cache   Translate Page      
Anthony T. Olls, Jr., 81, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Plummer Sr., Herbert A.      Cache   Translate Page      
Herbert A. Plummer, Sr., 96, Garner, died 12-03-2018. Arrangements: Carlton L. Gray F.H., Raleigh.
          Poole, Kathryn Simmons      Cache   Translate Page      
Kathryn Simmons Poole Raleigh Kathryn Simmons Poole 80, of Raleigh, died Sunday, December 2, 2018. She was born December 17, 1937 in Columbus...
          Price, LaRue W.      Cache   Translate Page      
LaRue W. Price, 84, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Bryan-Lee F.H., Garner.
          Price, LaRue W.      Cache   Translate Page      
LaRue W. Price, 84, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Bryan-Lee F.H., Garner.
          Rasmussen, Sue      Cache   Translate Page      
Sue Rasmussen, 77, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Renaissance Funeral Home, Raleigh.
          Rasmussen, Sue Ellen      Cache   Translate Page      
Sue Ellen Rasmussen, 77, Raleigh, died 12-02-2018. Arrangements: Renaissance, Raleigh.
          Salgado, Norma Iris      Cache   Translate Page      
Norma Iris Salgado, 63, Angier, died 12-01-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Saltsman, Gloria      Cache   Translate Page      
Gloria Jean Saltsman December 13, 1943 - December 1, 2018 Raleigh Gloria Jean Saltsman (Paci) of Raleigh, North Carolina passed away...
          Sanders, Novelette G.      Cache   Translate Page      
Novelette G. Sanders, 61, Raleigh, died 11-27-2018. Arrangements: Steven L. Lyon F.H., Raleigh.
          Scarborough Jr., Raymond W.      Cache   Translate Page      
Raymond W. Scarborough, Jr., 66, Corapeake, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Scott, Wanda Ann      Cache   Translate Page      
Wanda Ann Scott, 67, Kershaw, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Seymour, Deborah T.      Cache   Translate Page      
Deborah T. Seymour, 66, Raleigh, died 11-28-2018. Arrangements: Bryan-lee F.H., Raleigh.
          Shusterman, Irving      Cache   Translate Page      
Irving Shusterman, 95, Durham, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Sykes, Fay Elizabeth      Cache   Translate Page      
Fay Elizabeth Sykes, 82, Sanford, died 12-01-2018. Arrangements: Bridges-Cameron , Raleigh.
          Temoney, Tyree S.      Cache   Translate Page      
Tyree S. Temoney, 18, Raleigh, died 12-01-2018. Arrangements: Steven L. Lyons F.H., Raleigh.
          Tunison, Sharon Marie      Cache   Translate Page      
Sharon Marie Tunison, 76, Raleigh, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Tyson, Richard D.      Cache   Translate Page      
Richard D. Tyson, 82, Cary, died 11-29-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Tyson, Richard Donnel      Cache   Translate Page      
Richard Donnel Tyson, 82, Cary, died 11-29-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Varnum, Michael Shane      Cache   Translate Page      
Michael Shane Varnum, 39, Zebulon, died 12-01-2018. Arrangements: Renaissance, Raleigh.
          Wertis, Robert J.      Cache   Translate Page      
Robert J. Wertis, 87, Raleigh, died 11-28-2018. Arrangements: Bryan-Lee F.H., Raleigh.
          Whitfield, Anne R.      Cache   Translate Page      
Anne R. Whitfield, 82, Raleigh, died 11-30-2018. Arrangements: Lori's F.H., Raleigh.
          Whitfield Jr., Marion S.      Cache   Translate Page      
Marion S. Whitfield, Jr., 73, Wake Forest, died 11-26-2018. Arrangements: City of Oaks F.H., Raleigh.
          Of Silent Sam, Legal Mandates, and Political Choices      Cache   Translate Page      
              You may have seen that the Board of Trustees of UNC Chapel Hill is proposing to keep our toppled Confederate soldier, Silent Sam, on the UNC Chapel Hill campus, in a new, $5.3 million “education center” that will document and interpret the history of the university.  We’re told that this was not how the Board would have wanted it.  According to one trustee quoted in the Raleigh News & Observer, “the preference would be to take the artifacts off campus, but we have a law, and the law prevents that, and we are obligated to follow the law.”               In truth, the law no more clearly forbids Silent Sam from being removed from campus than it permits the statue to be placed in the proposed “education center.”…
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McClatchy - Raleigh, NC - The News & Observer has an exciting opportunity for a Local Marketing Consultant to join our dynamic and forward-thinking sales team...
          Hearing Officer - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Hearings Officer II Duties : Conducts various types of hearings of adverse determinations, including but not limited to, reconsideration reviews of adverse determinations for Medicaid and Health Choice Providers by the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Health Benefits and its vendors; appeals by residents who are being..
          North Carolina Law Authorizes the Use of Prisoners as Slave Labor to Maintain a Confederate Cemetery      Cache   Translate Page      
While looking through North Carolina's statutory law today in connection with our current controversies about Confederate monuments, I happened across Section 65-4 of our General Statutes, which reads as follows: The Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice of the Department of Public Safety is hereby authorized and directed to furnish at such time, or times, as may be convenient, such prisoner's labor as may be available, to properly care for the Confederate Cemetery situated in the City of Raleigh, such services to be rendered by the State's prisoners without compensation. Let me give you a moment to clean your glasses. Yes, you read it right.  North Carolina law allows prisoners to be used as slave labor to maintain the graves of Confederate soldiers. Now you might think, "Obviously that's some outmoded thing from ninety years ago that nobody even knows is there or got around to repealing!"  You'd be partly right: …
          sir walter raleigh on Beatles Hangman (nothing to get hung about...)      Cache   Translate Page      

I forgot my original line so i’ll apply your letters to a new one. 
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no x6

Wall of Shame

A Hard Day's Night

Matchbox

What Goes On

I'm Only Sleeping

Honey Don't
 

I'm So Tired


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NC-Raleigh, PHP DEVELOPER The Select Group is seeking a PHP Developer to add to a growing team with one of our top clients in downtown Raleigh, NC. Really looking for someone has 5+ years of PHP Developer experience and a basic understanding of Linux system administration and basic automation concepts. The ideal candidate will have experience developing PHP applications. * Open to candidates to sit on-site or
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NC-Research Triangle Park, job summary: Randstad Technologies is currently looking for a senior full stack engineer for a top financial services client in Raleigh-Durham, NC. The position details are as follows: Full-Stack Engineer to have proven knowledge in all stages of software development building enterprise class, software applications from front-end to back-end across multiple technology layers including Front End De
          Full Stack Engineer (NodeJS/Javascript)      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Durham, job summary: Randstad Technologies is currently looking for a senior full stack engineer for a top financial services client in Raleigh-Durham, NC. The position details are as follows: Full-Stack Engineer to have proven knowledge in all stages of software development building enterprise class, software applications from front-end to back-end across multiple technology layers including Front End De
          Full Stack Engineer (NodeJS/Javascript)      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Durham, job summary: Randstad Technologies is currently looking for a senior full stack engineer for a top financial services client in Raleigh-Durham, NC. The position details are as follows: Full-Stack Engineer to have proven knowledge in all stages of software development building enterprise class, software applications from front-end to back-end across multiple technology layers including Front End De
          Expert 3D C++ Software Engineer - Align Technology - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Programming 3D printers and CNC machines. Interact with both internal and external key stakeholders to improve the product....
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          The shoe-leather reporting boosting North Carolina's explosive election fraud investigation      Cache   Translate Page      
The announcement was made on a Tuesday, and it made just a ripple at the time.

The North Carolina board of elections voted unanimously not to certify one of the state's 13 congressional races, and its vice chair had released a scathing statement that spoke, without specifics, about "unfortunate activities" happening in the part of the state where he lived. "And I am not going to turn a blind eye to what took place to the best of my understanding, which has been ongoing for a number of years," he said. Within a week, the story about the congressional district, North Carolina's ninth, and the potential widespread election fraud had grown into a national scandal, a lightning rod in the tense and politically charged discussion about the integrity of our elections. The board says it is investigating irregularities around mail-in ballots. Aggressive reporting has turned up more witnesses who have described the beginnings of a ballot-collecting scheme, and helped raise awareness of the issue beyond the partisan rumblings of elected officials. This is the tale of how old-fashioned shoe-leather reporting and sharp data analysis helped bring the story to national prominence. - - - Joe Bruno, a 26-year-old television reporter at WSOC 9, an ABC affiliate in Charlotte, said he began following the story Tuesday, though it was far from his network's typical coverage area. "Seeing that four Democrats, four Republicans and one unaffiliated member chose to not certify the election told me that, 'Wow they must have something big,' " he said. On Thursday, Bruno said he was given six affidavits that had been previously submitted to the elections board by various witnesses who spoke about a man named Leslie McCrae Dowless, who was working on the campaign of Republican Mark Harris, who was seeking the open seat held by retiring Democrat Robert Pittenger. In the affidavit, witnesses spoke about their absentee ballots being collected from them, an illegal practice in the state known as "ballot harvesting." Only voters, voters' near relatives or a voter's legal guardian is legally allowed to drop off an absentee ballot in North Carolina. The Washington Post also reported the affidavits, interviewing a woman who had told an investigator about a woman who had taken her ballot. "She said she was there to get older people to vote," Emma Shipman, 87, said. "She was kind of pushing me to do it." Elsewhere, people were starting to look at the voting data that had come out of the district, taking advantage of the state's relatively accessible and transparent system that makes such data available to the public. Dr. J. Michael Bitzer, a professor and elections expert at Catawba University in Salisbury, North Carolina, noticed a startling trend as he homed in on information that came out of the Ninth Congressional District. In Bladen County, one of the nine that make up the district, only 19 percent of mail-in absentee voters were registered Republicans, yet 62 percent of those ballots went the Republican way. "Where did that 40-plus percent come from?" Bitzer said he wondered, in an interview. Even if every single unaffiliated voter, about 39 percent, he said, had gone Republican, it would have not made up the difference. "I've studied North Carolina politics for 16 years now and I've never seen anything like that," he said. "It was not normal." Bitzer posted the results on Twitter and his blog, OldNorthStatePolitics.com and they took off. More readers have flocked to the post than any other he has ever written, he said. The statistics made their way to reports by newspapers such as the Raleigh News & Observer, the New York Times and The Washington Post. On Friday, Bruno, 26, who is normally assigned to cover the Charlotte City Council and Mecklenburg County Commission, convinced his producers to send him to Bladen County, even though the largely rural area, about a three-hour drive southeast of Charlotte, was far outside the station's broadcast market. He traveled to Tar Heel, population 100 or so, to interview Shipman on camera. And he spoke to a man, Stacy Holcomb, who told a similar story about a woman who had collected his ballot, saying that she was wearing a T-shirt with Mark Harris' name on it. A third witness told him that state investigators had been questioning residents in the area. "Just boots-on-the-ground reporting," Bruno said. "I knew that national media was down there, so I was determined not to let anybody out-hustle me. And I wanted to talk to as many people as possible." That day, the state election board voted to continue investigating the fraud claims and delay certifying the race. Media figures with large followings, such as Nate Silver, drew attention to the issue on social media. And the story gained steam over the weekend, with more national outlets such as NPR and the New Yorker giving it coverage. The Raleigh News and Observer reported that for African Americans, 40 percent of requested mail-in ballots were never turned in; for Native Americans, it went up to 60 percent. Complicating matters on Saturday, the chairman of the election board, a Democrat, announced his resignation after state Republican Party officials criticized him for his political views and pointed to old Twitter posts in which he had been critical of President Donald Trump. Over the weekend, Bruno said his producer had been sent photocopies of 159 envelopes used to send in absentee ballots, which contain the required two witness signatures, (or one, in the case of a notary) and their addresses, which is required to certify a mail-in ballot in North Carolina. Bruno and his team identified a large overlap between the witnesses listed on the envelopes, finding eight people who had signed repeatedly as witnesses for the ballots, including three who had signed more than 40 ballots. They set out to find these prolific witnesses on Monday the old-school way: knocking on the doors of homes listed on the ballot envelopes. One landlord told them they'd never even heard of the person. No one answered the door at other addresses. But they found one, Ginger Eason, who explained why she had been listed so many times as a witness. "I was helping McCrae pick up ballots," she said in Bruno's report. She said Dowless had paid her $75 to $100 a week to pick up the ballots. The story took off. A snippet of the interview that Bitzer posted on Twitter has been viewed some 700,000 times. On Monday, The Washington Post's Amy Gardner and Kirk Ross reported that Dowless "oversaw a crew of workers who collected absentee ballots from voters and updated the Harris campaign on the numbers," based off the account of Jeff Smith, a former friend of Dowless who owns the building where Dowless purportedly ran his command center. The election board has issued a subpoena to the Harris campaign and is expected to issue one soon to Red Dome Group, a GOP consulting firm based in the suburbs of Charlotte that hired Dowless, two people familiar with the probe told The Post. Two people also told The Post that the board has information that suggests that high-level officials in Harris's campaign may have been aware of Dowless' activities. Observers said they believe that all the information unearthed from the reporting, and the attention it has generated, has made a demonstrable difference, as the state continues to investigate the matter. Melanie Sill, the former executive editor at the News and Observer who now writes a weekly newsletter about local news in North Carolina, said the hustle of reporters and analysts in North Carolina was a timely reminder of the "value of on-the-ground reporting - actually going into the community and knocking on doors." "I think in terms of the public consciousness it's made a huge difference," Sill said. "The reporting has added credibility and intensity to the predictable partisan exchange over whether this [investigation] should be happening or not." Bitzer said that while the issue would hopefully nudge the conversation away from voter fraud, which has not been shown to have any demonstrable presence in elections, to other more complicated issues like absentee ballot fraud. "I think this is a perfect example for people who advocate for voter ID," Bitzer said. "This problem would not have been solved by photo IDs. This is a completely different integrity issue. It has certainly raised the awareness of how, outside the voter, different parties can seek to influence the vote by either manipulating the voter or doing things that manipulate the ballot." Bruno, who spends much of his time chasing local news staples - shootings, weather events, car crashes, endless city hall squabbles - said the story was a reminder of the value of his work. His producers had had the foresight to extend his segments from the usual 1 minute 15 seconds to closer to 3 minutes, because of the magnitude of the story. "It really has made me appreciate boots-on-the-ground reporting," he said. "Going down to an area where you don't know what you will find, knocking on doors and seeing what you will learn. Trusting the process." In a letter Tuesday, Jon David, the district attorney for Bladen County, said that the office had been investigating potential voter fraud in the area since the 2016 election. That investigation, which David described as still pending, was later referred to the Wake County district attorney's office. And he said that he has been in close conversation with the U.S. attorney in the area. It is not clear how the reporting has influenced the investigations. "I feel like it has helped with at least the public's knowledge of helping understand what the heck is going on in Bladen County," Bruno said, and also "shown that there is something out there that is worth taking a look at. That this wasn't delayed for nefarious reasons. That there is something serious out there that deserves a closer look." On Tuesday, another local outlet, WBTV, reported that it had obtained handwritten notes that showed efforts to collect absentee ballots for money in Bladen County. And Bruno had another story: another woman, Cheryl Kinlaw, told him that Dowless had paid her to collect absentee ballots.


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Health department confirms Hepatitis A at local restaurant  Beckley Register-Herald

The Beckley-Raleigh County Health Department has confirmed a case of Hepatitis A in a food *service* worker employed at Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen in Beckley.


          FMI Advises William Charles Construction Group, including Ragnar Benson, on Sale to Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, Inc.      Cache   Translate Page      

RALEIGH, N.C., Dec. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- FMI Capital Advisors Inc., a subsidiary of FMI Corporation, is pleased to announce the acquisition of William Charles Construction Group, including Ragnar Benson ("William Charles"), a leader in engineering and construction solutions for the...


          Hepatitis A confirmed at Raleigh County restaurant - West Virginia MetroNews      Cache   Translate Page      
Hepatitis A confirmed at Raleigh County restaurant  West Virginia MetroNews

BECKLEY, W.Va. — The Beckley-Raleigh County Health Department began offering free Hepatitis A vaccines on Saturday after a case of the disease was ...


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NC-Raleigh, Embedded Linux Software Engineer LOCATION: Raleigh, NC (If Out of State - Relocation Expenses Covered) TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time W-2 Basis only SALARY: $100,000 - $150,000 To avoid delays in having your resume reviewed please forward directly to: Sam.Major@RandstadUSA.com Randstad's team has placed 58 people with this specific client on a permanent full-time within the last 3 years with no fall
          Hurricanes’ Calm Curtis McElhinney      Cache   Translate Page      
As writers, we are supposed to be able to use words to convey feelings, actions, scenarios, etc. However, adequate words to describe the feeling during the Carolina Hurricanes Friday night tilt against the visiting Anaheim Ducks are difficult to come by. It wasn’t euphoria or even excitement. It was more like a sense of relief had settled in knowing that the team’s goaltender situation has been addressed – at least for the time being. As a result, the feeling in Raleigh’s PNC arena was perhaps best described as a sense of calm. Darling Era Over…for Now The Hurricanes sent Scott Darling to the Charlotte Checkers after he cleared waivers on Friday, Nov. 30. The Darling saga, for the time being, has drawn to a close. The well-documented bust that was last season might finally become just a bad part of the past. The admission that Darling came here unprepared even as he was signing his name and agreeing to be paid $4 million per year had been forgiven. The fans were in his corner. But, then the hamstring injury
          Accounting & Audit Consultant (CPA)      Cache   Translate Page      
TN-Johnson City, PSR Associates, Inc. is an IT consulting firm specializing in Staffing and Recruiting Services. People. Solutions. Results. Founded in 2003, PSR Associates, Inc. is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with additional offices in Tampa, FL; Washington, D.C.; Charlotte, NC; Austin, TX; and Irvine, CA. Senior Associate Job Description (Other locations available: Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh) Basic Qualificat
          Dr. Kenneth "Ken" Ward Carter '52      Cache   Translate Page      

Kenneth W. Carter, age 88, of Raleigh, NC, born on July 3, 1930, and a longtime resident of Plainfield, Vermont, passed away Nov. 13, 2018, in Raleigh, having lived a hearty life filled with music, adventure and a network of loving friends and family across the country.

Ken was born in Buffalo, New York, and grew up the second of four children in a family of six, primarily in Arlington, Virginia.

He earned his undergraduate degree from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, and his doctorate in psychology from Ohio State University.

Ken served in the U.S. Army during Korean War. Anyone who knew Ken knew his lifelong passion was music. His instrument was his beautiful voice. As a boy, his choir performed at the National Cathedral in Washington and as a young man, he was a member of a barbershop quartet. While raising his family in Vermont, Ken held countless musical roles with Plainfield Little Theater, Unadilla Theater, The Barre Players and A Taste of Opera. He later became a member of the Sacramento Master Singers. Ken shared his booming baritone voice at his children's weddings and as recently as four months prior to his death, he delighted residents of his independent living community with classic show tunes.

Ken was married to Mary Deuchler Carter for 49 years before her passing in 2009. For nearly 40 years beginning in the early-1960s, they were part of the fabric of Goddard College (Plainfield, Vermont) and later, Norwich University (Northfield, Vermont), where Ken taught in the graduate program and Mary directed human resources.

After retirement, Ken and Mary moved cross country to Sacramento, California, to be near their son, Chris, and his family and to experience warm weather! Ken and Mary delighted in being grandparents to Michael and were integral to his growing up, serving as preschool pickup and later, devoted fans in the stands of his baseball games.

In 2009 at age 80 and a recent widow, Ken ventured on a trip around the country, living out of a pop-up Aliner camper. He spent months on the road, with his longest stop being in Maine's Acadia National Park, where he landed his final paid job -- selling tickets for rides on the tall ships that sail out of Bar Harbor.

Ken later moved to Yellow Springs, Ohio, where he volunteered in the Antioch student co-op program that connects students with working internships all over the country, a program he participated in as a student and later helped run.

After one brutal winter in Ohio, he moved south to Raleigh, North Carolina, in 2014 to be with his three daughters and their families, including second grandchild, Katie. Daughter Lynn was his roommate for years, and served as Ken's extraordinary caregiver until his last day.

Ken is survived by four children and their families: son Christopher Ward Carter and husband Peter Morse, grandson Michael and great-grandson Mason, of Walnut Creek, California; daughter Stephanie Carter Caplan and husband Jason Caplan, of Raleigh, North Carolina, and grandchildren Hope and Cole, of Charlottesville, Virginia; daughter Lynn Carter and beloved granddog Dyna, of Raleigh, North Carolina; and daughter Laura Carter Scheid and husband Todd Scheid, and granddaughter Katie, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Ken was predeceased by parents Clifford M. and Sarah R. Carter, and sisters Virginia McClintock and Eleanor Payne. He has one surviving sibling, sister Ruth Sullivan, and dozens of nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews around the country.

The family welcomes donations in honor of Ken Carter to the Green Mountain Club, whose volunteers have been protecting and maintaining the Long Trail since 1910. To make a gift to the Green Mountain Club by mail, please send your check to the Green Mountain Club, 4711 Waterbury-Stowe Road, Waterbury Center, VT 05677. To make a gift by phone, call (802) 244-7037 or go online: https://www.greenmountainclub.org/ .


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Celebrate in style when you live at Creekside at Bethpage.
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Home For Rent In Raleigh, Nc 5 bed, 3.5 bath, $2,295 Need space? Need convenience? This home has it all! Over 3700 SF with an ultra convenient location and great neighborhood. 5 bedrooms - 4 upstairs and one on lower level. Large master suite with garden tub and separate shower. Other bedrooms are quite spacious. Downstairs has separate room for workout facility, or media room. There is also a separate office on the main level. Kitchen has all modern appliances. Very nice workshop on lower level. What more could you ask for? Available 12/10/18
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Address: 4101 Ebenezer Church Road Raleigh, North Carolina
Rating: 2

Two potholes on Ebenezer Church Road in between Richland Dr. and Richland Creek. One pothole on each side of the road.


          Dead Animal Collection      Cache   Translate Page      
Address: Glenwood Forest/Glenwood Ave Raleigh, North Carolina
Rating: 2

Deceased animal being picked over by buzzards


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Address: 7600–7848 Brier Creek Pkwy Raleigh 27617, United States
Rating: 1

A traffic light is highly needed at this intersection. There are far to many entry routes into the four way stop to be safe. Looks like this was already identified as one turn lane had been closed but more attention is needed here.


          Pothole in a City Street      Cache   Translate Page      
Address: 4281 Glenwood Ave Raleigh, NC 27612, USA
Rating: 1

A pot hole


          Roadway Markings - Traffic Lanes-Crosswalks      Cache   Translate Page      
Address: Delta Lake And Duraleigh Raleigh, North Carolina
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The cross walk and stop lines on Delta Lake at the intersection with Duraleigh are near invisible. The vehicles stop IN the crosswalk because they can't see the stop line or the crosswalk lines. It's been like this for years. Time to repaint!!!


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Address: 4333 Chamonix Pl. Raleigh, North Carolina
Rating: 1

Low hanging limbs are obscuring the streetlight. Placed a ticket with Duke Energy (REF 2L0NB). Duke Energy ( Allen Woffole@ 910-465-4309) came out yesterday and left a call tag on my door indicating that this is a City of Raleigh issue. As requested reporting the problem. FOR REFERENCE POLE NUMBER IS: J318. Asking that the limbs above/beside/below the light be trimmed to allow more light distribution.


          Assistant Project Manager - CF Evans Construction - Raleigh, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Safety Excellence in Construction from Amerisure (2014). CF Evans is a construction management firm specializing in multifamily building and renovations in the...
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          Embedded Linux Software Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Embedded Linux Software Engineer LOCATION: Raleigh, NC (If Out of State - Relocation Expenses Covered) TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time W-2 Basis only SALARY: $100,000 - $150,000 To avoid delays in having your resume reviewed please forward directly to: Sam.Major@RandstadUSA.com Randstad's team has placed 58 people with this specific client on a permanent full-time within the last 3 years with no fall
          AP news guide: Undecided North Carolina congressional race      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A very close North Carolina congressional race still hasn't been settled almost a month after Election Day, amid an investigation into...
          Comment on Tales From The News Desk: Stu Scott, The Raleigh Weatherman by Power Efficiency Guide      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Computer Engineering Attorney / Computer Science Attorney in Raleigh, NC - USA-NC-Raleigh      Cache   Translate Page      
IP Litigation Associate The candidate must have 1-6 years of patent litigation experience. Should have electrical engineering, computer science, or computer engineering degree. Excellent academic credentials required.....
          Raleigh Tech Company Pendo to Expand Headquarters and Add 590 Jobs      Cache   Translate Page      
Pendo, a growing technology company founded in Raleigh, will more than triple its local operations over the next five years, adding 590 jobs and investing $34.5 million in Wake County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today
( Published Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 @ 7:11 pm )

          AP news guide: Undecided North Carolina congressional race      Cache   Translate Page      

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A very close North Carolina congressional race still hasn’t been settled almost a month after Election Day, amid an investigation into alleged absentee ballot fraud that has raised questions about the credibility of the tallied outcome. The state elections board and prosecutors are focusing on a rural county in the 9th […]
          Christy Martin Promotions signs first fighter      Cache   Translate Page      

By Bob Caico Undefeated middleweight “Dangerous” Donnie Marshall of Buffalo, NY but now fighting out of Raleigh, NC, has signed a promotional deal with Christy Martin Promotions. Fresh off his…
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          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Moseley Architects Chosen to Design Moore County Courthouse      Cache   Translate Page      

Moseley Architects of Raleigh, N.C., has been tapped to design Moore County’s new courthouse.

The post Moseley Architects Chosen to Design Moore County Courthouse appeared first on Correctional News.


          Banana Bike! An XS650 inspired by 1970s chopper bicycles      Cache   Translate Page      

Banana Bike! A Yamaha XS650 inspired by 1970s chopper bicycles
I’ll let you in on a little secret: the Bike EXIF team doesn’t always agree on what’s hot and what’s not. But no motorcycle has polarized opinion as much as this whacky Yamaha XS650.

In the end, fun and goofiness prevailed. And so we present Bonanza Krad, a bicycle-inspired Yamaha, from the hands and minds at Germany’s Benders Company.

Banana Bike! A Yamaha XS650 inspired by 1970s chopper bicycles
Based in Wiesloch, Benders is a five-man team founded by Christian and Raphael Bender. The brothers grew up fiddling with bikes, selling them to finance new projects or to travel.

For this build, they went right back to their youth—drawing inspiration from the Kynast Bonanza bicycles of the 60s and 70s—a kid’s chopper bike popular in Germany, similar to the American Schwinn Sting-Ray and the British-made Raleigh Chopper.…


          PHP DEVELOPER      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, PHP DEVELOPER The Select Group is seeking a PHP Developer to add to a growing team with one of our top clients in downtown Raleigh, NC. Really looking for someone has 5+ years of PHP Developer experience and a basic understanding of Linux system administration and basic automation concepts. The ideal candidate will have experience developing PHP applications. * Open to candidates to sit on-site or
          Full Stack Engineer 3 (API design/UI testing)      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Durham, job summary: Randstad Technologies is currently looking for a API developer/UI tester for a top financial services client in Raleigh-Durham, NC. Description: •Full-Stack Engineer to have proven knowledge in all stages of software development building enterprise class, software applications from front-end to back-end across multiple technology layers including Front End Development, API Design and
          Senior Business Systems Analyst      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, At Vaco, our recruiters help you get an edge on the competition. We work with leading companies that offer the excellent opportunities you are seeking. Our recruiters get to know you and your strengths and advocate on your behalf with hiring managers and HR leaders. Currently, we are seeking a Senior Business Systems Analyst for an excellent career growth opportunity. The Senior Business Systems A
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          AP news guide: Undecided North Carolina congressional race      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – A very close North Carolina congressional race still hasn’t been settled almost a month after Election Day, amid an investigation into alleged absentee ballot fraud that has raised questions about the credibility of the tallied outcome. The state elections board and prosecutors are focusing on a rural county in the 9th […]
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Azura - Vascular Access Surgical Technologist - Per Diem - USA-NC-Raleigh      Cache   Translate Page      
PURPOSE AND SCOPE:Supports FMCNA’s mission, vision, core values and customer servicephilosophy. Adheres to the USV/FMCNA Compliance Program, includingfollowing all regulatory and USV/FMS policy requir...
          Silent Sam to get a fort      Cache   Translate Page      
RALEIGH — In response to the toppling in August of the Confederate Monument at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chancellor Carol Folt and other UNC leaders have proposed a controversial solution: a [...]
          NEWS: Board members quit over college's 'drift' from Christian orthodoxy      Cache   Translate Page      
Two members of the board of trustees of a major evangelical Christian liberal arts university have resigned, contending the institution has “drifted” from its foundation and mission, and now is at odds with its written policies, statement of faith and the Bible itself. Raleigh Washington, a prominent pastor known for his leadership of the Promise Keepers men’s movement, and...
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Greenway Maintenance      Cache   Translate Page      
Address: 2743 Broadwell Drive Raleigh, North Carolina
Rating: 1

Frequently flooded. Currently flooded and muddy since at least Hurricane Michael.


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City/Town: CBS
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FOR SALE : 26 " - 21 speed quality "Raleigh" made in Canada Mountain Bike. Cleaning out shed for winter. Has to go.
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NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Embedded Linux Software Engineer      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Embedded Linux Software Engineer LOCATION: Raleigh, NC (If Out of State - Relocation Expenses Covered) TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time W-2 Basis only SALARY: $100,000 - $150,000 To avoid delays in having your resume reviewed please forward directly to: Sam.Major@RandstadUSA.com Randstad's team has placed 58 people with this specific client on a permanent full-time within the last 3 years with no fall
          Team Lead of Software Development      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Raleigh, Team Lead of Software Development JOB TITLE: Team Lead of Software Development JOB TYPE: Direct Hire Full Time LOCATION: Raleigh-Durham, NC (Relocation Expenses Covered) SALARY: $130,000 - $140,000 (Range is Flexible) Our Client - Lenovo - Is looking for a Team Lead of Software Development to deliver high-quality applications to satisfy their XaaS initiative. You will be responsible for the Full S
          Joyce Stuart      Cache   Translate Page      
Joyce “Joy” Johnson Stuart, age 75, of Raleigh, North Carolina, died Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, she was a daughter of the late Wilbur and Evelyn Johnson. Joy was a 1961 graduate of Broughton High School and attended Atlantic Christian College, now Barton College. In more recent years, she […]


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