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MAIN News Archives for July 2001

Conservative group opposes clean air bill
Madison hit hard by flooding
PACs picking winners in Raleigh
House approves anti-littering bill
Molly Ivins on Social Security
Katherine Graham redux
Families struggle with assisted-living decisions
Lawmakers focus on first-grade reading levels
Cherokee linguist is dead
Jimmy Carter speaks out
Small towns create cable, Internet services
UNCA lab has national impact
Judge OKs airing of WLOS tape
Study: Half-hour of secondhand smoke can be harmful
Trust for Public Lands gets new leader
Wolfe house restoration to proceed
NC House passes Internet sales tax bill
Penland School featured in NY Times
Flat Rock author turns disability into fiction
Opinion: The inevitability of sprawl
Does development increase tax base? Study says no
Bush re-opens "roadless" forest issue
Community colleges can enroll underage students
Contact lens heir leaves millions to Henderson County nonprofits
Opinion: Acid rain killing our trout streams
Effort to ban I-40 billboards stalls
Judge bars WLOS from airing tape
Hollings drafting media merger bill
Lawmakers question use of 911 tax - 911 reserves by county
Search engines accused of deception
Bush nominee for regulatory agency draws fire
Great Smokies park attendance down
The two lives of Andie MacDowell
ElectriCities loaded with debt, facing higher rates
Search on for native brook trout
Duke to close NP&L headquarters
Mill, activists join forces to clean up Pigeon River
Apple growers look to Congress for relief
Grocery store virtually unchanged since 1917
NC hospitals included in magazine ranking
Mayberry coming to Macon County?
House votes to close corporate tax loopholes
Quick-loan law to expire July 31
Wolfe writing scholarship created at Chapel Hill
State licensing of landscapers debated
MAIN featured at legislative hearing
Georgians buying second homes in WNC
Appalachian health care study launched
Family returns from vacation to find dog euthanized
Kissinger to be questioned about war crimes?
Top colleges revise financial aid policies
Senate panel OKs $3 million to expand Pisgah Forest
Easley signs mandatory bike helmet law
Molly Ivins: Hatchet politics
Fatal attraction: Women and cigarettes
Gen. Davidson's wallet returns to NC
Atlanta comes to Highlands
Fox: The most biased name in news
Just one cigarette can hurt heart, study finds
Fourth of July events in WNC
"Women of These Hills" video released
Dupont Falls luring visitors, volunteers
NC finds new money in online auctions