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MAIN News Archives for February 2002

Multimedia pros call for PATV
Judge orders release of Cheney records
Comment period on Cherokee land swap extended
Citizens rally for campaign reform
WNC county loses 400 jobs
Controversial broadband bill set for debate
When reporters take risks . . .
Rally for campaign reform today in Asheville
Group hopes to spur Needmore preservation
Winter returning to WNC
Dole launches run for U.S. Senate
Moyers battles conservative critics
Did TV networks self-censor on campaign finance?
Is Smithsonian shilling for Big Oil?
NAACP leader celebrated
Books online for the visually-impaired
Walking the civic talk after Sept. 11
Enron officials met frequently with federal regulators during Calif. energy crisis
V-P Cheney headed to court
Winter gardening has local roots
Fighting chaotic development
AIDS activists praise Helms' change of heart
Opinion: Disturbing choice for information post
Year 1: Bush and the environment
Wal-Mart: World's largest corporation
Propaganda plan is undemocratic, maybe illegal
Mickey Mouse and the problem with copyright
Cable lobbies for "closed" broadband system
Wachovia resolves boycott by black farmers
N.C. political season opens
Opinion: Liberals need re-education
Bush smoothed way for Enron
Conservative activist lobbied for Enron
Haywood nonprofit to add jobs at Benfield site
War-time crackdown on "eco-terrorism"
Judge rules against N.C. redistricting plans
Graham County loop could take 20 years?
WNC farmland preservation gains popularity
WNC farmers fear genetically-altered tobacco
Who's afraid of public access TV?
        PATV Petition
House passes campaign finance bill
Bush cuts would close WNC research labs
Opinion: The Enron tax increase
N.C. lawmakers gear up for fall election
Beacon to close Swannanoa plant
Hollings questions Enron investigation
N.C. sues three more payday lenders
Tribal land swap hearings set
Booster seats donated to N.C.
Report: Local lumber high in arsenic
WorldCom to offer local phone service in N.C.?
Opinion: An Ode to America
TVA windmill farm stirs controversy
Archeologist to study Smokies' ancient treasures
Jackson County farmer keeping the dream alive
"TV addiction" is not just a metaphor
    Kicking the TV habit
Opinion: Bush budget will hurt the economy
Study: Qualla asphalt plant does little for economy
Opinion: Bush and Teddy Roosevelt
Campaign finance reform gaining ground in N.C.
WNC farmers offer local produce
Opinion: Enron, a question of values
N.C. banks feel Enron impact
WNC network for special needs kids
Property tax revaluation across WNC
Opinion: Supreme Court Surprise
Air pollution, asthma link found
Local projects threatened by Bush budget?
Heart disease risk in women targeted