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MAIN News Archives for December 2002
U.S. had key role in Iraq build-up
Madison photographer featured in News & Observer
Madison official seeks rafting fee
Corralling corporate traitors
WNC farmers eligible for $5,000 grants
New law forces lawyers to expose corporate crime
Media Year 2002, R.I.P.
Religious leaders slam Iraq war plans
Tax breaks fuel SUV purchases
Dems lost N.C. suburbs in 2002
MAIN gives new life to old computers
War as addiction
Political realists versus chicken hawks
Special Report: "The Business of War"
Giving wooden pallets a second life
WNC counties target car emissions to reduce air pollution
Boone summit explores WNC's energy future
Don't let democracy slip away
The Solstice-Christmas connection
Nader: Is Bush leading country astray?
U.S. to use radioactive weapons in Iraq . . . again
Asking hard questions about missile defense
Bush to propose Internet surveillance?
DOT workers sue over hangman's noose
Cherokee, Graham officials to discuss EMS solution
Concerns raised about school violence data
WNC ready for high-speed Internet
WNCW drops NPR news shows
Local governments tackle ozone problem
The folly of U.S. empire?
Battle brews over tort reform
Edwards challenges Bush on homeland security
Ambulance furor grows in Cherokee and Graham
State agencies at odds over jail fire
WNC gets high-speed Internet funding
Are voting rules being used to discourage some voters?
Some WNC well water at risk
No tears flow at the mall
MAIN offers classes for Latino residents
Helms defends Lott
Weblogs: The new news?
High winds hit WNC
Should GOP moderates dump Lott as majority leader?
EPA air pollution deadline looms
Is Bush ignoring churches on Iraq War?
Rural Internet authority to consider WNC projects
Can WNC counties reduce local air pollution?
The challenge facing John Edwards
Sagging economy hurting area's poor
Fearful symmetry: Bin Laden and Kissinger
Polk gets high-speed Internet grant
Who is being asked to sacrifice?
Remember the Digital Divide?
FCC to hold one hearing on media-ownership rules
Is HBO recycling Gulf War hoax?
Getting serious at CNN
Kissinger? You've got to be kidding!
Proud, patriotic & green
Patriotism and fossil fuels
Anti-war sentiment growing
The slant on talk radio
New law gives military access to student data
War against Iraq could cost $200 billion
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Blue Ridge Rollergirls: At Home in Asheville
GOP taps former NASCAR driver Robert Pressley for county election
Beyond bathrooms: HB2 accelerates changes in attitudes, language
Nutty Buddy Collective aims to transform local agriculture
City solicits input on strategies to increase housing density
Volunteers gather potatoes from local farm for food pantries
Camp offers fun, support for military kids
Community to recognize Green River native Homer Levi
Road work scheduled in Hendersonville
Edwards likely to fill Senate seat before election