Saturday, May 28, 2022




OPINION: DeSantis Right To Point Out Hypocrisy Of ‘Two-Tiered’ Society On Masks

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By Ray Nothstine Carolina Journal The continued realignment of working-class Americans toward the Republican Party is one of the more fascinating political traits today....

NCDPI Releases “COVID-19 Impact Analysis Of Lost Instructional Time”

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RALEIGH - A new report analyzing the performance of North Carolina students during last year’s far-reaching COVID-19 disruptions finds that learning progress slowed across...

New Vote To Free The Smiles Would Mark First Veto Override Attempt In A...

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By Donna King Carolina Journal The speaker of the N.C. House of Representatives wants colleagues to override the governor's veto of a bill ending...

Masks No Longer Required On Johnston County Public School Buses

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The Johnston County Board of Education voted 5-to-1 to make masks optional on Johnston County Public Schools transportation at a virtual Special Session Meeting...

Masks To Become Optional In State Agencies Starting March 7

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Agencies May Continue to Require Masks in High-Risk Settings Such as Health Care, Corrections RALEIGH - Based on improving trends with COVID-19, masks will...

Steven Walker Files For Johnston County Superior Court Judge

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Steven Walker filed for election to Johnston County’s newly-created Superior Court judgeship on Monday. Walker will be running as a Republican candidate in the...

Cooper Vetoes Bill That Would End Mandatory Masks In Schools

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By Theresa Opeka Carolina Journal Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed the Free the Smiles Act. The bipartisan measure would have blocked mandatory mask policies...

Wake County School Board Votes To End Masks In Class March 7

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By Theresa Opeka Carolina Journal The Wake County Public School Board voted for making masks recommended but not required for athletics immediately. The vote includes...

Garner, Wake County Mask Mandate To Be Lifted Friday, Feb. 25

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Employers and Businesses Still Can Require Masks on Their Premises The mask mandate for the Town of Garner and Wake County will expire effective...

Report: Elementary Students Lag In Literacy Due To Pandemic

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By David Bass, Carolina Journal A research brief from curriculum publisher Amplify shows that elementary school students continue to lag behind in literacy almost two years...