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  • Orange still wrangling trash plans
  • Orange still wrangling trash plans

    Capital costs are spread out over 20 years, making it impossible to compare the contractual risks of hiring a private contractor with the long-term costs of investing in a county-run facility.

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Food

  • <i>Food, Inc.</i> slips by the foxes at the henhouse
  • Food, Inc. slips by the foxes at the henhouse

    Robert Kenner's film is a damning look at a food system that treats its animals, farmers and workers little better than the commodities of corn, wheat and soy that form the basis of most foodstuffs lining grocery store shelves.
  • Food + good deeds

    Durham Inner-City Gardeners Pie Social and Skill-Sharing Silent Auction; A Taste of Home benefit; Doughman benefit

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  • 'Shine on, Popcorn
  • 'Shine on, Popcorn

    It was tempting to see Maggie Valley bootlegger Popcorn Sutton as a tourist attraction, a kind of moonshiner Buffalo Bill who parlayed a colorful past into a commercial identity based on nostalgia for a lost era.

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