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Emails show Hofmann Forest nearly wasn't sold 

The controversial sale of the Hofmann Forest to Illinois agribusinessman Jerry Walker almost didn't happen, according to emails provided to the INDY by N.C. State University in a public records request. Emails between Tom Percival, the Lumberton-based consultant for Walker's group Hofmann…

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