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  • Aug 8-15, 2007
  • Vol. 24, No. 32

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  • North Carolina
  • Use of gassing challenged

    Thirty-eight counties use the controversial yet legal method of euthanasia. The state's proposed new rules, now under consideration, would keep it legal, over the objections of many animal rights advocates.


  • Aiken '08
  • Music Feature
  • Aiken '08

    Will Clay Aiken's Cary concert make him a frontrunner for Elizabeth Dole's Senate seat?





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  • Companions

    What's really fun about the Dog Days issue is that it's a chance to throw open our pages (and our Web site) to share readers' stories and pictures with the larger community.
  • Letters to the Editor

    Obviously Don Ward has not visited the Dix facility's health spa. —Levonne Powell-Tillman


Free Stuff & Promos

Ye Olde Archives

  • ... R U falling apart?
  • Zork Asks
  • ... R U falling apart?

    You've got a highway bridge collapsing in Minneapolis, steam pipes exploding in Manhattan, and two years on, you still haven't put New Orleans back together, let alone the coast of Mississippi.
  • Transfer in the House
  • Citizen
  • Transfer in the House

    The transfer-tax option is signed into law the same week former House Speaker Jim Black goes to prison. Coincidence? No.

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