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Top Stories for Monday, July 28th, 2014:






By TOM WOERNER

Of the Record Staff

One of the most significant figures of the civil rights movement took a large crowd back in history at an event hosted by an area mayor in Lillington Saturday evening.

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By KEILAH GOFF

Of The Record Staff

The City of Dunn rolled out the welcome mat for the 16 teams of 12 and under boys from across the state during the opening ceremonies for the Dixie Youth Majors State Baseball Tournament, hosted at Tyler Park Friday night.

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By TYLER DOUGLAS

Of The Record Staff

A large audience filled Angier Elementary Schoolís gymnasium Thursday night for a presentation on hydraulic fracturing. More than 100 residents of Harnett, Lee and Wake counties were in attendance for the discussion.

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Of The Record Staff

Secretary of Health and Human Services in North Carolina, Aldona Wos, visited Campbellís new osteopathic medicine building Thursday to speak to Dean John Kauffman about the challenges faced by rural medicine practitioners, and what the state can do to assist Campbell in encouraging more doctors to stay in rural areas.

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By AL MYATT

Sports Editor

Four pitches into its Dixie Majors State Tournament opener, Dunnís All-Stars had a 4-0 lead.

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By AL MYATT

Sports Editor

Coatsí 12-and-under All-Star baseball team opened play on Carlie Cís IGA Field at the Nathan Harris Athletic Complex at Tyler Park on Saturday in the Dixie Youth Majors State Tournament against Elizabethtown.

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