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Giant Pumpkin Contest Winner

P.D. Royal was the big winner of the giant pumpkin contest held by N.C. Cooperative Extension in Graham County. …

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Land of the Giants!

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Free Tuition Opportunity This Fall

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NCWorks for Graham County Residents

NCWorks Virtual Career Center Assistance Weekly sessions: Tuesday: 10 a.m. to noon Thursday: 10 a.m. to noon An NCWorks Career Advisor will be …

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Mount Vernon Community Garden

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