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    Morganton
    NC
    “Senator Sam” Ervin was a Morganton native who practiced law before serving as U.S. Senator from 1957-74. Ervin served as chairman of the Senate Select Committee to Investigate Campaign Practices – commonly referred to as the Watergate Committee.
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    Biscoe
    NC
    Just three miles south of the geographic center of the state.
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    Garland
    NC
    Incorporated in 1907, Garland was originally known as Sloan’s Crossing.
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    Mint Hill
    NC
    Incorporated March 11, 1971 with a population of 2,284, the town has enjoyed a steady growth to its current population of more than 20,000.
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    Asheville
    NC
    Known as an art colony, a healing resort and a home to notable statesmen and luminaries, Asheville is one of the most welcoming, vibrant cities in America.
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    Clayton
    NC
    In 1907, the Raleigh Evening Times wrote that there was “more money per capita in Clayton than any city its size in the world.”
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    Conover
    NC
    Originally called “Wye Town,” Conover began to develop in the mid 1800s as a "Y" intersection of the railroad traversing North Carolina.
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    Fayetteville
    NC
    With the help of local citizens and businesses, Fayetteville has been named “America’s Most Pro-Military Town” by TIME magazine.
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    Mars Hill
    NC
    The name for Mars Hill College came from Acts 17 that relates that while in Athens, Paul was invited by philosophers to speak to them at the forum. "So Paul, standing before them at the Mars Hill forum, addressed them."
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    Murfreesboro
    NC
    Chowan University, based in Murfreesboro, is a Christian educational institution founded in 1848 by Baptist families and named Chowan – which means “people of the south” – to honor the Native American Algonquin Chowanook tribe.

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