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Could the president known for his turbulent relationship with the media and strident criticism of negative news stories become a free-speech savior? 

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If Democrats want to see large victories in 2020, they need to steal the narrative away from their left flank. The new voice of the left wing of the party is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The 29-year-old freshman Congresswoman from the Bronx is engaging, articulate, funny and everywhere in the media. Her Green New Deal has become a rallying point for the left and a litmus test for presidential contenders.

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HAMLET -- Hamlet City Clerk Tammy Kirkley graduated from Richmond Community College in 2015, earning an Associate in Business Administration, as well as a certificate in Public Administration.

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HAMLET -- A seminar titled “Branding Basics” will be offered by the Small Business Center of Richmond Community College on Sept. 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Cole Auditorium in Hamlet.

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HAMLET -- Stephen McQueen made up his mind long before graduation that after high school he was done with school. Besides, he was graduating with a pharmacy technician certificate, thanks to Scotland Early College High School (SEarCH), and was equipped to go to work.

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HAMLET -- Learn the steps for establishing a nonprofit organization in the state of North Carolina by signing up for a free seminar offered through the Small Business Center at Richmond Community College.

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HAMLET -- More than 69 percent of the public uses some type of social media. In the “old” days, most unhappy customer’s complaints did not reach thousands of people. Now, they do. How your business chooses to respond to these reviews can either help or damage your business’ reputation.

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