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Morrisville Gym Holding Triangle's First Ultimate Ninja Qualifier

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Obstacle course-based fitness is becoming increasingly popular, with locations such as Warrior Tech OCR opening around the country. Those interested will have their shot at qualifying for the national association as Warrior Tech hosts the Triangle's first qualifier this weekend.
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Cary's Heritage: The Spanish Flu

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The 1918 flu pandemic, also known as the Spanish flu, which was the deadliest in history, infected an estimated 500 million people worldwide, which was about one-third of the planet’s population. The total death toll is estimated at 20 million to 50 million victims worldwide, however, other estimates run as high as 100 million victims. These two Cary women were alive during the epidemic and shared their memories during oral history interviews.
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SearStone Starts Expansion of Health Care Facility

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SearStone broke ground this week on expanding Brittany Place, its health care facility.
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Morrisville Maps Out Strategic Plan, Looks for Feedback

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As Morrisville tries to define its own identity, the town is reaching out to the community for their thoughts on the new strategic plan, from its goals to its very name.
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Samaritan's Corner: He Is His Black History

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Welcome to Samaritan's Corner. Let's Talk! So it's Black History Month. It's a month that's celebrated by some and despised by other. Some have a great appreciation for it, and some find it insulting. For me personally, you can't sum up my black history in 28 days, and you certainly can't expect me to shout in celebration because we take one month out of twelve to acknowledge the black contribution to this America of which I absolutely love.
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Gardening: Spring Herbs and Early Vegetables

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I know, it still feels like Winter. But now is the time to get some herbs and Spring veggies in the ground.
Cary Business
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Chocolate Smiles Prepares for Big Valentine’s Rush

According to Melanie Williams, owner of Chocolate Smiles in Downtown Cary, there are four major chocolate holidays. Valentine's Day is one of those days and with the holiday around the corner, the chocolate store is preparing for another surge in customers.
Education
Arts
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Teenage Cary Author Publishes First Novel

Raymond Chandler published his first book at age 44. Anna Sewell sold her first copy of "Black Beauty" at age 57. But in Cary, a local author has published her first book, a cyber-crime thriller, at 18 years old.
Sports
Carolina Hurricanes
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Faulk’s Hat Trick Leads Canes Over Kings, 7-3

Some nights everything seems to go right and some nights everything seems to go wrong.  On the eve of Valentine’s Day, everything went right for the Carolina Hurricanes as they pummeled the L.A. Kings 7-3 behind Justin’s Faulk’s first career hat trick along with Jeff Skinner popping in two pretty goals. 
Events
Food
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Chocolate Smiles Prepares for Big Valentine’s Rush

According to Melanie Williams, owner of Chocolate Smiles in Downtown Cary, there are four major chocolate holidays. Valentine's Day is one of those days and with the holiday around the corner, the chocolate store is preparing for another surge in customers.
Movies

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