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Monday, August 8, 2011

  • Aired: 08/08/2011
  • 28:11
  • Rating: NR
The Hoke Community Forest aims to promote recreation while preserving resources & generating revenue. A new exhibit at the NCMA showcases the work of female artists. And Bill Oakes talks about the Winston-Salem Open.
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A Hoke County project is working to promote recreation while preserving resources.
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