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By Amber Veverka Dusk is softening the edges of forest and swamp to an auburn haze when one of us spots it: A smudge of black at the edge of a stubbly field. “BEAR!” the kids shout from the backseat. Without field glasses, the bear is a blur, but it’s the first wild one the […]

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By Amber Veverka This last summer, Tony Boudreaux picked up a shovel and traveled back – way back – in time. Boudreaux, an archaeologist who teaches at East Carolina University, along with a student team, was on a job excavating near Town Creek Indian Mound in Montgomery County. They had just shoveled 2 feet of […]

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