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Columnist, UNC alum A.C. Snow dies after 70 years at NC newspapers and ‘a love affair with words’


A.C. Snow, the longtime News & Observer columnist who delighted readers with country wisdom wrapped in elegant prose for 70 years, died Friday. He was 97, and had written his farewell column only two years before. Snow began his career in the era of Linotype and finished in the time of Twitter. He stands among the luminaries of the state’s news gatherers. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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Columnist, UNC alum A.C. Snow dies after 70 years at NC newspapers and ‘a love affair with words’


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