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Name:Terry Sanford
Hometown:Laurinburg, NC
Born:August 20, 1917
Died:April 18, 1998
Notes:65th Governor of North Carolina
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Terry Sanford High School pitcher Davidjohn Herz signs with UNC Baseball
Terry Sanford pitcher Davidjohn Herz signed with UNC on Wednesday. Herz, the Bulldogs’ left-handed ace, was named the region’s top baseball player at the Observer’s...

Remembering Bert Bennett
Bert Bennett Jr.’s record as a political figure is difficult to match. He played an integral part in the election of governors Terry Sanford and...

Bert Bennett, UNC alum and political power broker who helped shape NC’s moderate reputation, dies
Bert L. Bennett Jr., who for 40 years was North Carolina’s most important Democratic Party power broker helping shape the state’s reputation for moderation, died...

Revisit late novelist and UNC grad John Ehle, who founded some of NC's most innovative schools
What if you turned over the keys to state government to an innovative novelist/intellectual and told him he had a year to come up with...

Terry Sanford’s astonishing life and legacy with us still
Terry Sanford has been gone almost 20 years now, dying at the age of 80 in 1998. He would have turned 100 last Sunday. And...

Michael Jordan visits Terry Sanford High School
Passion, a will to learn and determination are the keys to becoming a strong leader, one of the world's most recognizable athletes told the state's...

Photo: John F. Kennedy at University Day, 1961
President John F. Kennedy speaks onstage on University Day, October 12, 1961, at Kenan Stadium. The dignitaries seated behind Kennedy include then-governor Terry Sanford ('39,...

UNC alum, Fayetteville native Candice Woodcock Cody eliminated from "Survivor"
This isn't how it was supposed to end. Candice Woodcock Cody, a Fayetteville native, hasn't had the best time on "Survivor: Blood vs. Water." On...

Quentin Thomas unsure of UNC trio's plans
For most of the players at Monday’s ACC Barnstorming game at Terry Sanford, the question of the night was “Can I have your autograph?” Not...

Recruiting: UNC, NC State Host Top Prospects
Highly touted Fayetteville Terry Sanford tight end Dwayne Allen was one of the spectators last Saturday in Chapel Hill as UNC defeated James Madison. Allen...


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