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Answers to news quiz

1. C. Bernhardt and Platt first teamed up in 1995. Bernhardt left in 2000 but rejoined the morning show in 2008.
2. D. The Catawba College Foundation hopes to make the station an integral part of its sports communications program.
3. A. The land trust, headquartered in Salisbury, has a region covering 10 counties.
4. B. Wilson, N.C., and Chattanooga, Tenn., petitioned the FCC to strike down state laws limiting the expansion of their super-fast Internet utilities. The FCC ruling could lead to Salisbury’s being able to expand its Fibrant system outside of boundaries established in 2011.
5. A. The start and end dates for public schools are mandated statewide. The bills introduced by Warren and Ford would allow the local systems to determine those dates instead.
6. B. The conditional district overlay would allow government uses at the former mall. Salisbury City Council will consider the planning board’s recommendation Tuesday.
7. C. The bill is designed to give magistrates and registers of deeds a way out in case they don’t feel comfortable with issuing same-sex marriage licenses.
8. B. Tom and Mickey Jo Long have named the cat “Miracle,” because they think it was a miracle he was brought in from the cold.
9. D. Young plans to open a bakery on north Main Street next to the new location for Sweet Meadow Cafe.
10. A. Food Lion provided supplies for the Blue Bear Food Pantry, which is open to Livingstone College students from 1-4 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays.

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