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In early 2015, Carolina Public Press began publishing a “Document of the Day” to share key public records. The entries are selected because of their potential import. Some have appeared in our news stories, while others were stand-alone offerings.
Either way, they’re all compiled here in the archive, which is ever-growing, vastly varied and completely downloadable and searchable.
The most recently posted documents appear at the beginning. Have a look, dig in and dig deep. And please tell us what you find and which other records you’d like to see.