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Index of Selected Contents
of the July 2002 Issue of
the North Carolina Magazine

Cover Story

Open Road
It will take years to solve our worst bottlenecks, but the state DOT 
has some highway projects tantalizingly close to completion.

Today in North Carolina
Low-Cost Carrier Lands at Charlotte-Douglas
Charlotte-Douglas International Airport's reputation for high airfares will lessen this month 
when low-fare carrier American Trans Air begins Service via its Chicago-Midway hub.

Small Business

Managing Risk
Companies are paying more attention of worker safety, and with good reason. 
Anticipating how and where employees can get injured saves money 
and discourages bogus workers' comp claims.

Community Profile

On the Right Path
Johnston County, the state's fastest growing county in the past decade, 
continues to benefit from its prime location among major highways, 
but it's most important investments are its people and schools.

Executive Profile

Second Wind
Most people begin slowing down as their approach retirement age, 
but Bodie Bodenheimer was just getting started.

Tar Heel Travels

Valle Crucis and Mast Store
A Florida couple visited our mountains in 1976 and like what they saw so much 
they bought the old Mast Story and became Tar Heels for life.

Editor's Desk
State Government Column
Executive Voices
Publisher's Column

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