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Index of Selected Contents
of the January 2005 Issue of
the North Carolina Magazine

Cover Story

Power With Heart
 The state's 27 rural electric co-ops bring their hearts and wallets to the table
in the communities they serve, aiding economic and civic development.

Today in North Carolina
Uptown Living Soars -- 21 Stories Up
Rising demand for center city living in Charlotte means
rising multi-story condos for the Queen City's uptown.

Community Profile

Cary Burns Bright

Sit at a soda fountain in downtown Cary and you might never realize it is
the state's seventh largest city with 107,000 residents and 6,000 businesses.


Healing Themselves

Specialized centers focus care like a laser on cancer, heart disease,
and other medical problems, improving treatments and lowering costs.

Executive Profile

Reading the Market

Sheila Ogle's energy and expertise not only created three businesses,
but also boost causes ranging from women in business to a veteran's park in Cary.

Tar Heel Travels

The Real Cold Mountain
Whether you hike to the summit or stop for a roadside view,
the real Cold Mountain is worth the trip.

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

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