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  • Seventh grader surprises farmers as organizer of their new market

    Video: “I was quite impressed,” said Kimberly Harry, of Minka Farm, about learning that Marin Lissy was only 12 years old after communicating with her via email about the opening day of her new farmer’s market, Produce for Parks, on Sunday, July 16, 2017.

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Seventh-grade girl brings new farmers market to Chapel Hill

Marin Lissy’s first seasonal farmer’s market at Cedar Falls Park on July 16 attracted nearly 300 customers. The Chapel Hill seventh-grader behind Produce for Parks wants to create more access to healthy food, encourage recreation and healthy living, and support local farmers.

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N.C. Highway Patrol Troopers bused in for Silent Sam protest

N.C. Highway Patrol troopers arrive on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus Tuesday ahead of a scheduled 7 p.m. protest against "Silent Sam," the university's Confederate memorial.
Ray Gronberg rgronberg@heraldsun.com
N.C. Highway Patrol Troopers bused in for Silent Sam protest 1:14

N.C. Highway Patrol Troopers bused in for Silent Sam protest

Mixture of drama, love, humor and music featured in 'Waitress' coming to DPAC 1:03

Mixture of drama, love, humor and music featured in 'Waitress' coming to DPAC

UNC campus police fence in Silent Sam before a rally tonight 1:15

UNC campus police fence in Silent Sam before a rally tonight

The moon takes a “bite out of the sun” at the Morehead Planetarium 1:21

The moon takes a “bite out of the sun” at the Morehead Planetarium