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Tourism

We've got some places and sites that bring in visitors from around the world. See what the latest news and events are regarding these hot tourist attractions.

North Carolina Zoo mourns death of chimp Nori

The quirky and full of sass chimp had many challenges through her short life, but captured many hearts.

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North Carolina Zoo announces permanent closure of its Aviary habitat

The 40-year-old aviary was too damaged to repair, so its 93 birds are being relocated either elsewhere in the zoo or re-homed at other AZA facilities.

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Liberty Showcase Theater: A little town hosts big stars

Dewey and Leslie Brown are bringing many country, bluegrass and gospel music icons, among others, to the stage in Liberty, NC.

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Are you ready for The Bun Hut?

Chef Ray Mackey is bringing the Caribbean to Asheboro

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New restaurant Gather living up to its name

New sushi place in Asheboro already eyeing expansion less than a month into its existence

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NC Zoo leads nation in efforts to save the red wolf

State official: “The zoo is the leader in figuring out how to integrate red wolves into the wild.”

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Liberty Heritage Museum looking more like a reality

Grant monies and private donations back the idea of a heritage museum in the old downtown hardware store, maybe by next year

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A3 hikes return in 2022: Here's the monthly schedule schedule for 2022

One Sunday a month, local folks gather to visit and learn about a trail in Randolph County or near its borders.

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That sound you hear is the Country Christmas Train, back again for 2021 at Denton FarmPark

The train is part of a larger Christmas celebration happening through the holidays

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Newly infused with money, NC Zoo ready to add continents; Asia first

State budget allots $80 million to zoo; the Asia region could be ready by 2023 or 2024

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High-end barbecue restaurant coming to refurbished building

Apartments, too; here's a look at the old Kivett building's past and future

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