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In commemoration of Old Glory, Governor Roy Cooper declared June 14, 2024, as Flag Day.

In tribute to the sacrifices of our armed services personnel, Governor Roy Cooper has ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities be flown at half-staff from sunrise until noon on Monday, May 27 in honor of Memorial Day.

Today, 98 students, representing 30 North Carolina counties, will embark on a 10-week educational internship experience in North Carolina state government agencies.

Each year on May 15, this special day recognizes the many men and women of law enforcement who lost their lives or were injured in the line of duty.

Governor Roy Cooper has declared May 5 as a Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women to show support and raise awareness on the disproportionate rate of American Indian and Alaska Native women who have disappeared or lost their lives due to acts of violence.

In accordance to Public Law 107-51, flags are to be lowered annually in recognition of the many firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty.

The officers were members of a collaborative U.S. Marshals task force of local, state and federal law enforcement officers.

The Honorable John C. Martin served the state as a Superior Court Judge for seven years, as an appellate judge for the North Carolina Court of Appeals for more than 24 years, and spent the last 10 years of his career as Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals.