SOUTH Carolina and North Carolina continue to assess losses after Hurricane Matthew tore through the region in early October.
Initial reports showed that North Carolina's agriculture industries took a beating from Hurricane Matthew. State agriculture officials do not have damage estimates yet, but the 48 counties affected by the storm are some of North Carolina's largest agricultural counties, accounting for more than $9.6 billion of the $13.5 bill
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