It would be repurposed into the design of the new store.
It would be sold at auction.
Pieces would be given to current and former N.C. State students as souvenirs.
It would be scrapped.
Rosie the Riveter.
The Gerber baby.
The Morton Salt girl.
The London Blitz orphan.
Summer droughts diminished this year's cranberry crops.
Nobody likes that stuff.
People prefer to make their own fresh sauce.
Manufacturers have discontinued the product.
Each turkey is named after one of the teachers in the school.
The turkeys are cooked in a hole in the ground.
Students helped raise the turkeys throughout the year on a nearby farm.
Local celebrity chefs are invited to judge the meal.
Netflix's release of the "Gilmore Girls" episodes.
Sales tax increases on e-commerce.
A server failure.
A pilot strike.
It had previously belonged to Lady Gaga.
It had been reported stolen.
It was the bike pictured on his "Greatest Hits" album.
It was built by Billy Joel.
"Garden & Gun."
"AAA Carolina Go."
They marched right in front of Santa's sleigh.
This was the first time Cary High School had marched in the parade.
They performed an original composition by band director Matt Minick.
They were the only high school band selected from North Carolina.
It is the first Wright Brothers item to exhibit in the museum.
The replica was actually built by Orville Wright.
It is hung at the same height as the original first flight.
It is the oldest Flyer in existence.