N.C. State University told prosecutors on June 24 that it can't locate high-priority eMail messages from former Chancellor James Oblinger, raising questions about the university's response to public-records requests in the digital era, reports the News & Observer of Raleigh. The loss of the eMail, covering the period in 2005 when Oblinger helped create a job for former first lady Mary Easley, was revealed in documents the university gave to federal prosecutors. In July 2008 and again in February, the News & Observer had requested all documents related to the creation of Easley's job and her hiring. Interim Chancellor James...

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