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July 13, 2018

How do we know when it’s summer? Each locale is different, but certain sights, events or smells remind us of different seasons, and summer is no exception.

For me, once I see the smoke of the wheat fields, I’m satisfied spring is behind us. In Maine, that first mess of new potatoes and…

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July 12, 2018

I am feeling especially grateful this morning for people who dedicate themselves to service, to helping others, to community well-being and the pubic good and all of those kinds of ideals.

While they might be ideals, what they represent is as real as it gets and the sacrifices that sometimes are…

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July 08, 2018

If you have a historic artifact or other old object you wish to preserve, there will be expert advice available this Friday at Museum of the Albemarle,

In observance of Conservation Assistance Day, MOA is inviting patrons to bring up to three objects to the museum for free assessment and advice on…

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July 08, 2018

Encore Theatre Company will bring the troubles of a haunted mansion to the Albemarle later this month — a mystery to be enjoyed with dinner.

John Burkhart’s comedic melodrama, “The Ghost of Mystery Manor,” takes on the challenges of wealthy retiree Morris Prosper and his…

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July 08, 2018

Americans celebrated the nation's birth last week, and one of the mysteries of its founding may soon be illuminated. This fall new research may confirm the authenticity of an engraved stone found near the "Lost Colony" of Roanoke — a stone dismissed for decades as a forgery.

"If this stone is…

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July 08, 2018

 

William Howard Taft’s name is usually a punchline. The rotund 27th president famously became stuck in the White House bathtub and won only two states, Utah and Vermont, in his unsuccessful attempt at reelection in 1912. Even in his memoirs, Taft spent more time dwelling on his service…

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July 08, 2018

Monday

Pasquotank: Child Health, Pediatric Primary Care, Behavioral Health All Day, General

Perquimans: General

Chowan: General, WIC

Camden: Women’s Health Services, Prenatal A.M., DEPO P.M., WIC All Day

Currituck: Women’s Health Services, Prenatal P.M., DEPO A.M., General

Bertie:…

July 08, 2018

PASQUOTANK

Monday

8:30 a.m. Morning Tai Chi w/Min

9 a.m. Aerobics

10 a.m. Mixed Media, Spades

1 p.m. Shuffleboard, Bowling

Tuesday

8:30 a.m. Tai Chi w/​Jim

9 a.m. Strength & Flex w/​Lin

10 a.m. Scrabble/​Up Words, Spades, Choir 

10:30 a.m. Silver Sneakers w/​Judy

11:30 a.m. Shuffleboard

1…

July 08, 2018

Currituck Chamber supports Corolla wild horse

The Currituck Chamber of Commerce has donated $1,943.59 to Corolla Wild Horse Fund.

The donation, proceeds from the agency’s spring social event, will help support, protect and conserve the Colonial Spanish Mustangs living on the Northern Outer…

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July 07, 2018

As the new club director of the Elizabeth City Unit of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Albemarle, Hashira Rodriguez wants to expand teen programming and increase community involvement.

“There is so much potential here,” Rodriguez said in a recent interview. “I want to be a part…

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