Students want bobcat named official state cat

Fourth-graders at Benvenue Elementary School are championing a drive to make the bobcat the official state cat of North Carolina.

  • School board interviews 10 superintendent candidates

    The Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Board of Education invited 10 of the 39 applicants for the district’s superintendent position to first-round interviews 
last week.

  • Art Extravaganza: Dozens showcase art in Currituck

    Creativity thrived in Currituck County High School Saturday as renowned local artists gathered for the 16th annual Art Extravaganza.

  • Camden: Farm support needed

    CAMDEN — Rep. Bob Steinburg, R-Chowan, said state lawmakers will need to expand support to agriculture to meet the state’s “lofty goal” for more food output over the next five years.

  • Elected officials watch ‘Racial Taboo’ documentary

    Pasquotank County residents and their elected officials delved into “Racial Taboo” Thursday night, packing the Knobbs Creek Recreation Center for a well-received encore of the documentary exploring America’s thorny racial history and ongoing divides between black and white Americans.

  • Hinkle named a Main Street champion

    MORGANTON — Susan Hinkle was recently honored as a Main Street champion for 2014 because of her activism in the Harbor of Hospitality’s central business district.

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Behind the scenes with the AMT

When people hear about the Coast Guard, they may think about boats, helicopters and the crews who drive and fly them in dangerous conditions.