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Pasquotank is seeking a second state grant to help buy land for a new park in Newland.
John A. Holmes junior Noah Whitley made up for a lost 2020 boys golf season due to the COVID-19 pandemic with another notable season in 2021.
It was a standout year for the Currituck County High School girls tennis team.
AUGUSTA, Ga. — East Carolina senior punter Jonn Young is one of 51 players named to the 2021 Ray Guy Award Watch List according to an announcement by the Augusta Sports Council Wednesday. Young is the first Pirate to be named to the watch list since Worth Gregory in 2016.
They were side by side down to the finish as race fans stood and watched in anticipation. Chris Ware piloted his number 43 car out in front, just ahead of Jerald Harris on the 25th and final lap to claim the Virginia Sprint Series victory at Dixieland Speedway this past Friday evening.
BARCO — More than 50 youth and middle school aged athletes took part in a football clinic hosted by the Carolina Storm Youth Football Club and Currituck County High School this week.
The Triangle Basketball Officials Association (TBOA) is a group of 275+ men and women who have a passion for officiating.
Over the years, presidents have leaned on their predecessors for help in the White House. Lyndon Johnson, for example, asked Harry Truman for assistance to win approval of Medicare. More often, however, they have kept their distance.
It must be so tiring — and stressful — to be a dreamer.
Ben & Jerry’s, noted for its ice cream made from “contented cows,” has produced not such contented consumers in many circles following its announcement to stop selling its ice cream in Israel’s West Bank and in East Jerusalem.
Sometimes I hate it when I’m right. My April fool’s column predicted that our return to life as we knew it before COVID would likely be determined by those who refused to take the shot. We who have been vaccinated are paying a price for those anti-vaxxers who selfishly choose not to protect themselves and disregard the rest health and freedoms of the rest of us.
I read the recent column by Bob Schofield (The Daily Advance, July 21) saying that the GOP’s hysteria about the vaccine is killing people. I laughed out loud at such an ignorant statement. Apparently Schofield wants to be politically correct, but the facts tell a different story.
I’m no mind reader. So it’s hard to tell whether a recent attack on proposed N.C. tax cuts represents a case of willful ignorance or deliberate misdirection.
My friend Steve has a new neighbor downstairs. She threw a loud party right after moving in. Apartment walls are thin in New York City. It was like being trapped in an echo chamber.
Karen VanOverberghe and her fiance Marc Sugar had planned to move to Perquimans County sometime in the future.
Museum of the Albemarle’s newest exhibit will tell the story of the first enslaved Africans to be brought to the New World.
Museum of the Albemarle’s Junior Docent program began 15 years ago but it doesn’t feel like that much time has passed at all. It seems like only yesterday I was one of the many students beginning the program in the summer of 2006.
One of my favorite verses in Scripture is John 10:10, where Jesus reminds us that the thief comes to steal, kill, and destroy, but He came that we may have life and have it to the fullest.
Prolific Poet Carl Sandburg
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- Currituck Manager Stikeleather leaving for job in private sector
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- Thursday Brown march didn't have city approved permit