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August 12, 2018

By the time the first newspaper was published in North Carolina in the mid-18th century, 11 other colonies already had publications.

Because it was a frontier colony, its population was widely scattered on farms and plantations. There were no large towns or well-defined community centers.…

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August 12, 2018

Daja Brown, of Roper, who will be attending Elizabeth City State University this fall to study psychology, has been named the winner of the Carrot-Top Industries, Inc., annual Beacon® Scholarship for Rural America .

The $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to Brown who was chosen…


August 12, 2018


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


August 12, 2018



8:30 a.m. Morning Tai Chi w/​Min

9 a.m. Aerobics w/​Lin

10 a.m. Mixed Media, Spades

1 p.m. Shuffleboard, Bowling, Pickleball


8:30 a.m. Tai Chi w/​Jim

9 a.m. Strength & Flex w/​Lin, AARP Driving Course 

10 a.m. Scrabble/​Up Words, Spades

10:30 a.m. Silver Sneakers…

August 11, 2018

Helping her students achieve balance through movement, Patti Mordecai offers a variety of yoga classes at Arts and Wellness of Edenton.


August 10, 2018

I still remember seeing my first 3-wheeler all-terrain vehicle. It was in 1973. The 4-wheeled variety didn’t come on the scene until 1982.

Back in the 1970s, if a person was willing to walk a couple miles through the Maine woods, trout fishing was incredible. I could catch one on nearly every…

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August 09, 2018

If it weren’t for readers there would be no reason to write.

I have frequently expressed appreciation for readers and especially for feedback from readers. This would I would like to do that once more but with a bit of a twist this time.

Feedback can be great even when it takes the form of…


August 08, 2018

COLUMBIA – Pocosin Arts School is poised to celebrate the grand opening of its new Smith Digital Fabrication Lab.

The laboratory will expand Pocosin Arts’ fine craft programs with the latest digital tools, equipment, facilities and innovative programs. The new tools installed in the…

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August 07, 2018

Seventy-one students attended this year’s Summer Enrichment Academy held at P.W. Moore Elementary June 25-29. The program was designed to provide challenging activities for both gifted and high-achieving students.

The program included five units: Creative Expressions, Adventures in Art,…


August 05, 2018

By creating an experience that inspires their words and imaginations to flow, Ganelle Sutton is making writing fun for kids at the Young Authors' Club.

When asked to write a story, some kids find it a difficult task to stare at an empty page, wondering how many words will suffice and not knowing…

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