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Today's Features

  • “To buy a car or fix a car?”

    That is the dilemma faced by many otherwise educated, bright and competent women.

    Harry can teach you how to do both.

    If you are thinking about, need to, want to or just want an evening of fun then, ladies, you have got to meet him.

  • Acclaimed actress Gloria Crist is returning to Wilmington this weekend to star in the local premiere of “Master Class,” Terrence McNally’s award-winning play.

    The play is scheduled for three performances, July 20-22, in Cape Fear Academy’s Fine Arts Building, 3900 S. College Road (Highway 132) in Wilmington.

    Friday’s 7:30 p.m. performance includes a black-tie gala reception benefiting the Thalian Association.

  • Knights of Columbus elect 2012-13 officers
    At the May 14 council meeting, members of Our Lady of the Rosary Council 9036 elected the following Knights officers for the fraternal year 2012- 2013:
    Grand Knight: John Yencik
    Deputy Grand Knight:     Richard Rismiller
    Chancellor: Richard Lombardo
    Warden: Paul Murnane
    Advocate: William Anstock
    Treasurer: Paul Lombardi
    Recorder: Robert Houser
    Inside Guard: Thomas Smed
    Outside Guard: Thomas Davin

  • On Saturday, June 16, Oak Island 4-H youth Bobbi Jane Lawrence traveled to Edgecombe County to participate in her first lamb clinic, “Learn By Doing.” She had never even touched a lamb before arriving at the Edgecombe County Cooperative Extension to take part in the annual lamb clinic, where approximately 35 youth ages 7-19 took part.

  • Brunswick County 4-H’s summer fun programs kicked off on June 18 with the theme, Super Heroes in Training, chosen by the 4-H Teen Council and TiLT (Teens in Leadership Training) teens.
    On Monday, TiLT teens led Clover Buds, ages 5-8, in discovering what super hero strength they had. They designed capes, competed in super hero Olympics and got messy with super hero slime.

  • A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about our local Brunswick Catch program. While researching local seafood, I found a great resource I’d like to share with you.

  • By Tom Woods
    Agricultural Technician

  • The Health Occupations Students of America chapter at West Brunswick High School has recently earned national honors.

    Students Corryn Diemer and Morgan Myers placed first in the CPR and first aid category, according to HOSA adviser Sheila King, an allied health science teacher at the school.

  • They’ve been sewing, baking, walking, beach-combing and visiting local places.

    Last month, Dee and Jon Caudle of Ocean Isle Beach convened their second annual Grandparents Camp in Brunswick County with their four visiting grandchildren, and a good time was had by all.

  • Sermon set for July 15
    “God Called a Party” will be the title of Pastor Jeff Roberts’ sermon at the 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services. “Parable of the Sower” will be the title of Assistant Pastor Gary Albertson’s sermon at 11 a.m. in Murrow Hall on Sunday, July 15, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 209 E. Nash St. in Southport.
    Based on scripture from Luke 15:1-32, 2 Samuel 12:1-6 and Luke 8: 1-18, this is the first of a six-part sermon series on Kingdom Parables.