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Today's News

  • Little River Jetties productive area to fish

    When it comes to catching speckled trout and redfish in colder water, many Brunswick County anglers choose to head just south of the border and boat down to the Little River Jetties. It’s a great place to fish and one of the area’s most productive areas.

  • The First Tee of Brunswick County plans major expansion

    The First Tee of Brunswick County is planning a major expansion of its home course, Cinghiale Creek, in 2011-2012. A new 11,000-foot residential academy will be constructed, and a Tom Watson Practice Facility will be carved out of 10 adjacent acres, which have been donated on a no-cost lease from the McLamb family of Shallotte. 

    NORTH CAROLINA LIFE SKILLS LEADERSHIP  ACADEMY AT TFTBC

  • Bowling news

    BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOWLING CENTER

    McDonald’s Amusement Classic, Nov. 8: Keith Croom 237, 224, 226, 687 series; Eric Jenrette 200, 215, 228, 643 series; Michael Oxendine 214, 223, 203, 640 series; Wayne Branch 266, 197, 629 series; Steve Keifer 237, 192; Karen Moshoures 173, 203, 538 series; Dar Anuszewski 190.

  • Supply Elementary School announces honor roll, awards

    Supply Elementary School has announced its honor roll and awards for the first nine weeks of the 2010-2011 school year.

    Terrific Kids

  • Students take part in Etiquette Day at Virginia Williamson Elementary

    Virginia Williamson Elementary School teaches more than just reading, writing and arithmetic. It also teaches table manners and etiquette. Parents were asked to dress their children in their best attire recently for Etiquette Day.

    Parent facilitator Sylvia Gaughf, along with the help of several parent volunteers, decked out the cafe’s tables with tablecloths and centerpieces. When students and their teachers arrived in the cafe, they were greeted by waiters and were escorted through the serving line.

  • Union Elementary School students earn awards, make honor rolls

    Union Elementary School recently hosted its first nine-weeks awards day. The following students were recognized:

    Principal’s award

    Kindergarten: Olivia Cox, Henry Smith, James Barrett, Noah Helms, Olivia Morris.

    First grade: Cooper Kirkland, Hailey-Lynne Sayre, Abbigail Butler, Mackenzie Smith, Alice Leland.

    Second grade: Patrick Vereen, Teagan Coley, Tre’Vonn Frink, Miracle Todd, Ryan Connick.

  • West Brunswick High School students make honor rolls

    West Brunswick High School has announced the following first nine-weeks awards:

    A honor roll

  • It’s crucial to give ourselves time to say goodbye

    As my fingers fly over my computer keyboard, I think about Alice in Wonderland and her encounter with the White Rabbit who has no time to say hello, goodbye. He’s in a stew because he is running late for a very important date. 

  • Rotary speakers talk about exchange program

    Each year, Rotary International sponsors Group Study Exchanges (GSE) around the world as a cultural and vocational exchange opportunity for business people and professionals that are in the early stages of their careers and are between the ages of 25 and 40.

    Rotary District 7730 (eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia) is sponsoring a GSE team to Uruguay in April 2011 and South Brunswick Islands Rotarian Martha Warner has been selected by Rotary District 7730 to be the Rotarian leader of the four to six GSE member team.

  • Thomas birth

    Mark and Erica Thomas of Shallotte are the parents of a daughter, Lily Grayce Thomas, born at 8:40 a.m. Nov. 3 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces and measuring 19-inches long.

    She joins brothers Mark, 12, and Kai, 4.