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Today's News

  • Beware of the Beetle: Part II--Controlling the problem

    Now that we understand the biology and life cycle of the Japanese beetle, let’s get serious and talk about control.

    Commercial preparations of the Bacilluspopilliae (milky spore disease) offer some control as a long-lasting soil treatment. These spores infect and kill Japanese beetle grubs. The spores are then released into the soil and infect other grubs as they come in contact with the bacterial spores.

  • Carter-Parrish

    Amanda Mari Carter and Steven Parrish Jr. were married May 2 at Orton Plantation Gardens with the Rev. Tim Carter officiating.

    The bride is the daughter of Bill and Rhoda Carter of Supply.

    The groom is the son of Steve and Sabrina Parrish of Supply.

    The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father.

    She wore a white satin Jasmine couture gown with a fitted bodice and sweetheart neckline, embellished with beading of pearls and rhinestones on the bodice and cathedral-length train.

  • Calabash cat

    Calabash cat

    Harriet Thompson, an employee at Waterfront Ice Cream and Coffee House in Calabash, visits with a friendly cat that visits the waterfront every day. Thompson buys special treats for the neutered feline.

     

  • Andreanos celebrate 50 years

    Filomano ‘Phil’ Andreano and wife Deanna Mae Smith Andreano celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 6 with a party at the Crow Creek Clubhouse. The event was a surprise organized by their daughter, Kerri Mae Mitchell of Washington, D.C. More than 50 family members and friends came from Florida, Ohio, New York, Georgia, Missouri, North Carolina and South Carolina to take part in the festivities. Deanna is a native of Bloomville, Ohio, and Phil was born in Rochester, N.Y.

  • Linker-Tompkins

    Sonya Yvonne Linker and Christian Bradley Tompkins were married May 31, with the Rev. Bobby Causey officiating. The bride is the daughter of J.C. and Cindy Linker of Ash and Barbara Linker of Ash. The groom is the son of Rick and Diane Tompkins of Ash. The bride’s daughters, Jesse and Sami McLamb, served as maids of honor. Nicholas Tompkins, brother of the groom, served as best man.

  • Dameron

    Bobby and Crystal Dameron of Leland are the parents of a daughter, Ayden Elizabeth Dameron, born at 1:43 p.m. May 18 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

    She weighed 7 pounds and measured 20.25 inches long.

    Maternal grandparents are Bobby and Teresa Tindal of Shallotte.

    Paternal grandparents are Maria Dameron of Bolivia and the late Jimmy Dameron.

    Great-grandparents are Mary Lewis of Shallotte and Lula Hawes of Shallotte.

     

  • West birth

    Carey and April West of Shallotte are the parents of a daughter, Alexa Diane West, born at 8:41 p.m. June 3 at Brunswick Community Hospital.

    She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 19 1/2 inches long.

    She joins a brother Michael, 12, and a sister, Adryonna, 4.

    Maternal grandparents are Charles and Sherry Cox of Wallace.

    Paternal grandparents are George and Sheryln West of Shallotte.

    Great-grandparents are Francis Cox of Wallace, Pauline Quick of Wallace and Alvin and Betty Williamson of Swansboro.

  • Haddock

    Justin and Sally Schutte Haddock are the parents of a daughter, Avery Hart Haddock, born at 7:32 a.m. March 19 at Crestwood Hospital in Huntsville, Ala.

    She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces, and measured 19 1/2 inches.

    She joins a brother, J. Hunter Haddock, 21 months.

    Maternal grandparents are Stephen and Connie Schutte of Supply.

    Paternal grandparents are Tommy and Donna Haddock of Durham.

    Great-grandfather is Jack Fulk of Charlotte.

  • We are all looking for justice, but without mercy it is vengeance

    We are all looking for justice. It is most apparent these days when it seems greed has overtaken our world, our way of life, our value systems, even our government. It has left us with a thirst for justice.

  • Internet overload: With so many options, are you getting what you want locally?

    If you’ve got a blog, you can write about things all day long. If you’ve got a Twitter account, you can tell the world your business in 140 characters or less.

    If you’re on MySpace or Facebook, you can tell friends, neighbors, family—and complete strangers—what you’re doing at any time, and post lots of photos to go along with it.

    If sci-fi and fantasy genres are your thing, you can get to know like-minded people at Elftown (or one of many other special interest groups, no matter how bizarre or different they may be).