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Today's News

  • Long

    Aimee Flynn and Dave Long of Shallotte announce the birth of a son, Joey Colton Long, born at 9:54 p.m. Aug. 18 at Brunswick Community Hospital.

    He weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces, and measured 19 inches long. He joins a sister, Brittney, 15, and a brother, Austin, 9.

    Maternal grandparents are Lisa and Lee Harris of Shallotte and the late Donald Lee (Joey) Flynn Jr. Paternal grandparents are the late Charles B. Long and Bonnie Ward of Nakina.

  • Robbins

    Holly Maggard and Jeremy Robbins of Boiling Spring Lakes are the parents of a daughter, Kaylee Jade Robbins, born at 9:05 p.m. July 31 at UNC Hopsital at Chapel Hill.

    She weighed 4 pounds, 2 ounces and measured 17 1/4 inches long.

    She joins brothers, Jordan, 16, Dylan, 8 and Nathan, 7, and sisters, Ashley, 13, Emily 10, and Emilee, 5.

    Maternal grandmother is Melanie Maggard of Winnabow.

    Paternal grandparents are Sheila and Johnny Grainger of Supply and Barbara and Keith Robbins of Winnabow.

  • Frink

    Brandon and Camelia Frink of Ash are the parents of a daughter, Ma’Kenzy Zacaria Chae Frink, born at 8:24 p.m. Aug. 21, at New Hanover Regional Medical Center.

    She weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce, and measured 20 inches long.

    Maternal grandmother is Angela Williams of Shallotte.Paternal grandmother is Carrie Frink of Thomasboro.

    Great-grandmother is Nedrea Williams of Longwood.

  • Creeds are powerful and essential to our lives

    There is likely no more potent a statement than one that begins with the words: “I believe.”

    Creeds are essential to our lives. They help us to formulate our thoughts, to focus on important matters and to empower our ability to change and be changed and to be transformed by truth.

    Creeds mark the starting point of our faithful responses, as well as the onset of possibilities. While they are not static or stagnant, they are also not so fluid as to be meaningless.

  • Burney graduates from Air Force Academy

    With family members looking on, Trenton Burney, a WBHS graduate and former athlete of the year, accepted a handshake from Vice President Joe Biden and a B.S. degree in administration from the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Co. on May 27.

    Burney is the son of Carol Ann Burney of Supply, paternal grandson of Ollie Beatrice Burney and the late Gaston Burney of Supply and maternal grandson of Macie and James Draughon of Supply.

  • West cross-country team's victory special

    Caleb Hawkins would have been proud.

    The West Brunswick boys’ cross-country team, winless last year, won for the first time this year in a four-team, 36-runner meet at West.

    The Trojans placed five runners in the top 10 and beat South Brunswick by two points, 31-33. North had 72 points and West Bladen 101.

    West’s runners wore black ribbons on their jerseys in memory of Hawkins. The three-sport athlete died May 12 of injuries suffered in an auto wreck.

  • Caddie's journal: The second time around

    From Aug. 30 to Sept. 7, I traveled with Dalton Gore as his chaperone and caddie to Pebble Beach, Calif., for the Walmart First Tee Open at Pebble Beach. This was Dalton’s second trip to the event, and I wondered whether it would match the excitement and success of last year’s.

    Sunday, Aug. 30

  • Victory completes memorable week for South Brunswick football coach

    RED SPRINGS—The South Brunswick Cougars football team presented coach Roman Kelley a gift Friday night by routing Red Springs 35-0.

    The occasion for the gift was the previous Friday night—a bye week—when son Camden was born.

    “What a great week,” Kelley said. “I’ll never forget it.

    “I’m so lucky to have a wonderful wife. She had our son on our off week. Amazing. I have a great family, great team and coaches. I’m so blessed.”

  • North's Scorpions down Devil Pups

    LEJEUNE—The North Brunswick High School football team visited the Lejune Devil Pups Friday night trying to end a two-game losing streak and a fourth loss this season.

    To do that, the Scorpions wanted to establish the run—and that’s just what they did, as three players rushed for more than 100 yards in North’s 40-6 victory.

    D. J. Graham gained 153 yards and scored three touchdowns. Jirese Thomas gained 176 yards and scored three touchdowns. Scatback Jamelle Batts gained 111 yards and had some long kickoff and punt returns.

  • West, South set for football rematch Friday

    The rematch 7:30 p.m. Friday between the West Brunswick (3-1) and South Brunswick (2-2) high school football teams comes with both teams playing their best football of the season. And it comes at the start of the Waccamaw Conference season.

    West athletics director John Floyd couldn’t have planned a better situation in what he hopes is the start of an annual home-and-away series.