Today's News

  • Player Card benefits Brunswick First Tee



    The 2011 First Tee Player Card is on sale for  $100. With the card, golfers can play once at all the participating golf facilities in Brunswick County for $25. The card is available only to Brunswick County residents; golfers must present a valid Brunswick County driver’s license when arriving to play.

  • CIS Benefit Gala for Children raises more than $100,000

    Communities in Schools of Brunswick County, Inc. (CIS) raised more than $100,000 at this year’s Benefit Gala for Children. Of that, $11,000 will directly benefit graduating seniors in the form of monetary scholarships.

    “Our supporters, friends and volunteers who donate their time and services have made this event successful through the years,” Mark Koval, CIS resource development director, stated in a press release.

  • McCumbee finishes 22nd at Talladega Superspeedway

    Chad McCumbee drove his No. 71 ModSpace Chevrolet Impala SS to a 22nd-place in finish Sunday in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the Talladega, Ala., Superspeedway.

    McCumbee, who started 22nd, presently pilots the No. 1 ModSpace car in the ARCA Racing Series. He had seven top-10 finishes this season. The 26-year-old made his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut at Pocono Raceway in the No. 45 Petty Enterprises entry in 2007 and gained additional experience in 2008 making six starts under the Petty Enterprises banner.

  • Bowling results


    Oct. 25-29

    McDonald’s Amusement Classic: Milton Williams 247, 253, 225, 725 series; Marvin Hedgspeth 211, 235, 236, 682 series. Demaris Lance 233, 251, 194, 678 series; Craig Croom 265, 202, 654 series; Michael Oxendine 253, 217; Dawn Clardy 199, 225, 601 series; Karen Moshores 225; Paula Oxendine 193.

  • Cedar Grove student to sing with state honors chorus

    This weekend, Cedar Grove Middle School student Campbell Alspaugh will perform with some of the best singers in the state.

    The eighth-grader was among 195 students selected to participate in the North Carolina Middle School Honors Chorus, which will perform this Sunday at the Stevens Center at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem.

  • Bolivia announces terrific kids

    Bolivia Elementary has announced its Terrific Kids for October. They are:

    Kindergarten: Rose Easterling, Cody Fields and Emily Long.

    First grade: Javier Carbajal-Mendez, Jestine Bazil, DeLayne Taylor and Gauge Old.

    Second grade: Christopher Simmons, Eden Hodge, Dylan Bevill and Connor Hanes.

    Third grade: Eviana Ledbetter, Dustin McLaughlin, Sean Bergstrom and Bryan Maggard.

    Fourth grade: Heather Danford, Dallas Mason, Brook Fette and David Warth.

  • Re-enactment group visits Leland Charter Day School

    The anticipation causes you to squirm, fingers in your ears, mouth open, eye squinting and the gun master yells “fire” and…baboom. The extremely loud noise from the Civil War era canon makes you jump, laugh, giggle and look around at everyone else enjoying the gut-wrenching blast. That’s the fun part. The scary part is learning just what damage these massive guns did to human lives during the Civil War.

  • Club briefs

    Beautification club to meet

    Holden Beach Beautification Club members and guests will meet at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the Holden Beach Chapel for their annual tasting luncheon.

    Each member should bring a favorite dish; the recipe for the dish should be sent to Lynda Brown. Hostesses for the event will be Dolly Mitchell, Jane Ivey, Peggy Allen, Lynda Brown and Jean Alford.

  • Southwest Brunswick Newcomers Club to meet in Shallotte

    The Southwest Brunswick Newcomers Club (SWBNC) will meet from 10 a.m.-noon Thursday, Nov. 11, in the fellowship hall of Shallotte Presbyterian Church, 5070 M.H. Rourk Drive in Shallotte.

    Doors open at 9:30 a.m. for new members to join and to sign up for scheduled activities.

  • Religion briefs

    Calabash Presby hosts bake sale

    Calabash Presbyterian Church on Old Georgetown Road (N.C. 179) will host a craft fair and bake sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6, including fall and Christmas handcrafted items. Lunch will also be available. Call 579-7356.

    Alternative Giving Market set