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  • Fourth-round loss ends BCC’s World Series

     Fourth-round loss ends BCC’s World Series

  • Fourth-round loss ends BCC’s World Series

    ENID, Okla. — The Brunswick Community College baseball season ended May 31 in an 11-3 loss in eight innings to Jones County (Mississippi) in a fourth-round game of the NJCAA Division II World Series.

    The victory at David Allen Memorial Ballpark advanced Jones County (51-9) to the semifinals.

    BCC, 2-2 in the series, finishes the most successful season in the history of the program 42-18.

  • Fourth-round loss ends BCC’s World Series

    ENID, Okla. — The Brunswick Community College baseball season ended May 31 in an 11-3 loss in eight innings to Jones County (Mississippi) in a fourth-round game of the NJCAA Division II World Series.

    The victory at David Allen Memorial Ballpark advanced Jones County (51-9) to the semifinals.

    BCC, 2-2 in the series, finishes the most successful season in the history of the program 42-18.

  • Fourth-round loss ends BCC’s World Series

    ENID, Okla. — The Brunswick Community College baseball season ended May 31 in an 11-3 loss in eight innings to Jones County (Mississippi) in a fourth-round game of the NJCAA Division II World Series.

    The victory at David Allen Memorial Ballpark advanced Jones County (51-9) to the semifinals.

    BCC, 2-2 in the series, finishes the most successful season in the history of the program 42-18.

  • Fourth-round loss ends BCC’s World Series

    ENID, Okla. — The Brunswick Community College baseball season ended May 31 in an 11-3 loss in eight innings to Jones County (Mississippi) in a fourth-round game of the NJCAA Division II World Series.

    The victory at David Allen Memorial Ballpark advanced Jones County (51-9) to the semifinals.

    BCC, 2-2 in the series, finishes the most successful season in the history of the program 42-18.

  • Belville reduces fire department contribution

    An unanticipated cost at the Brunswick Riverwalk at Belville Park fishing pier led Belville board members to cut back on funding for the Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department.

    At Belville’s May 23 town meeting, budget discussions led into revisiting the fire department funding donation the board had approved for fiscal year 2016-17.

    Commissioners agreed to provide $22,500 for the Leland Volunteer Fire/Rescue Department budget workshop March 19.

  • Commissioners co-sign Holden Beach project

    BOLIVIA — Brunswick County commissioners unanimously approved Tuesday a precedent-setting agreement to co-sign Holden Beach’s financing for a multi-million dollar beach management project.

    Holden Beach Town Manager David Hewett brought the financing proposal to commissioners at their May 16 meeting and the board brought it back for discussion at Tuesday’s budget workshop.

  • Appreciate novel approach to military appreciation

    I hope everyone enjoyed the long Memorial Day weekend this past week.

  • Tropical Storm Bonnie welcomes 2016 hurricane season early

    Brunswick County received a preview of hurricane season with the formation of Tropical Storm Bonnie on Saturday, a day after the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its hurricane season prediction for 2016.

    Bonnie made landfall just east of Charleston, S.C., Sunday morning, May 29.

    The National Weather Service office in Wilmington said the National Hurricane Center downgraded Bonnie to a tropical depression later Sunday and a post-tropical cyclone Monday.

  • Ocean Isle Beach man accused of pawning stolen items

    An Ocean Isle Beach man is accused of trying to sell to a pawnshop items he’d stolen from several people.