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Today's News

  • Cedar Grove Middle School students named to honor roll

    Cedar Grove Middle School has announced the following students have been named to its honor roll for the second nine-weeks:

    A honor roll

    Sixth grade: Cole Clemmons, Austin Dickerson, Kaleb Ferguson, Zachary Freedle, Aidan Goble, Elizabeth Gonzalez, Casey Gossett, Noah Hayes, Christian Hernandez, Alecia Hewett, Mariah Hewett, Bryson Hill, Zane Hill, Christopher Hilliard, Danecia Ladson, Kaitlyn McLeod, Matthew Phelps, Joshua Renfrow, Chase Slaven, William Wilborn.

  • Students are recognized for awards and honors at Union Elementary

    Union Elementary School recognized the following students during its second nine-weeks Awards Day:

    Principal’s award

    Kindergarten: Reyde Jones, Christian Hardy, Travis Gibson, Carson Pope, Bryan Ortigazo.

    First grade: Kody Bland, Conner Parks, Michael Smith, Edwin Jimenez, Lindsey Clark.

    Second grade: Brandon Banks, Marissa Manza, Daniel Harbin, Emma Grace Hamric, Noah Holcombe.

  • Students make honor rolls at Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary

    Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary School has announced it nine-week awards and honor rolls.

    Citizen of the month

    Kindergarten: Jadora Brown, Natasia Pickett, Jose Romero-Marin, Camdyn Johnson, Zachary Sealey, Dylan Stevens, Ashley Diaz-Dominguez, Joshua English, Eyana Gaskins.

    First grade: Ryan DeJong, Yamilette Mejia, Makayla Stanley, Andrew Ayers, Kaden Scott, Karoline Thomas, Chloey Boothe, Isidro Chavez, Lainie Smith.

  • Tri-Beach Cruisers donate to Lower Cape Fear Hospice

    Tri-Beach Cruisers Car Club, a family-oriented, nonprofit organization based in Brunswick County since 1998, recently contributed $1,000 to Lower Cape Fear Hospice Foundation.

    Members of the Tri-Beach Cruisers raise money by hosting area car events and shows throughout the year. These car hobbyists support families and charitable organizations through donations from proceeds generated. Since its inception, Tri-Beach Cruisers have contributed more than $65,000 to local charities.

  • Calvary Baptist Church celebrates 50th anniversary

    Calvary Baptist Church, 623 Village Road in Shallotte, will celebrate its 50th anniversary (1961-2011) at its 10:45 a.m. service Sunday, Feb. 27. The community is invited to attend. A covered dish luncheon will follow the service.

    Early history of           Calvary Baptist Church

  • Religion briefs

    Ministry plans Easter program

    Experience an outdoor presentation of “You’re Beautiful” written by Anointed Vessels Ministry at 7:30 p.m. April 14-18 at its all new “Can You Believe It?” outdoor theatre.

    Come listen to the storytellers as they take you back into time 2,000 years ago.

    Call 287-4267 for reservations. Visit its website at www.AnointedVesselsMinistry.org.

    Gatlin at Greater Tabernacle

  • Risk everything for a dream that no one sees but you

    A line from the movie “Million Dollar Baby” made such an impression on me I wrote it down for further contemplation and possible use. It was then put away safely and forgotten. Forgotten, that is, until I stumbled upon it a few weeks ago.

  • Supply Elementary students named to honor roll

    Supply Elementary has announced its student honor rolls and awards for the second nine-weeks.

    Terrific Kids

  • Early spring expected to be warm and dry

    North Carolina will likely experience a warmer-than-normal and drier-than-normal winter and early spring. Heating demand for this winter should be much less than last winter. Unfortunately, recharge of soil moisture, groundwater, streams and reservoirs will probably also be less than normal.

    Climatological winter begins Dec. 1. Climatological spring begins March 1.

    El Niño-Southern Oscillation, or ENSO, ocean-atmosphere patterns have a major impact on North Carolina’s winter and spring climate. 

  • Turf management can be done in February

    Bermudagrass

    Mowing: Mow overseeded bermudagrass at one-inch before the grass gets taller than one and one-half inches. Recycle nutrients by not collecting the clippings unless they accumulate heavily on the surface. Dormant bermudagrass that has not been overseeded need not be mowed.