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Today's News

  • Marketing golf in a tough economy: Keith DeVos at Oyster Bay

    The economy has been rough in the last couple of years, and when the national economy is off, it trickles down to golf courses. We have seen courses closed all over the Grand Strand and even here in Brunswick County. 

  • Bowling news

    BRUNSWICK COUNTY BOWLING CENTER

  • Tips for catching, cooking flounder

    Spring means flounder fishing along the Brunswick County coast. The warmer water brings flounder into inshore waters, and anglers pursue them in many different ways.

  • Fishing and waiting on a change

  • Chuck ‘The Hit Man’ scores a bull’s-eye with The First Tee

    BY GREG HENSLEY

    PUBIC RELATIONS TFTBC

    The combined Ace and Eagle classes of The First Tee of Brunswick County took a break from their usual Saturday programs and attended a presentation March 26, along with coach Mike Reeves and coach Ed Fort, at The Reserve Club at St. James Plantation. 

    Dan Pasquariello, director of instruction at St. James Plantation, gave a presentation about improving one’s golf game to Molly Gore, Landon Patterson, Chris Gotwalt, Ashley Sloup, Greg Hensley and Holden Patterson.

  • Calabash VFW dart league results

    The Calabash VFW steel tip dart league results for March 8. First: Hank Olson, Pinky Hindman and Pat Perryman. Second: Darleen Riley, Tom Kelleher and Jack Goin. Third: Mike Walton, Rich Murray and Tom Townsend. 

  • Brunswick Shakers win silver medal

    The Special Olympics cheerleading team, the Brunswick Shakers, took home the silver medal in a recent cheerleading tournament. The SONC Cheerleading Tournament was March 12 at Butler High School in Charlotte. The girls were led by head coach Cindy Neely with the help of two assistant coaches, Lindsey Smith and Devan McLachlen, and competed against eight teams. 

  • Dance Centre performers win awards

    Inspirations Dance Centre of Southport participated in Star Talent Productions Dance Competition March 12-13 in Supply.

    Inspirations Dance Centre dancers were awarded platinum and ratings for eight group dances, five duets and 15 solos. The dancers earned the opportunity to compete at Nationals in July. IDC’s senior company earned a platinum rating and first overall senior small group for its contemporary dance and a rating for its jazz dance. 

  • Summer camp coming through CIS

    The National Inclusion Project has partnered with Communities in Schools (CIS) for three consecutive years to implement Let’s ALL Play—Inclusion in Recreational Programs. The continued partnership will allow children with disabilities to enjoy a successful summer camp experience in an inclusive setting. As part of this initiative, the National Inclusion Project will provide a program model, training and expertise.

  • New program director named for exceptional children program

    Dr. William Christopher Rynn was named Exceptional Children Program Director at the regular meeting of the Brunswick County Board of Education on March 1. He will begin work in Brunswick County on April 1.