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Today's News

  • Youth football
  • What is this mystery plant?

     By John Nelson

    They say Black Friday is starting to turn a bit gray because shoppers have so many more options for spending money because so many stores were open on Thanksgiving Day. Yep, the holiday season is upon us, and that means spending lots of money on stuff — including Christmas trees.

  • Goralski Frink wedding

    Hannah Jean Goralski of Oak Island and Brandon Chad Frink of Supply will wed Saturday, Dec. 20, at Chapel of the Cross in Southport. A reception will follow at Duffer’s of Caswell Beach. The bride-elect is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kincaid of Oak Island and Charles Goralski of Johnson City, Tenn. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frink of Supply.

  • Pro profile: Brett Thomaswick of Sandpiper Bay

     Brett Thomaswick has been the head golf professional at Sandpiper Bay for six months and he loves his job.

    A giant of a man at 6 feet, 6 inches, Brett grew up in Ford City, Pa., just north of Pittsburgh. He played basketball and baseball in high school. When he was 17, his father (an avid golfer) took him to an exhibition match at La Trobe Country Club. Brett was standing on a slight knoll behind one of the greens when Arnold Palmer hit a shot that flew the green and rolled right to him.

  • ’Tis the season to go bluefin tuna fishing

     Amid holiday shopping and festivities, there have been rumors of large fish migrating unexpectedly off Brunswick County’s coast. If you are thinking of a species of tuna, you are on the right track. ’Tis the season of bluefin tuna fishing.

  • Good fishing in winter weather

     Most outdoorsmen are putting their coveralls on to go sit in the deer stand or duck blind. Here along our coast you will still see plenty of boats cruising up and down the waterway chasing after some good wintertime fishing. The weather has been mild so far this year, making for more pleasurable fishing conditions. This week is looking chilly with the north winds blowing steadily. Our water temperatures are hovering just a little bit above average, but this next cold front should get us around the 50-degree mark.

  • BCC Classic is Dec. 17-19

     Staff Report

    The BCC Christmas Classic is Dec. 17-19. The BCC men play Caldwell Community College at 6 p.m. Dec. 17, Wallace State Community College (Alabama) at 8 p.m. Dec. 18 and Harcum College (Pennsylvania) at 8 p.m. Dec. 19. The NJCAA ranks Harcum No. 6 in Division I community college teams,

    Cape Fear, Harcum and Wallace played in the NJCAA Division I national tournament last season. Caldwell lost in the NJCAA Division III title game last season.

  • Trojans rout Jones, improve to 6-0

     SHALLOTTE — The West Brunswick boys’ basketball team improved to 6-0 by beating Jones 72-27 Friday, Dec. 5, at West.

    Senior Gray Cheers scored his 1,000 career point and finished with 15 points. Sophomore forward Josh Woodard scored 12 points and senior Saadiq Johnson scored 11.

    Jones, a Class 1A team in Trenton, dropped to 0-6. The only suspense in this game was when Cheers would score his 1,000th career point.

  • Undefeated Lady Trojans rally to beat Jones

     SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick defeated Jones 74-58 in a non-conference girls’ basketball game Friday, Dec. 5, at West.

  • Authorities seek Supply man accused of raping girl

    Investigators are asking for the public’s help to find a 21-year-old Supply man accused of raping a girl in July.

    Detectives are searching for Kody Devin Medford, of Tanglewood Drive SW, who faces charges of statutory rape and crime against nature, according to a Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office news release.

    Medford is accused of having sex with the 13-year-old July 21, warrants show.

    Anyone with information regarding Medford’s whereabouts should call Detective Tony Henson at 253-2777 or 911.