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Today's News

  • Emergency services adds new technician for radio system

    County commissioners recently approved adding a new communications technician position in the Brunswick County Emergency Services Department despite it being a no-new-positions fiscal year.

  • Candidates’ forum scheduled for Brunswick County

    In what will be their fourth match-up of the election season, U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, D-N.C., and his Republican challenger Ilario Pantano will headline the Oct. 11 Meet the Candidates Night at Brunswick Community College.

    The debate, scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11, at the Odell Williamson Auditorium on the Campus of Brunswick Community College, is co-sponsored and organized by the Alliance of Brunswick County Property Owners Association.

  • Cougars fall to Ashley in home opener

    BOILING SPRING LAKES—Ashley scored four goals in the second half in beating South Brunswick 5-1 Monday night in the Cougars’ first game of the high school soccer season.

    South junior goalkeeper Brian Atack stopped a point-blank shot with about 27 minutes left in the first half, and the Cougars took advantage of the defensive stop by scoring two minutes later. Senior Justin Ramirez scored after the Cougars had a couple of shots on goal.

  • Rivers Edge ladies challenge men in match play

    Golf is a game of a lifetime and you can start playing at any age and play to any age. A lot of women golfers took up the game after she and her husband retired. The ladies have quickly learned as the men have that golf is a sport that is harder than it looks. Golf is an enjoyable game but also frustrating.

  • Beebe, Depauw tie for Sea Trail Men’s club title

     The Sea Trail Men’s Golf Association played its annual four-round club championship Aug. 9-10 and Aug. 16-17 on the Byrd and Jones courses. Monte Beebe and Mike Depauw tied with a total score of 313 each to share the scratch-flight championship.

    Handicap flight champions (one medalist qualifying round and three single-elimination match play rounds): A flight: Jim Hitchcock. B flight: Greg DeCrane. Gold D flight: Norm Melanson. Gold E flight: Nick Forlidas.

  • Jeanne Maxon wins Ocean Ridge club championship

     Jeanne Maxon won the Ocean Ridge Ladies Club Championship in a tournament played Aug. 16-18 on three hot and humid days. The tournament took place on Tiger’s Eye, Lion’s Paw and Leopard’s Chase golf links, and participants were assigned to a flight based on handicap index. There was a gross flight and three net flights. 

    Maxon had a combined gross score of 252 for the three days. Patsy Mays was second at 263. Maxon’s combined scores were atop the leader board all three days.

  • Beebe, Depauw tie for Sea Trail Men’s club title

     The Sea Trail Men’s Golf Association played its annual four-round club championship Aug. 9-10 and Aug. 16-17 on the Byrd and Jones courses. Monte Beebe and Mike Depauw tied with a total score of 313 each to share the scratch-flight championship.

    Handicap flight champions (one medalist qualifying round and three single-elimination match play rounds): A flight: Jim Hitchcock. B flight: Greg DeCrane. Gold D flight: Norm Melanson. Gold E flight: Nick Forlidas.

  • Golf action

     BRIERWOOD MIXED SCRAMBLE

    In the nine-hole event Aug. 18, two teams shared first: the team of Deloris Gausch, Sharon Beavers, Ron Arvidson and Bob Nobes tied at 2-over par with Rita DuGan, Glen Green, Ralph Trimmer and John Beavers.

    BRIERWOOD WGA

    The format for the Brierwood WGA event Aug. 17 was better nine, one-half handicap.

  • Inshore fishing can be up and down in this hot weather

     Though temperatures have remained in the high 80s and low 90s, signs are clear fall fishing is not far away. Inshore fishing can be up and down right now with some good days and some slow ones, but more and bigger fish are being caught, and speckled trout, redfish, and flounder are all chasing bait inside.

    The trout and the red drum are running the tides inshore around the creeks, along the marsh grass points and around the bridges. The trout bite is, as usual, much better in the morning, but redfish are being caught during the day in many places.

  • South Brunswick King Classic set for this weekend

     This weekend the annual South Brunswick King Mackerel tournament will take place at South Harbour Marina in Southport. The tournament’s registration will continue until 7 p.m. Aug. 27 with fishing on Aug. 28. The tournament’s top prize is awarded for the largest king mackerel caught and weighed Saturday, and the winner typically takes home more than $10,000. For additional information, visit www.bluewaterpromo.com or call event director Terry Adkins at (800) 546-4622.