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Today's News

  • Brunswick All-Stars finish third in Dixie Boys World Series

     CHRISTIANSBURG, VA.—A pitch not thrown proved to be the most important pitch in the championship round game Aug. 4 between Brunswick County and Louisiana in the Dixie Boys World Series.

  • Brunswick All-Stars finish third in Dixie Boys World Series

     CHRISTIANSBURG, VA.—A pitch not thrown proved to be the most important pitch in the championship round game Aug. 4 between Brunswick County and Louisiana in the Dixie Boys World Series.

  • Update: Missing teen returns home

    Update: According to a Brunswick County Sheriff's Office press release sent Friday morning, Brittany Michelle Cordell has returned home.

    Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a missing teen.

    Brittany Michelle Cordell, 14, was last seen at her Supply home just before 12 a.m. Wednesday.

  • Update: Missing teen returns home

    Update: According to the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office, Tyquanna Bullard returned home Wednesday.

    Detectives with the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a missing teen.

    According to Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Sgt. April Stanley, Tyquanna Shaquitta Bullard, 16, of Leland, has been missing since July 12.

    Bullard was reported missing Aug. 3.

  • Free dental clinic at New Beginnings Community Church

    SHALLOTTE—New Beginnings Community Church in Shallotte and CommWell Health and Dental are partnering together to provide a day of free dental care to school-aged children.

    The free dental clinic starts at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 11. Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins will be seen as time permits. Patients will be seen until about 4 p.m.

  • Parents must return signed consent to ‘opt out’ of sex education

    BOLIVIA—If parents do not want their middle school children learning reproductive health and safety during the school day, they must return a signed form, opting their children out of the state-mandated curriculum.

    Board members voted 3-2 Tuesday evening to enact a policy that gives parents the choice to enroll a student in the comprehensive curriculum, an abstinence-only curriculum or opt out of both, in accordance with House Bill 88.

  • Board approves budget without recommended position additions

    BOLIVIA—Members of the Brunswick County Board of Education voted Tuesday to approve a budget resolution that included a $2.8 million shortfall and the use of $2.5 million in fund balance, but they opted to exclude the approval several new positions requested by various departments in the district.

    Board members opted to exclude the approval of a public information officer, transportation coordinator for the northern end of the county and a career counselor for Brunswick County Academy.

  • Despite missed AYP goals, officials say progress is being made

    BOLIVIA—Although the number of Brunswick County schools that made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) during the past school year decreased, school officials say there is progress being made.

    Eleven of the 19 schools tested made AYP during the 2009-2010 school year, which is a decrease from last year’s 14 of 17 tested.

  • Scores, highlights from area golf league tournaments

     BEACHCOMBERS

    The Beachcombers played at Farmstead. Low gross: Randy Cogdill 84, Charlie Shore 86 and Stu Cleveland 89. Low net: Fred Ortiz 69, Cogdill and Jim Beairsto 69. Team, two low nets on each hole: Ortiz, Bob Smith, Reggie Auten and Bob Brownley, 20-under par. Golfer of the week was Randy Cogdill.

    BRICK LANDING

  • Zack Byrd: Young phenom on the verge of success

    I first met Zack Byrd in 2003 when he won the Carolinas Junior Championship. I sat in his home in Calabash and chatted with the young phenom, and his parents, Cindy and Steve. He was being home-schooled at the time because his junior golf schedule was so rigorous it would not allow him to attend a regular high school with any consistency. Each week, his dad or mom drove him to junior events all over the country.