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Today's News

  • Winter storm warning in effect through Sunday evening

    As snow approaches the area, a winter storm warning has been issued for Brunswick County. The warning will be in effect though Sunday evening.

    The National Weather Service (NWS) has indicated snowfall, with possible accumulation, could happen Saturday night into Sunday. One to two inches of snow accumulation is possible before the system moves out of the area Sunday afternoon. Higher accumulation totals may be possible inland away from the coast.

  • Sheriff’s office: Fatal shooting a ‘tragic accident’

    More than two days after 42-year-old Tammy Lamonds was found shot to death in her Supply home, officials have ruled the fatal shooting an accident.

    According to Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Sgt. April Stanley, Brunswick County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a home at 1650 Cattail Way in Supply, where deputies found Lamonds shot to death, around 7:30 a.m. Monday, Dec. 20.

  • Lori Boldt is new member of board of directors

    BY ELSA BONSTEIN
    PUBLIC RELATIONS OF TFTBC

    Lori Boldt of Supply recently became a member of the board of directors of The First Tee of Brunswick County.  

    Born and raised in Wilmington, Boldt attended the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill then went on to work in the pharmaceuticals industry in sales and marketing.  

  • Try for big redfish during winter

    Inshore fishermen had to make the transition to bitter cold weather quickly this year, and the only fish that really responded well were the redfish. Despite the way winter roared in, the backwater redfish bite never slowed and continues to flourish.

  • Great gift idea for 2011: A golf trip

    When it’s time for gift giving, think out of the shirt box.  

    Forget the purse, wallet, sweater or pair of gloves. Forget those soppy romantic television commercials for diamond jewelry. If my husband gave me a diamond bracelet, I’d look at him and say, “What? A diamond bracelet? You fool! We could have gone to Scotland and played golf instead!”

  • Highlights, scores of area golf leagues

    CAROLINA SHORES MEN

    Results Friday at Carolina Shores. The game was individual net medal play. The winners were Gary Hertling, Jack Bendy, Leo Jarmusz, Joe Broderick, Frank Talak, Mike Fedak, Tony Sneska, Jerry Strickler, Arnie Northrop, Dick Polonski, Bill Marsh and Glenn Ikens. Closest to pin at No. 3, Jay Leskowicz; at No. 7, Bob Barrett; at No. 12, Bob Barrett; at No. 17, Glenn Ikens. 

    FADEAWAYS

  • Bowling news

    Planet Fun leagues scores

  • BCC youth basketball clinics in January

    The Brunswick Community College women’s basketball team is offering two youth basketball clinics in January at the Dinah E. Gore Fitness & Aquatics Center. 

    BCC coach Ashlyn Burke and her team will conduct the clinics. The first clinic begins at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 15. BCC plays Spartanburg Methodist at 1 p.m. that day. The second clinic begins at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 29. BCC plays Louisburg College at 1 p.m. that day.

  • Community sports news

    Fitness classes set for spring

    This is the 2011 spring fitness schedule offered by Brunswick County Parks and Recreation. To register for any of the fitness classes or for more information, call Ruthie McHugh at (910) 253-2583. 

    Total Body Fusion: 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan. 4-May 26 at Lockwood Folly Community Building. Fee is $30 month, $8 drop-in.

    Zumba: 8:15-9:15 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays Jan. 4-May 26 at Body Dimensions. Fee: is $35 per month, $10 drop-in.

  • Students perform in holiday show

    Forty-four students from Brunswick County Early College High School, Virginia Williamson Elementary and Jessie Mae Monroe Elementary performed two songs Thursday evening, Dec. 15, at the Palace Theater in Myrtle Beach, S.C., during a “Christmas on Ice” performance.

    At the 8 p.m. performance, students sang arrangements of “Joyful, Joyful” and “Your Love Keeps Lifting Me.” Standing on a bridge that crossed the ice, students dressed in black slacks and white tops sang while professional skaters and dancers performed.