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Today's News

  • What is this mystery plant?

     By John Nelson

    In the case you ever visit central South Carolina, you will want to check out our Congaree National Park, one of the most breathtaking places in the world. It boasts an impressive diversity of plants and wildlife, especially migratory birds. Some of its acreage is dominated by tracts of land never before timbered, and thus, some of eastern North America’s tallest forests are here. I’d like to show you an example.

  • Todds announce birth

     Allen and Jessica Todd of Shallotte are the proud parents of a son, John Allen Todd, born at 1:12 p.m. Oct. 13 at Novant Health  Brunswick Medical Center, and weighing 8 pounds, 11 ounces and measuring 21 ½ inches in length. He joins a sister, Madilyn, 3. Maternal grandparents are Thea Barefoot and the late Wayne Edwards. Paternal grandparents are William and Wanda Todd.

  • Jenkins son born

     Leanna Edwards of Supply is the proud parent of a son, Bentley Jace Jenkins, born at 11:11 p.m. Oct. 3 at Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center, weighing 5 pounds and 13 ounces and measuring 18 inches in length. He joins brothers Justin, 8, Junior, 5, and sister Meleah, 1. Maternal grandparents are Thea Barefoot and the late Wayne Edwards.

  • Graveses announce birth

     Matthew and Danielle Graves of Supply are the proud parents of a daughter, Chelsea Denise Graves, born at 7:19 p.m. Sept. 27 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, weighing 7 pounds, 12 ounces and measuring 20 inches in length. She joins a sister, Reese Danielle Graves, 17 months. Maternal grandparent is Dee Boyd of Supply and paternal grandparents are Van and Judy Graves of Fritch, Texas. Great-grandparents are Joyce Sims of Supply and Fae Graves of Amarillo, Texas.

  • Jersey Girls: Golf and fun for 20 years

     I heard about the Jersey Girls through mutual friends and became intrigued.

    A group of gals from New Jersey has been coming to Brunswick County each fall for 20 years. They stay in the same house for a week. They play golf, shop, and eat in, taking turns cooking and cleaning up.

  • Cooler water temperatures producing better fishing
  • Fishing is fun for the family
  • Mistakes cost Trojans in loss to New Hanover

    WILMINGTON — New Hanover took advantage of West Brunswick mistakes to beat the Trojans 30-13 Friday, Oct. 24, in a conference football game between North Carolina Class 4A and Class 3A football teams.

  • Trojans defeat Cougars 3-0, clinch spot in soccer playoffs

     BOILING SPRING LAKES — West Brunswick beat South Brunswick 3-0 Oct. 22 and clinched a spot in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Class 3A state boys’ soccer playoffs.

    Junior midfielder John McNeil scored twice on penalty kicks and had the assist on West’s third goal, scored by junior forward Tristan Murphy.

  • Mega-kite flyer needs help for festival weekend

    Holden Beach’s kite king could use a few volunteers to help make sure the kites fly high over the North Carolina Festival By the Sea this weekend.

    John McEntire visited the Holden Beach town hall meeting Oct. 14 to spread the word that he could use some help Oct. 25 and 26, when he typically runs a number of kites into the air on the beach just across Ocean Boulevard from the Holden Beach pavilion.