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Today's News

  • District 17 House update

    By Rep. Frank Iler

    Guest Columnist

     

    Last week in the General Assembly, we had more than 300 new bills introduced in the House alone, committee meetings were being held virtually one on top of another, and we saw major reform bills introduced and some being passed in committee.

  • Keeping an eye on the real journalism prize

    Even if you don’t know much about journalism in America, you probably know the Pulitzer Prize recognizes its very best work every year. The award is named for the legendary Joseph Pulitzer: “Hungarian-born, an intense indomitable figure, Pulitzer was the most skillful of newspaper publishers, a passionate crusader against dishonest government, a fierce, hawk-like competitor who did not shrink from sensationalism in circulation struggles and a visionary who richly endowed his profession,” according to pulitzer.org.

  • Save our battleship

    With every passing day, we lose more and more World War II veterans, members of our nation’s greatest generation. Now, we are in danger of losing our state’s monument to them and others who lost their lives in that war.

  • West golfer Patterson wins tourney

     Staff Report

    West Brunswick junior Landon Patterson shot an even-par 72 in winning the Mideastern Conference golf tournament  April 20 at Pine Valley. The course layout was 6,418 yards.

    In the team competition, Laney was first (321) and West second (323).

    For West, senior Drew Boyer shot an 81, sophomore Tucker Vaughan an 81 and senior Cole

    Snyder an 89.

    South Brunswick was sixth (389) in the seven-team tourney. Xavier Williams shot an 83.

  • Trojans defeat North in soccer

     

    SHALLOTTE — West Brunswick beat North Brunswick 8-0 in a non-conference soccer game Monday, April 20.

    The victory completed a season sweep. West beat North 5-3 March 10.

    In the rematch, West scored six goals in the first half, the first two in 12 minutes by junior Tea Davis.

    After the Scorpions allowed an own goal, sophomore Claire McNeil scored on a shot from near the left post.

  • Trojans defeat North in soccer
  • Heavy rain impedes the spring bite

     

  • Fishing continues to improve with warmer temperatures

     

    Capt. Derek Treffinger

    It seems as if our fish population of Brunswick County has finally crept out of its winter haunts for good. This past week signified fish are around and they are hungry. Water temperatures along the beach climbed to a mild 65 degrees last weekend, providing the fish another reason to come closer to shore. No matter whether you were to fish inshore, nearshore or offshore, the bite has been better than what it was three weeks ago.

  • BCC beats Patrick Henry CC, stays in title hunt

     

    BOLIVIA —  The Brunswick Community College baseball team beat Patrick Henry Community College 9-3 Sunday, April 19, at Founders Field.

    BCC scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth in taking a 3-2 lead. The Dolphins scored five in the seventh and one in the eighth on the way to the victory.

    BCC finished with 13 hits. Taylor Stephens had a hit, a walk and was hit by a pitch.

  • UPDATE: Missing teen located

    Missing teen Antonio "A.J." Joseph Mills of Leland has returned home, the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office said Friday morning.

    Antonio "A.J." Joseph Mills, 15, of Leland was reported missing Thursday morning, April 16, at North Brunswick High School where he is a student.