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Today's Sports

  • Ocean Isle Beach woman safely...

    A woman reported missing from Ocean Isle Beach on Tuesday, Nov. 15,  has been safely located, Brunswick County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Emily Flax said on Thursday, Nov. 17. 

    Bernice Huntley Logan, 82, of 1826 Waterwing Drive, had last spoken to her family Monday, Nov. 14, and was reported missing the following day. The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert on Wednesday, Nov. 16, that has now been cancelled.

  • Ocean Isle Beach team second in...

    It seems as if fall left just as quickly as it arrived. The week following Halloween, offshore fishing was absolutely incredible, yet one could believe winter is approaching as nighttime temperatures dipped into the low 50s. This caused many to break out their winter jackets and also sent the fish into a winter pattern, as well. Some may think this winter pattern is bad but it really all depends on what you are targeting and how far you are willing to run to catch fish.

  • Fishing for trout in beautiful...
  • Cool down fires up the fish

    The weather has been stable after Hurricane Matthew’s passing and, thankfully, dry as well. It appears that it will remain dry for the next several days and that is good news for folks inland who are trying to clean up from floodwaters. The weather also has made some quick changes in temperatures, finally making it feel more like fall weather and really firing up the fish.

  • Fish continue to bite after...

    Hurricane Matthew ripped through our county a couple weeks ago and with it came record-setting flood waters to inland areas and destruction to properties along the beach. Aside from the horrific damage Matthew caused, folks who suffered minor damage or none at all began to wonder how the storm would affect the fishing. Before the storm, fishing was in full swing with fish biting from the surf to the Gulf Stream. However, once Matthew made its presence upon the Carolina coast, our fantastic fall fishery came to a screeching halt.

  • Drum-matic fishing after...
  • West Brunswick beats New Hanover...
  • Detectives search for missing...

    Brunswick County Sheriff's Office detectives are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing local man. 

    Andy James Anderson, 34, was last seen in Bolivia on Wednesday, Oct. 5, BCSO spokeswoman Emily Flax said. He was last seen wearing a gray t-shirt, blue shorts and white tennis shoes. 

    Anderson has family in Conway, S.C., and may be visiting homeless shelters, Flax said. 

    Anyone with information about Anderson's whereabouts is asked to call 911 or Det. Kip Hester at 253-2777. 

  • Sloup helps Winthrop win golf...

    By Jack Frost

    Winthrop University

    Ashley Sloup finished third out of 61 golfers in leading  Winthrop to a first-place finish Oct. 11 in the Terrier Intercollegiate championship at Rock Hill, S.C.

    Winthrop rallied from a 13-stroke deficit in the second round and won the title by a stroke against Western Carolina.

  • Trojans defeat Cougars 46-7