ELIZABETHTOWN – We've come to the last article in our five-part series about good things happening in all our schools. The key message has been that on any given day you can find many good things happening in any of our schools. Schools...
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Commissioners interviewed representatives of two companies Tuesday afternoon and voted 6-3 to award the the duties of managing the construction of the proposed new Bladen County Jail and law enforcement...
WHITEVILLE — The newly renovated branch of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Whiteville will be unveiled to the public on Saturday, Feb. 28.
Elizabethtown Primary School recently released its second nine-week list of honor students.Third Grade— Superintendent's List: Bryan Barnes
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency Administrator Val Dolcini recently announced that the Conservation Reserve Program now will encourage more bird habitats to be established in irrigated farmland...
WASHINGTON – Freshman Congressman David Rouzer (North Carolina) announced recently that his staff will hold monthly office hours in all 12 counties of the 7th Congressional District.
RALEIGH — On the heels of Friday's release of Joseph Sledge from prison after he was exonerated for a double-murder in Bladen County, the State Bureau of Investigation has reopened the investigation into the 1976 murders of Josephine and...
LUMBERTON – The Southeastern N.C. Agricultural Events Center will host a horse and tack auction on Monday, Feb. 2, in the Pavilion.
DUBLIN — Bladen Community College President William Findt agrees with the idea proposed by President Barack Obama that students have two years of education beyond high school. Findt says it is now virtually a requirement that those entering the...
BLADENBORO — The town of Bladenboro will hold a ribbon-cutting for its new community building on Friday, Jan. 30, at 2 p.m. Refreshments will be served following the ribbon-cutting.
AMMON — Windsor United Methodist Church will be the site of a yard sale fundraiser on Saturday, Jan. 31, beginning at 8 a.m. to assist Steven Amberson in obtaining a service dog.
ELIZABETHTOWN —For 50 years, Dennis Hawes' scissors have clacked around the heads of countless patrons at Bridgers Barber Shop in downtown Elizabethtown.
WHITEVILLE — Nearly four decades in state prison has come to an end for Joseph Sledge.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Report cards are scheduled to go home with all students on Monday, Jan. 26, however there will be a delay in high school report cards. This is due to a delay in scoring from the NC DPI. The NC DPI must finalize all grades before...
BLADENBORO — The Bladen County Sheriff's Office teamed up with North Carolina Probation on a search at a residence on Holly Britt Court in Bladenboro after receiving numerous complaints about drug activity.
ELIZABETHTOWN – As we come to the last two feature articles in our five-part series and prepare for the rollout of state assessment results, our hope is that we've stimulated discussions about the good things happening in our schools. In...
ELIZABETHTOWN — Mike Davis, a member of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club, gave an update at the club's weekly meeting on the Ebola outbreak and Rotary's involvement. To date there have been 8,500 deaths due to Ebola.
There is a single word that has overtaken contemporary US society, one concept that defines life in 21st century America: Security. Before you complete your online purchase, please establish a “secure” connection. Buy this alarm system or...
RALEIGH – The 2015 N.C. Aquaculture Development Conference will be held in New Bern, Feb. 25-28.
The Bladen Community College Board of Trustees will meet on Friday, January 23, at 5:30 p.m. in the Learning Enhancement Center (Building 8).
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Commissioners learned about several serious issues plaguing the Bladen County Department of Social Services on Tuesday.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Animal Shelter saw 393 cats and 849 dogs adopted to new homes in 2013, according to the most recent Public Animal Shelter Report.
DUBLIN — Bladen Community College will kick off its 2015 spring semester Writers Series programs on Tuesday, Jan. 26, with a program featuring author and history Professor David La Vere. He will present a program centering on the Tuscarora War...
RALEIGH – The potential for North Carolina's two largest industries – agriculture and the military – to work together will be highlighted at the 10th annual Ag Development Forum on Feb. 5 at the State Fairgrounds.
RALEIGH. – College financial aid officers and specialists will be available across North Carolina on Saturday, Feb. 28, to help high school seniors and families complete and submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid forms online.
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