ELIZABETHTOWN — For the first time in quite a while, East Bladen head football coach Robby Priest is preparing for a game without his No. 1 quarterback.
DUBLIN — There is good news and bad news for the West Bladen Knights this week.
ELIZABETH CITY — East Bladen earned some degree of revenge on Thursday in the opening round of the state's Class 2-A soccer playoffs when they went to the home field of Northeastern and nipped the Eagles, 3-2.
ELIZABETHTOWN — For the second straight season, it's Eagles versus Eagles in the opening round of the state's Class 2-A soccer playoffs.
WILMINGTON — West Bladen grad Kayla Thompson carded her career low score of 69 in the second round of the annual Tradition Tournament at the Country Club of Landfall near Wrightsville Beach over the weekend, and finished with a three-day total...
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission are requesting assistance with an investigation involving the suspected illegal take of a radio-collared red wolf that was recently found dead. The federally protected red...
Raleigh – Fourteen volunteers, including one from Bladen County, who accepted roles leading Special Olympics at the local level attended the Special Olympics North Carolina New Local Coordinator Orientation on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at the SONC...
TEACHEY — East Bladen dominated the first half and Wallace-Rose Hill dominated the second half, but the Bulldogs' half was better than the Eagles' half and Wallace-Rose Hill swiped a 14-6 win in the clash of unbeaten Four County...
DUBLIN — West Bladen got out of the gate quickly Friday against Clinton, but fizzled just as quickly against a relentless Dark Horse team — gaining just 126 total yards on offense in the game — and took a 42-6 Four County Conference...
ELIZABETHTOWN — After a scoreless first half on Thursday, East Bladen tallied a pair of second-half goals to upend Union in the Four County Conference's regular-season finale for both teams.
DUBLIN — West Bladen coach Russell Dove knows that if his Knights expect to reach the upper echelon of the Four County Conference, the next three weeks will be important steps on that journey.
ELIZABETHTOWN — Before any season opens, most teams have a specific game or two circled on the calendar. For East Bladen, this week's got circled with stars around it.
RALEIGH — Staff with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission this summer planted aquatic vegetation in five Piedmont reservoirs to improve fish habitat and provide anglers with better fishing...
ROSE HILL — East Bladen took advantage of Union playing a man down in overtime to pick up a 2-1 Four County Conference win behind a pair of goals from Colby Hester on Monday.
GOLDSBORO — West Bladen High took four tennis players to the Class 2-A Mideast Regionals at Herman Park in Goldsboro on Friday hoping to advance to the state finale, but all came up short with first-round ousters.
DEEP RUN — East Bladen's Lady Eagles went into South Lenoir High on Saturday afternoon hoping to scramble the Class 2-A playoff bracket with an upset of the Lady Blue Devils, but it wasn't to be.
RALEIGH — The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's Home From The Hunt™ campaign encourages hunters to take the proper precautions with firearms to be safe during time spent outdoors.
BURGAW — West Bladen raced out to a 20-point lead in the first half, then survived a third-quarter rally by Pender County before finishing big for a 54-27 Four County Conference win.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Eagles of East Bladen won their fifth straight game on the gridiron Friday, this one a 42-0 thrashing of Heidi Trask in a Four County Conference matchup at Lenon Fisher Stadium.
ELIZABETHTOWN — East Bladen had its opportunities, but couldn't hold off a powerful Wallace-Rose Hill soccer team on Thursday and the Eagles dropped the Four County Conference match 2-0.
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Eagles of East Bladen will be asked to put the homecoming festivities on the back burner while they take care of business Friday, when they host Heidi Trask in a Four County Conference matchup.
DUBLIN — West Bladen coach Russell Dove knows his Knights are between a rock and a hard place, but he's hoping the senior leadership and his coaching staff can pull the team through a trying time.
Farmers, hunters help feed hungry***
KILL DEVIL HILLS — Four losses in singles and another in doubles spelled doom for the Lady Knights on Tuesday as they competed in their fest-ever team tennis playoff match against First Flight High.