Focus on Oregon Inlet: Fix for continual shoaling eludes even the governor

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has agreed to move the dredge Currituck to Oregon Inlet to provide faster, more effective dredging capabilities for that crucial navigation channel. The Currituck will begin work Saturday, April 16, and will immediately begin dredging around the clock. The current vessel stationed in the inlet, the dredge Merritt, will […]

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By IRENE NOLAN By IRENE NOLAN Time has run out for the North Carolina Department of Revenue to petition the state Supreme Court for discretionary review of the Court of Appeals ruling in favor of the Cape Hatteras Electric Cooperative regarding the payment of sales and franchise taxes from 2000 until 2009. Accordingly, CHEC’s board […]

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Emaline Marie Paiano

BUXTON — Emaline Marie Paiano (nee Olson), 80, of Old Lighthouse Roadpassed away at the Outer Banks Hospital on Friday, April 8,2011. Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., she was the daughter of the late Stanley C.Olson and the late Helen Burek Olson.  She is also predeceasedbyher husband, Charles Joseph Paiano. Mrs. Paiano is survived by her daughter, […]

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