Joseph James Wiegel

SOUTHERN SHORES –Heaven got even better since the arrival of Joseph James Wiegel Friday, January 24, 2020 from Kill Devil Hills, NC. “Joe” as most knew him, graced this earth for 96 years. He was the beloved son of the late Joseph B. and Alma H. Wiegel of Magnolia, Minnesota. Joe graduated from Magnolia High […]

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Charles Evanto

NAGS HEAD — Mr. Charles Evanto died January 24, 2020 in Nags Head, NC at the age of 86. He was born and raised in Morgantown, WV and served honorably in the United States Air Force. After his military service, Charles worked as a professional electrician for Ratheon- in the defense industry. Charles’ survivors include […]

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Eagle Scout candidates aid Ocracats

By Rita Thiel Craftsmanship, dedication, and leadership were in evidence as three Eagle Scout candidates from Cary delivered their final projects to Ocracoke–handmade feeding stations for the island Ocracats. “My guess is that these are gonna be their favorite spots,” said Melinda Sutton, an Ocracat volunteer, as she stuffed straw into one of the new […]

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Barbara Ann Hickman Pro

March 22, 1931 – January 25, 2020 MANTEO — Barbara Ann Hickman Pro, 88, of Manteo, NC died January 25, 2020 at Virginia Beach General Hospital. She was born on March 22, 1931 in Horntown, VA, daughter of the late William Henry and Helen Davis Hickman. Barbara graduated from Atlantic High School in Oak Hall, […]

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Meet the Outer Banks SPCA Pet of the Week, Carolina

Meet the Outer Banks SPCA pet of the week, Carolina, courtesy of their latest video produced by Dare County’s CURRENT TV. For more information on Carolina, and the many other Outer Banks pets currently up for adoption, visit the Outer Banks SPCA website at, or their Facebook page at

Outer Banks Restaurant Association Collecting Kitchen Equipment for Ocracoke Restaurants

The Outer Banks Restaurant Association is collecting kitchen equipment for restaurants in Ocracoke that were affected by Hurricane Dorian. Many restaurants lost everything and are starting from scratch. “We all (restaurant owners) have used kitchen equipment laying around that we aren’t using.” Said Mike Kelly with Kelly’s Hospitality Group. Mr. Kelly has a storage unit […]

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