Ashley Lynn Taylor

KILL DEVIL HILLS — Ashley Lynn Taylor left his earthly body on May 11, 2022. Ashley was born on August 24, 1965, and was raised in Newport News, VA. He later moved to Kill Devil Hills, NC to raise a family of his own. Ashley had a passion for surfing and was always drawn to […]

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Pellini and Cruden vie in Republican primary for District Attorney

Two assistant district attorneys are competing in the Republican primary to succeed their boss, District 1 District Attorney Andrew Womble, who is running for Superior Court Judge. The race pitting Jeff Cruden against Kim Pellini also features two Navy veterans. Cruden, who served for seven years in the Navy and has spent 28 years as […]

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Hege challenges Kidwell in Republican primary for NC House District 79 seat

In the Republican primary race for a reconfigured NC House District 79, Edwin Hege is challenging incumbent Keith Kidwell for a seat that now represents the southern part of Dare County, with the dividing line running through Kill Devil Hills. Kidwell, who resides in Chocowinity, is a businessman and former Beaufort County GOP Chairman and […]

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May 26 presentation will shed light on the Lost Colonists’ move to Hatteras Island

Scott Dawson, President of the Croatoan Archaeological Society, and author of “The Lost Colony and Hatteras Island”, will be at the Rodanthe/Waves/Salvo Community Building (across the street from the Chicamacomico Life Saving Station) on Thursday, May 26th at 10 am to present a slideshow and discuss the history surrounding the lost colony and the Croatoan […]

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Theresa Rogers

KILL DEVIL HILLS — On Tuesday, May 3rd, 2022, Theresa Rogers joined her daughter, Shawna Hartley; mother, Claire Taylor; father, Billy Taylor; and brother, William Taylor in Heaven. She leaves behind her sons, which she loved so much, Michael Rogers (Erin) and Robert Haire; her sisters, Patricia Taylor Parker (Gene), Lynn Taylor and Pamela Collier […]

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NOAA Fisheries releases status of the Stocks and Fisheries of the U.S. Reports

Today, NOAA Fisheries released two flagship reports—the 2021 Status of Stocks report and the 2020 Fisheries of the United States report. 2021 Status of Stocks Report The annual Status of Stocks report highlights our collective efforts to rebuild and recover U.S. fisheries by providing a snapshot of the more than 460 stocks managed by NOAA Fisheries. This year’s […]

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Shrimp Amendment 2 management measures implemented

New shrimp management measures will go into effect May 15 in North Carolina state waters. The N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission approved the measures to reduce bycatch and protect habitat with the adoption of the Shrimp Fishery Management Plan Amendment 2 at its February business meeting. Division of Marine Fisheries Director Kathy Rawls implemented the new […]

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