CHSS Staff and Students Celebrate Veterans in Annual Event…WITH VIDEO

Two weeks after the federal holiday, Cape Hatteras Secondary School (CHSS) faculty, staff, and students refused to allow Veteran’s Day to go unrecognized. In their annual Veteran’s Day event on Friday, CHSS honored local veterans and active-duty servicemen and women with sustenance, signs, and songs. Veterans were welcomed into CHSS’s cafeteria at 9:00 a.m. for […]

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DLI Students at Cape Hatteras Elementary Celebrate Cultural Diversity

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Cape Hatteras Elementary School (CHES)’s Dual-Language Immersion (DLI) classes presented a School Day for Cultural diversity in their cafetorium. On Wednesday, October 24, first and second grade students from the DLI program honored the traditions and cultures of Guatemala and Venezuela. DLI is a program designed to teach […]

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Lady Canes Volleyball Team Wins Conference Championship, Garners 7 Seed in 1A States Tournament

After a taxing season full of obstacles, the Cape Hatteras Secondary School (CHSS) Lady Canes Volleyball team won the Conference Championship and is advancing to N.C. State playoffs. Lady Canes beat out three other teams in their conference to secure the title of champions, including conference rivals, Bear Grass Charter School. On Wednesday night, Lady […]

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First-Ever Cape Hatteras Surf Fishing Heritage Celebration Will Feature a Full Day of Fishing Events

On Saturday, November 2, the National Parks Service (NPS) will host the first ever Cape Hatteras Surf Fishing Heritage Celebration. For the past year, the NPS and partner organizations have been planning the event, which will honor a long-standing pastime on Hatteras Island. “We wanted to celebrate the past, present, and future of surf fishing […]

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Waterways Commission Makes Post-Dorian Plans to Address South Ferry Channel, and Reviews South Ferry Dock Project

At Tuesday night’s Dare County Waterways Commission meeting, commissioners met to hear from representatives from the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE), and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) about the state of Hatteras Island’s surrounding waters. It was the first time the commission has convened since Hurricane Dorian tore […]

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Blessing of the Fleet Offers a Word of Hope for the Community…WITH SLIDE SHOW

Despite the cancellation of this year’s annual Day at the Docks after Hurricane Dorian’s adverse impact, Hatteras village refused to neglect one of its most treasured traditions. Boats of various sizes, purpose, and adornment lined up at Hatteras Harbor on Saturday evening to participate in the Blessing of the Fleet. For fifteen years, the Blessing […]

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Surf Conditions Create Epic Competition in This Year’s Cape Hatteras Waves Classic

Another chapter of the Cape Hatteras Waves Classic (CHWC) commenced last week. Hosted by REAL Watersports in Waves, the CHWC is a kiteboarding competition scored according to riders’ execution of wave riding, tricks, and the overall impression made on the judges. Competitors from all over the world lug their gear to what is the premier […]

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DMF’s Steve Murphey Talks Recent Regulation Proposals at Working Watermen Commission Meeting

The Dare County Working Watermen Commission hosted Director of the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF), Steve Murphey, at its quarterly meeting on Wednesday evening. The commission, whose role is to make recommendations to the Dare County Board of Commissioners on governmental decisions affecting the local commercial fishing industry, is currently made up of […]

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