Taking it to the Next Level: Caroline Gray Signs Letter of Intent to play at UMO By SARAH ALLMAN

Cape Hatteras Secondary School’s Lady Canes basketball team excelled beyond what anyone had projected for them this past season, going undefeated in their regular season and competing at the state level. Though their success was certainly a team effort, one of the standout Lady Canes was senior captain Caroline Gray. After a record-breaking season at […] Local News |  Full Article

Lights Out for Hatteras: The 3rd Annual Starry Nights Event

Hatteras Island is fortunate to have one of the clearest skies in the country, perfect for viewing some of the most amazing wonders of the universe. These world-class nighttime views are not only suitable for stargazing, however, but for encouraging flourishing wildlife populations. Despite having some of the darkest skies on the East Coast, there […] Hatteras Features |  Full Article

Teamwork and Talent: CHSS Varsity Girls’ Basketball Team Qualifies for States By SARAH ALLMAN

It is no secret that because Hatteras Island is so far off the map geographically, Cape Hatteras Secondary School often struggles to excel athletically. Though, from time to time, teams may have success in the conference, going beyond is often a rarity. While CHSS has produced many talented athletes and teams over the years, few […] Local News |  Full Article

Halverson and Fallen Heroes Honored at Buxton British Cemetery Wreath Ceremony …WITH SLIDE SHOW

It is for this reason that Gail Halverson, the infamous “Candy Bomber,” was interested in viewing the cemetery and honoring these fallen British soldiers in a short ceremony last Saturday. Toward the end of World War II, the Soviet Union had completely blocked access to the western-controlled areas of Berlin. U.S. pilots were soon sent […] Hatteras Features |  Full Article