The following is a letter sent to the editor from Dare County Board of Commissioners Chairman Bob Woodard and Town of Nags Head Mayor Benjamin Cahoon on the recent approval to conduct seismic surveys along the Atlantic coastline.
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Meet the Outer Banks SPCA rabbits that are the pets of the week, courtesy of their latest video produced by Dare County’s CURRENT TV. For more information on these rabbits, and the many other Outer Banks pets currently up for adoption, visit the Outer Banks SPCA website at https://www.obxspca.org/, or their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/obxspca/.
October 20-25, 2019, Ocracoke Alive’s Ocrafolk School will offer an insider’s guide to Ocracoke Island designed to spark creativity and sense of community. Based at the historic Berkley Manor, inspiring instructors will guide adult participants of all experience levels through their choice of one of six specialized courses: Cooking with Island Chefs, Jewelry Making, Mind [...] Community News | Full Article
After a successful launch during National Park Week in April 2019, Outer Banks Forever is proud to announce its founding Board of Directors. Outer Banks Forever is the official nonprofit partner of the three national parks in the Outer Banks – Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site and the Wright Brothers National [...] Community News | Full Article
Meet the Outer Banks SPCA pet of the week, Tigger, courtesy of their latest video produced by Dare County’s CURRENT TV. For more information on Tigger, and the many other Outer Banks pets currently up for adoption, visit the Outer Banks SPCA website at https://www.obxspca.org/, or their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/obxspca/.
The Salty Sandollar Boutique is all about handmade and custom designed decor and jewelry. Around 80 percent of the items in the shop are handmade. Kids and adults alike will love the handmade resin key chains and necklaces, and there’s a lot of fun coastal wall decor, including custom-made wooden plaques. Pillows, change purses, beach [...] Community News | Full Article
C HEC Lineman Jonathan Vernesoni joined 22 other electric cooperative line workers from across the state on Thursday, May 30 at the 2019 Pole Top Rescue competition in Raleigh. This biennial event pits line workers against the clock and each other as they demonstrate essential lifesaving skills and the job knowledge required to maintain the [...] Community News | Full Article
This summer, North Carolina’s electric cooperatives sent 45 exceptional high schoolers to represent their communities in Washington D.C. on the 2019 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour. From June 15-21, the North Carolina delegates joined more than 1,800 students from across the country to explore historic monuments and museums, meet elected officials at the U.S. Capitol, participate [...] Community News | Full Article
Two local middle-school students attended basketball camp on college campuses this summer, thanks to a Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarship from CHEC. Audrey Kramer of Buxton expanded her knowledge of basketball and fine-tuned her skills on the court at the Wolfpack Women’s Basketball Camp under the direction of Coach Wes Moore. The camp took place [...] Community News | Full Article
The Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum in Hatteras Village is seeking volunteers to work at the front desk. Volunteering is done on a weekly, monthly, occasional or seasonal basis. All efforts are appreciated; and you don’t have to be a historian to volunteer. You need to be at least 18 years-old and have a friendly [...] Community News | Full Article
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