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2014/11/27 09:37
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A grain shortage is behind the drop in table turkey output, but state wildlife biologists say wild populations in North Carolina have increased about 73 percent since 2005. Four years ago, they...
2014/11/27 09:37
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2014/11/26 00:50
2014/11/26 00:50
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A new, improved version of an old boating access area has opened on the New River in Jacksonville. Located at 135 S. Marine Blvd., the site features three ADA-accessible boat ramps, a canoe-kayak...
2014/11/26 00:50
2014/11/26 00:50
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As we pause today to consider all those things we are thankful for I, like a lot of other folks, put those things that are near and dear to me at the top of the list: family, good health, old friends,...
2014/11/24 14:01
2014/11/24 14:01
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In response to population threats from increased demand overseas, the federal Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking protective measures for snapping turtles, a freshwater reptile that resides in all...
2014/11/23 09:37
2014/11/23 09:37
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Despite blasting of shoals and construction of jetties that doubled the project�s cost, the river remained too shallow for a steamboat. The boat, named the Mountain Lilly, made only a few trips before...
2014/11/23 05:58
2014/11/23 05:58
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North Carolina deer farmers, who breed the animals to sell as game and for their meat and antlers, are making a high-profile push to expand their industry, pushing for more permits and less-onerous...
2014/11/21 12:58
2014/11/21 12:58
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Three conservation groups and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission have agreed on new rules aimed at reducing the shooting deaths of endangered red wolves in five Eastern North Carolina counties by...
2014/11/19 03:50
2014/11/19 03:50
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It was announced recently that an agreement has been reached in a lawsuit against the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC), which will restore coyote hunting in the five-county red wolf...
2014/11/19 00:15
2014/11/19 00:15
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Michael Lynn Greene, 54, of 1905 Dryes Lane, McLeansville, is on trial this week in Davidson County Superior Court for the May 25, 2013, deaths of 32-year-old Melissa Chambers Britt and 3-year-old...
2014/11/18 09:37
2014/11/18 09:37
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The county's Parks and Recreation Department has been working with partners such as Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., nonprofits and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission since 2012, exploring ways to...
2014/11/17 04:56
2014/11/17 04:56
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... number of Asian countries eat a lot of turtles, and use them in medicines and things like that,” said Jeff Hall, a Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation biologist with the N.C. Wildlife...
2014/11/16 13:59
2014/11/16 13:59
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SNEADS FERRY | A boating access that serves the Sneads Ferry area soon will undergo a transformation that will upgrade the facility and improve accessibility for users. Renovations are expected to...
2014/11/13 23:58
2014/11/13 23:58
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Three conservation groups and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission have agreed on new rules aimed at reducing the shooting deaths of endangered red wolves in five Eastern North Carolina counties by...
2014/11/13 15:28
2014/11/13 15:28
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Photo credit: N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission HYDE COUNTY, N.C. — A man who was hunting in Eastern North Carolina Tuesday morning bagged the second largest bear ever killed in the state, according...
2014/11/10 14:56
2014/11/10 14:56
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For more than a year, two baby loggerhead sea turtles helped educate more than 440,000 aquarium visitors about the threatened species. In that time, the animals received careful monitoring and care....
2014/11/08 17:56
2014/11/08 17:56
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That's what the folks in Navassa are plagued with, and they may have to put up with it until mid-December. The noise stems from the construction of a bridge over the Cape Fear River, part of the...
2014/11/07 16:56
2014/11/07 16:56
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... has been treated, from a regulatory standpoint, as a private cooling pond for the plant, which never really made much sense," said Drew Elliot, communications director for the N.C. Department of...
2014/11/07 06:15
2014/11/07 06:15
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The work on the Highway 49 ramp at Tuckertown Lake is complete with the concrete poured and the drying process finished. The lake dropped more than 6 feet below full pool to allow for the renovation....
2014/11/04 09:37
2014/11/04 09:37
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On Oct. 14, Waycaster's miniature horse, Little Bit, was attacked in broad daylight as it grazed in the barnyard within 100 yards of her Davis Mountain home. Little Bit's face and neck had gaping...
2014/11/02 22:34
2014/11/02 22:34
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Salisbury Post Commissioners to consider designating housing seats When the county commissioners voted one month ago to appoint two new members to the Housing Authority�s board, they effectively...
2014/11/27 09:37
2014/11/27 09:37
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