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2015/03/29 10:37
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In the 20th year since those selfless citizens banded together to form a local land trust, Carolina Mountain Land Conservancy (CMLC) furthered the legacy of its founders by forever protecting 1,095...
2015/03/29 10:37
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2015/03/25 19:15
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... was very excited. They worked hard. I'm pretty proud of them," said the school's athletics director, Jermiah Beasley. Students competed earlier in the month through the National Archery in the...
2015/03/25 01:50
2015/03/25 01:50
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A major contributor in the effort to bring wild turkeys back to the North Carolina landscape over the past 40 years has been the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF). That organization has provided...
2015/03/19 00:56
2015/03/19 00:56
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... RALEIGH | Plenty of meaty, often divisive issues exist this session for legislators in Raleigh to sink their claws into. But a group of Nash County elementary school students has some...
2015/03/18 01:50
2015/03/18 01:50
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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s “Becoming an Outdoors-Woman” (BOW) program will offer two fly-fishing workshops for female anglers in May and June. Interested individuals can choose from a...
2015/03/16 16:56
2015/03/16 16:56
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The study was authored by the N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries (NCDMF) economist John Hadley. “Cape Fear River fisheries are important from an economic standpoint,” Hadley stated in a release. “The...
2015/03/12 16:01
2015/03/12 16:01
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Their chaperone, Sarah Finn, N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission biologist, drove south from Kure Beach to release all five endangered sea turtles from the beach into the warm ocean, according to a...
2015/03/11 19:50
2015/03/11 19:50
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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has approved 57 changes to the state’s game land, wildlife management and inland fishing regulations for the 2015-16 seasons. Effective dates for new regulations...
2015/03/10 14:23
2015/03/10 14:23
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JUSA sets Girls Classic Tryouts The Johnston United Soccer Association will hold tryouts for its U16 and U18 Classic girls teams at 3:30 p.m. on March 14 and at 1:30 p.m. on March 15 at Clayton...
2015/03/10 14:22
2015/03/10 14:22
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Clayton High junior Ethan Howard looks forward to studying marketing and sales in college. And the young bass angler is already practicing his pitch on land and water. As he learns to put natural...
2015/03/08 10:59
2015/03/08 10:59
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Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller said he will investigate the killing of a duck found this weekend after it had been stabbed through the head with a pencil. Photos posted Saturday morning on the...
2015/03/07 22:50
2015/03/07 22:50
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It’s not like we’re facing “Gatornado” or something, but the number of giant reptiles in Craven County is growing. Indeed, the alligator population is up in general in North Carolina, especially in...
2015/03/06 02:15
2015/03/06 02:15
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Howell represents Livingston crankbaits, a company that incorporates electronic technology into their lineup of baits, including the Howeller, a crankbait named after Howell after he used it to win...
2015/03/05 00:40
2015/03/05 00:40
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All eyes and admiring “ahhhs” were focused on the monster white-tailed deer beautifully mounted on driftwood. The dawning that a small boy dressed in camo owned the trophy took the noise level to an...
2015/03/04 18:51
2015/03/04 18:51
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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has changed the location for the District 2 Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament on March 14 to the Pitt County Wildlife Club, located at 3029 Hwy. 222 E....
2015/03/01 13:59
2015/03/01 13:59
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SNEADS FERRY | New River Inlet remains impassable for the fleets of Sneads Ferry shrimp trawlers and fishing boats. The dilemma makes Randy Millis sigh, but deepwater access is one of many problems...
2015/03/29 10:37
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