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Write Again…With a very grateful heart

“Brightly beams our Father’s mercy, From His lighthouse evermore; But to us He gives the keeping of the ...

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Marriages Sept. 18-24, 2022

The following people were married in Beaufort County from September 18-24, 2022 September 18 Gina Marie Taylor and ...

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Unveiling Washington’s newest marker to a stair-climbing horse

The City of Washington, the Brown Library and the Washington Waterfront Underground Railroad Museum would be delighted to ...

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A surprise party evoked memories of my letter jacket

Deedee Hagner had a surprise birthday party for her dad, Dink Mills in Williamston on September 18th. Coach ...

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Fall festival celebrates evidence of the Lord’s bounty

By Alan Neale In a few days, I celebrate my first anniversary serving as Minister to Zion Episcopal ...

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Mums are a sure sign of fall

My youngest daughter, Willa Grace (6), asked me what my favorite season is this week. I really had ...

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Write Again… Who was this special man?

Herbert Covington Bonner. Some of us remember him. Some of us even knew him. Most people today, however, ...

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Hardee’s had to do when Mrs. Carver’s was closed

My good friend, Dee Congleton, gave me the recipe for Mrs. Carver’s chili. Dee said that I write ...

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Our town through the eyes of visitors

Pirate football season at East Carolina University is a wonderful time for the Washington Waterfront Underground Railroad Museum.  ...

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Our native grape: tips on growing and cultivating Muscadines

There are few rural residential properties across the Southeast that do not have a grapevine growing somewhere. Be ...

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