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COVID-19 continues to impact local area

The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is still a clear and present danger to Tyrrell County. Eight cases have been confirmed since the disease broke into its ... Read more

6 days ago by Ray McClees.

State furnishes current town and county utility bond payments

The North Carolina Department of Public Safety has sent checks to Columbia and Tyrrell County to offset their water and sewer bond payments due in ... Read more

6 days ago by Ray McClees.

Columbia aldermen raise utility rates 20.5%

The Columbia Board of Aldermen on June 29 adopted the town government’s 2021 budget, which, among other things, raises water and sewer rates by 20.5%. ... Read more

6 days ago by Ray McClees.

Thomas A. Markham, Jr. (Tommy)

Thomas Argustus Markham, Jr., 66, of Columbia, NC, passed away on Monday, June 29, 2020, at Vidant Chowan Hospital in Edenton, NC. Mr. Markham was ... Read more

6 days ago by Scuppernong Reminder.

Suzanne D. Willis

Suzanne Ruth Davis Willis, 71, of Columbia died, July 2, 2020 at Vidant Medical Center, Greenville. Suzanne was born in Springfield, Massachusetts on April 9, ... Read more

6 days ago by Scuppernong Reminder.

Dominion Energy and Duke Energy cancel the Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Dominion Energy and Duke Energy announced Sunday the cancelation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline (“ACP”) due to ongoing delays and increasing cost uncertainty which threaten ... Read more

6 days ago by Ray McClees.

Bring hope to mothers and babies in Hyde County

By Rhonda Ballance Client Services Advocate Hyde County Hotline We need your help assisting young mothers. The first weeks of a newborn’s life are the ... Read more

6 days ago by Scuppernong Reminder.

Tyrrell farmers can now apply online for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program help

By Wendy B. Modlin County Executive Director Washington and Tyrrell-Dare FSA Agricultural producers in North Carolina can now apply for USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program ... Read more

6 days ago by Scuppernong Reminder.

Slowing Down in Manns Harbor is for the Birds

MANNS HARBOR – The annual effort to protect the Outer Banks’ purple martin flock has begunt, as the N.C. Department of Transportation temporarily lowers dusk and dawn ... Read more

6 days ago by N.C. Department of Transportation.

N.C. Forest Service begins tree seedling sales

By Jim Slye  N.C. Forest Service The North Carolina Forest Service is now accepting tree seedling orders as part of its annual sale. Each year, ... Read more

6 days ago by Scuppernong Reminder.

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