07/16/2019
  • 9:04 am Update: Four-month old kidnapped by mentally unstable mother, Juanita Askew
  • 6:59 am NC Dixie Boys Baseball State Tournament: Bladen County 16, North Granville 10
  • 6:50 am NC Dixie Boys Baseball State Tournament: Bladen County 19, Brunswick National 3
  • 6:43 am Thoughts While Shaving for July 16
  • 11:31 pm 4-Month-Old Girl Abducted From Bladen County Day Care, Mother Sought
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In about 48 hours, rainfall amounts totaled over 5 inches early in the month. Cry Out America held their annual event on the steps of the courthouse. Bladen Baptist held ‘See you at the Pole Rally’s’ at local schools Four people were arrested and charged with operating a meth lab in a residence at 7982 […]

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National Weather Service

Overview….Patchy light drizzle has developed over portions of southeast NC this morning.  This precipitation is falling into a sub-freezing air-mass and will result in some freezing drizzle. Timing: Any light precipitation will exit the area by 10 a.m. this morning. Impacts:  A few areas with travel problems the morning commute across portions of Bladen, Robeson, western […]

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Zane Hamilton Singletary of Bladenboro elected President of the Freshman Class at Campbell University. Ray Allen, President of Bladen County Farm Bureau Federation, presented members of Boost the ‘Boro Farmers Market two outdoor benches made by West Bladen High School on behalf of Farm Bureau. Clarkton Dixie Youth supporters seek individuals interested in joining their […]

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I am a huge fan of southern gospel music….The song….not sure it is the title of not…”Loving God, loving each other” by the Gaither Vocal Band…keeps “bouncing” around in my head… Along that same line of thinking…think of folks always doing good deeds…kinda like making deposits in the bank….Hoping they will never be needed, but […]

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David Rouser

Congressman David Rouzer released to the following statement today after the House passed H.R. 3, the Keystone XL Pipeline Act by a vote of 266 to 153. “I applaud the House for approving the construction of the Keystone Pipeline with sweeping bipartisan support. This is a common sense bill that will create much needed jobs […]

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Bike Path2

The advantages of having more areas to bike safely are numerous.  Showing how many advantages bike paths would bring to our area will greatly increase our funding opportunities. Therefore, the Town of Elizabethtown has formed a collaboration to help get the ball rolling on planning for more places for bicycling. The Kick-Off Bike Plan meeting for […]

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Clarkton School of Discovery

Elizabethtown, NC – In our first article of this series we introduced you to some of the good things happening at Bladen Lakes Primary, Bladenboro Middle, and Elizabethtown Primary. We also briefly talked about the importance of having good schools and how we need your help in assessing our schools.  We directed you to our […]

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Giving a heartfelt presentation, Sheriff Jim McVicker, explains how “your” Sheriff’s Department is making a difference.  The Elizabethtown Rotary Club’s speaker took the time to discuss the new philosophy behind the Sheriff’s Department. The newly elected Sheriff started with, “I’m your Sheriff and I have the honor of working with your Sheriff’s Department.  I’m just […]

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Elizabethtown, NC – During the December Board of Education board meeting, board members recognizned students that had recently earned their ServSafe certification. ServSafe is a program that the National Restaurant Association has available to help restaurants and the food service industry train employees how to safely handle foods,  prepare foods to the adequate internal temperature, […]

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National Weather Service

National Weather Service Today – Mostly cloudy, with a high near 47. West wind 7 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 16 mph. Tonight – Partly cloudy, with a low around 27. North wind 6 to 13 mph. Saturday – Sunny, with a high near 43. North wind 10 to 14 mph. Saturday […]

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Elizabethtown, NC – During the December Board of Education meeting, board members recognized student teams from East Bladen and West Bladen High schools that recently competed in the Regional District IV HOSA competition. Both high schools bringing home several top awards. The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care […]

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Bladen County Commissioners will hold two (2) Special Meetings in coming days. One is scheduled for Tuesday, January, 20, 2015 at 6:10 p.m.  The purpose of the meeting is regarding an appeal of a motor vehicle tax value. The second Special Meeting is planned for Friday, January 23 at 8:30 a.m.  The purpose of the meeting […]

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North Carolina Department of Transportation

RALEIGH – To increase safety for motorists in Bladen County, the N.C. Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to upgrade the intersection at N.C. 87 and U.S. 701 near Elizabethtown from an intersection with a traffic light to an interchange. Just down the road from Elizabethtown Middle School, the U.S. 701 and N.C. 87 Bypass currently sees […]

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Jon David

District Attorney Jon David was sworn into office as District Attorney for Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus Counties for another four year term.  Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Douglas Sasser administered the oath during a private ceremony held on January 4, 2015, in Delco, NC.  Mr. David is seen in the photograph with Judge Sasser, and […]

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As the turning of the seasons brings colder weather to North Carolina, and families close windows to keep warm, it is an excellent time to make plans for radon testing in your home. Radon is the odorless, colorless gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. The effects upon […]

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A two vehicle wreck Thursday at the intersection of NC 41 and NC 210 in eastern Bladen County forced traffic to be re-routed for several hours. There were no injuries or fatalities. Details were not immediately available.     Share:

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Lake Shore Riding & Cycling Club

A member of the Lake Shore Riders Cycling Club was killed this week after being struck by a car on Tuesday.  The 61 year old, Jeff Cushing of Lumberton, was riding his bicycle and was struck by a vehicle and killed. According to reports no one in the vehicle was injured and a charge of misdemeanor death by […]

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The Monday meetings of the Bladen County Board of Commissioners and Elizabethtown City Council were news worthy for sure…..BladenOnline was there to cover it all…. The purchase of a new fire truck, approval of a Special Use Permit for a new Bladen County courthouse, a Special Use Permit for Taylor MFG and a visit from the […]

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Elizabethtown, NC – Have you thanked a school board member lately? School board members exemplify local citizen control and decision making in education. They volunteer hundreds of hours and an immeasurable amount of energy to assure that our schools are providing the best education possible for the children of our community. That is why we are taking this opportunity to recognize them […]

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A chicken processing company is coming to Bladenboro. Bladen County Economic Development Director Chuck Heustess ask commissioners to re-direct Community Development Block Grant Funding to the new plant. Another prospect had committed to the Bladenboro site but had to withdraw due to unforeseen problems. A formal announcement will be made in the near future, but Heustess said […]

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National Weather Service Today – Sunny, with a high near 60. Light and variable wind becoming west 9 to 14 mph in the morning. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph. Tonight – Mostly clear, with a low around 34. Northwest wind around 7 mph. Wednesday – Partly sunny, with a high near 49. […]

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A jail committee was named Monday night to oversee early stages of the construction of a new Bladen County jail. Chairman Charles Ray Peterson appointed one commissioner from each district and one at large commissioner to the initial committee. Arthur Bullock was named from District 1, Peterson is the District 2 representative, Russell Priest from […]

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Good morning! 3 things to know for Tuesday, January 6 1. The North Carolina Resources Commission will hold the first of several public hearings across the state tonight at Bladen Community College. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Among the items to be discussed is the use of hunting dogs on portions of the Bladen […]

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Capt. Jeff Singletary & Jim McVicker

Bladen County commissioners held their first meeting in the new year Monday evening Capt. Jeff Singletary and Sheriff Jim McVicker requested approval to declare certain property surplus. Singletary and McVicker were asking for authority to trade in weapons currently being used by the department and deal with a dealer who has a contract with the state to secure new weapons. The […]

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Bladen County commissioners recognized 4 employees who recently retired from their county positions. Connie Hyatt retired after serving over 9 years, most recently in the Bladen County Library.  County Manager Greg Martin expressed appreciation on behalf of the county for her years of service. Madison K. (Matt) Dennis (R) retired from the Bladen County Sheriff’s […]

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Nick West

Nick West, Elizabethtown Fire Chief met with town commissioners at noontime Monday and discussed the purchase of a new fire truck and the long range plans for updating other vehicles. West explained that the new truck would provide 20 years of service to the Town of Elizabethown and the fire district around the town. The […]

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Emergency services staff at Southeastern Health’s Southeastern Regional Medical Center are urging the public to visit their family physicians or use local clinics for all health conditions not requiring emergency care.  Currently all staffed beds at Southeastern Regional Medical Center are occupied and patients seeking admission are facing delays. “We are seeing a very large […]

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Cameron Lewis

God calls upon his followers to help spread his message, asking people to reach out to share the gospel with those not attending church.  <–Kelly and Noah inside a village in Uganda. For Kelly and Cameron Lewis, it was definitely a long-distance call. The couple, along with their three children, Noah, 9, Anna, 7, and […]

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Bladen County Sheriff's Department

The following arrests were filed by the Bladen County Sheriff’s Department from Monday, Dec. 22 through Sunday, Dec. 28. The people listed have not been convicted of the charges and are presumed innocent. Failure to appear charges are not listed. Monday, Dec. 22 John Moyer Davis, 19: Assault with a deadly weapon (misdemeanor) Daniel Vincent […]

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Sandra Cain

Make Healthful Eating a Resolution in 2015 – Sandra Cain Each New Year, millions of people make resolutions to eat more healthy foods, lose weight and be more active.  Many times, people try to make drastic changes that are difficult to sustain for a long period of time. When it comes to eating more healthfully, […]

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The North Carolina Resources Commission will hold the first of several public hearings across the state on Tuesday evening, January 6, at Bladen Community College.  The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Among the items to be discussed is the use of hunting dogs on portions of the Bladen Lakes State Forest Game Land.  In recent years, dogs have […]

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Cape Fear Parrot Sanctuary

Polly Wants a Cracker, but Charlie Wants to Paint Bladen County native, Alan Smith and his partner, Ces Erdman, would like to draw your attention to the Cape Fear Parrot Sanctuary that is blossoming in Pink Hill, NC. Erdman, who is the Director of the Sanctuary, rescues, rehabilitates, and cares for parrots that are unwanted, […]

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Dr. Mike Walden North Carolina Cooperative Extension My wife recently bought a new car. Well, not exactly “new new,” but “newly used.”  Some experts say this is the best way to purchase vehicles because you get an almost-new car without paying for the excessive depreciation that occurs when a brand-new car is driven off the […]

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About 30 people took a plunge into White Lake at noon Thursday in the third annual Camp Clearwater Polar Plunge. Others watched from the pier and shoreline as participants ran into 42-degree water, then dived under the water before returning to shore. The event began in 2013 when former Army soldier Ray Goodin challenged ex-Marine […]

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The Women’s Services Department at Bladen County Hospital would like to thank Ms. D. Nancy Wallace for providing baby blankets to newborns.  She is a retired OB Nurse and mother of Dr. Kathleen Heer,  OBGYN. Ms. Wallace lives in North Huntington PA near Pittsburg. She makes blankets for the babies at Bladen County Hospital.  She has […]

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Festival of Lights at Lu Mill draws a crowd. Security upgraded at Bladen County Courthouse. Bladen Community College celebrates 30 years of small business support. Panel of three Superior Court Judges will decide if Joseph Sledge is freed or remains an inmate in North Carolina Department of Corrections. Newly elected local office holders are sworn […]

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Bladen County native Isaac McNeill was elected to the office of Municipal Court Judge in Teaneck, New Jersey. Bladen Journal Editor Dewey Bruce resigns. Representative Ron Taylor announced that he would run for his third term in the North Carolina House of Representatives. James Moore, Bladen County Electrical Inspector since December 3, 1946, announced his […]

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McDuffie Pest Control

This year, McDuffie Pest Control marks a milestone as they celebrate 50 years in the pest control business. Over the past five decades, the McDuffie family has gone that extra mile to demonstrate professionalism with knowledgeable technicians providing reliable and affordable services. Mr. Walter McDuffie started his business in 1964, with one part time employee, who is still on the team […]

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Eleven years ago, Carey Cox packed her belongings and drove 600 miles for a job that paid nothing. Carey Cox, center, celebrates with coworkers in 2011 after Tampa Bay clinched a playoff berth by winning the final game of the regular season. Today, the former Clarkton resident is still working with that organization, and, yes, […]

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Bladen Community College Early Registration

Jack McDuffie As the winter break holidays begin, registration for the Spring 2015 semester is drawing near at Bladen Community College.  The final registration period for the upcoming semester is slated for Monday and Tuesday, January 5 & 6.   Registration times are 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. and 4 – 7 p.m. Students wishing to […]

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The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission will hold a public hearing Jan. 6 at Bladen Community College on proposed changes to the state’s wildlife management, game lands and fishing regulations for the 2015-16 seasons. It will be the first of nine hearings throughout the state. Among the wildlife management-related proposed changes are temporary rules regulating […]

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Churches in Bladen County – Click HERE To View Church Listings How many churches are there in Bladen County? How many adherents (supporters or followers)? and what denominations are represented in the county? According to a website, The Association of Religious Data Archives that was completed in 2010 there are 120 congregations listed in Bladen […]

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Follow @BladenOnline on Twitter Bladen Online has joined Twitter, the online social networking site that helps people stay informed with Tweets of up to 140 characters. Follow us at http://twitter.com/BladenOnline or @BladenOnline when logged in to your Twitter account. Click HERE to “Like” Bladen Online on Facebook. Share:

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BladenOnline.com

By: Charlotte Smith     December was a very busy month for all!  All the holiday festivities have come to an end and normal schedules are back under way.   The past year has been a year to remember.   We had an average of 3,400 unique visitors each month and an average of 185,500 page views each […]

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Elizabethtown, NC – Greg Conner, RF, CF, ACF and Bill Holmes, RF, ACF, of WoodsRun Consulting Forestry have recently opened an office at 2220 Peanut Plant Road in Elizabethtown, to assist local land owners in the management of their timber assets. Forest management is the science and art of managing the land and trees in your forest […]

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Elizabethtown, NC – Have you thanked a school board member lately? School board members exemplify local citizen control and decision making in education. They volunteer hundreds of hours and an immeasurable amount of energy to assure that our schools are providing the best education possible for the children of our community. That is why we are taking this opportunity to recognize them […]

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National Weather Service

Bladen County Weather National Weather Service Today – Sunny, with a high near 65. Southwest wind 6 to 10 mph. Tonight – Clear, with a low around 47. Southwest wind around 8 mph. Monday – Sunny, with a high near 68. Southwest wind 6 to 8 mph. Monday Night – Partly cloudy, with a low […]

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This Day in History – January 6 1857—Florida troops seize Federal arsenal at Apalachicola. 1893—The Washington National Cathedral is chartered by Congress.  The charter is signed by President Benjamin Harrison. 1912—New Mexico becomes 47th state. 1914—Stock brokerage firm of Merrill Lynch founded. 1927—US marines sent to Nicaragua. 1929—Mother Teresa arrives in Calcutta to begin her […]

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55 year old Daisy Smith of Clarkton was critically injured in a Monday afternoon wreck on US 701 near Western Prong community and died Tuesday afternoon in New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington. Smith was reportedly trapped in a 2004 Ford Taurus for about 30 minutes.  The wreck occurred about 1 p.m. Monday near at […]

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Cape Fear Valley Medical

Winter Weather Preparedness Week: Alternate heat source important, emergency director says The frigid temperatures in Bladen County earlier this month served as a warning that winter is coming. The coldest season of the year officially begins at 6:03 p.m. on Dec. 21. Bradley Kinlaw, who is the director of Bladen County Emergency Services, says now […]

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Sandra Cain

For Better Living Sandra Cain   Safe Handling of Wild Game After the big hunt, hunters are eager to prepare the meat for a meal. Most game meats are low in fat compared to domestic animals.  The care of any wild game begins with planning prior to the hunt. Game must be cooled as soon […]

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Bladen County Commissioners meet Monday, 6:30 p.m. in the courthouse.  Following the approval of minutes from recent meetings commissioner Mark Gillespie will officially leave the board and Arthur Bullock will join two incumbents who were recently re-elected for 4 more years.  They are Charles Ray Peterson and Russell Priest.  Peterson is a District 2 commissioner and […]

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Black Friday is the day following Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November), often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In recent years, most major retailers have opened very early and offered promotional sales to kick off the holiday shopping season, similar to Boxing Day sales in many […]

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Elizabethtown Town Commissioners meet Monday for their regular monthly meeting.. The board will receive the annual audit report from Bryon Scott, CPA. Commissioners are expected to approve a Resolution of Appreciation for Charles Cain. Another item to be discussed is a request that declares a Fire Department vehicle as surplus and authorize Chief West to […]

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On Thursday, November 20th, 2014 Elizabethtown Christian Academy held its Third Annual Thanksgiving Feast. Students from each class selected the role of an Indian or Pilgrim and made a gift to exchange. After a time of welcoming and exchanging gifts, students, parents, and friends enjoyed the feast of turkey and all the trimmings. Each year […]

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The schedule for the January 2015 Public Hearings for proposed changed in Wildlife and Fisheries Management Rules has been released and the first of nine meetings will be held at Bladen County College on Tuesday, January 6, 2015.  The meetings are open to the public. Meetings will be held statewide and all begin at 7 p.m. […]

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RALEIGH, N.C. (Nov. 24, 2014) — After conducting a series of public meetings to gather input on developing management plans for game lands across the state, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has posted draft plans for seven game lands on its website for additional public comment. The Commission is accepting comments through Jan. 16 for […]

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Release date: 11/26/2014 AG Cooper encourages shoppers to avoid common problems Raleigh: With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season upon us, Attorney General Roy Cooper offered the following tips to help consumers avoid common shopping problems that come up around this time of year. “Giving gifts to others is a huge part of […]

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Hospice offers free health directives clinicsLower Cape Fear Hospice will host a free Begin the Conversation clinic from 10-11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, at its Bladen County office, 116 W. Broad St. in ElizabethtownClinics will be from 10-11 a.m. the first Thursday of each month. These sessions, which are free to everyone in all stages […]

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The North Carolina Division of School Financing urges consolidation of schools in Bladen County. Their suggestion was to combine Clarkton, East Arcadia and Elizabethtown into one school and combine Bladenboro and Tar Heel into one school. Canady Jewelers was burglarized and lost $50,000 in merchandise. Harold Marlowe was named President of Pioneer Savings and Loan. […]

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A Special Meeting of the Bladenboro Board of Commissioners has been called for Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at 7  p.m. at Town Hall. Purpose of the meeting is to discuss personnel, consideration of Chief Hunt’s recommendation and to deal with a budget amendment for McLean Park. As usual, the meeting is open to the public. Share:

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By Jefferson Weaver Staff Writer Between rising waterfowl populations, the Polar Vortex driving ducks south sooner, and popular TV shows, waterfowl hunting is more popular than ever this year. The Wildlife Resources Commission wants duck hunters to enjoy the good shooting currently under way, but to keep the season safe, too. This year’s Home From […]

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Elizabethtown Christmas Parade, Small Business Saturday highlight first holiday weekend The Christmas season begins this weekend in Elizabethtown. Saturday, downtown stores will have holiday sales in conjunction with Small Business Saturday. Sunday, the Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Elizabethtown-White Lake Chamber of Commerce, will take place. It’s scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. “It’s a […]

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The family and friends of the late Mike Merritt excelled again this year in their drive to raise funds for the Mike W. Merritt Endowed Scholarship, a scholarship managed by the Bladen Community College Foundation and presented to students attending the college.  The group raises funds for the scholarship with an annual motorcycle (and car) […]

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“Bear stamp” causing some confusion among bruin hunters. By Jefferson Weaver Staff Writer North Carolina’s new bear stamp will never be sought after like its waterfowling cousin – because the stamp only exists in cyberspace. The bear E-stamp is an endorsement on hunting licenses, and required for hunting bears in North Carolina this year for […]

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RALEIGH – Over the next few weeks, North Carolina families will visit choose-and-cut farms, tree lots, farmers markets and shopping centers in search of the perfect fresh Christmas tree for their holiday decorations. It’s important to know how to care for the tree once you get it home. “For many families, choosing the perfect Christmas […]

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9th Grade Honor Roll The Superintendent’s List Jacob Barber, Lataiya Daniels, Dawson Jessup “A” Honor Roll Ayanna Avery, Nicholas Lee Dove, Tyler Ezzell, Andrew Gill, Faith Johnson, Tyler Lloyd, Dylan Melvin, Blair Potter “A/B” Honor Roll Summer Ackiss, Ashley Aguilar, Tiara Allen, Josue Arteaga, Isavier Blake, Abigail Bright, Shar’Dajah Brown, Hannah DeVane, Jaquandra Faulk, Rachel […]

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Members of Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church delivered fifty-six (56) food baskets Monday to families throughout Bladen County just in time for Thanksgiving.  The baskets contained all the trimmings for a wholesome meal, desserts and a turkey. Previously on Saturday, November 22, the Branch food pantry, “From His table to Yours” provided food items to forty […]

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Faye-Sykes

Faye Sykes has spent the past 37 years listening to the trains rumble through downtown Bladenboro, and once helped chase a chaos-causing squirrel out of Bridger Memorial Library. Along the way, she’s made hundreds of friends and helped people find what they need. When Bladenboro’s branch of the Bladen County Public Library system closes Wednesday, […]

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Raleigh, N.C. – Governor Pat McCrory has declared November 30 through December 6 as Winter Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina. He urged all residents to update their emergency plans and stock their emergency supplies kits. read more here     Share:

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Joe & Ginger Tatum

Congratulations are in order for Tatum Realty and Property Management Services! The owners recently opened an office in downtown Elizabethtown.  The husband and wife team of Joe and Ginger Tatum started their real estate business shortly after being married in 1993.  Their roots are here, as Ginger grew up in the area and met Joe in high […]

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One of two men charged in the shooting death of Jerome Melvin was arrested Monday morning in Clarkton, according to the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office. Ernest Raysean Gray, 23, of Clarkton, (pictured left) was taken into custody on a first-degree murder charge after being captured without incident on Edgewood Street in Clarkton, said the Sheriff’s […]

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ORLANDO, FL (November 18th, 2014) Boating Industry announced the 10th annual list of Top 100 dealers at a black tie gala Wednesday in Orlando. White Lake Marine was selected as a Top 100 dealer for the 2nd year in a row. “We are honored to be in this select group of dealers”, said Dianne deAndrade […]

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NCDA&CS urges shoppers to keep watch to make sure you are getting the right price at the register RALEIGH – As retail stores gear up for the busy holiday season, the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services urges shoppers to pay attention at the register to make sure sale items are ringing up at […]

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Bladen County Commissioners receive a monthly financial report from every department. The latest report was for the first 4 months (one third) of this fiscal year. 33.94% of all revenues have been collected. Checking more closely:  50.93%, or $9,961,746 of Ad Valorem Property Taxes had been collected as of October 31. That is about $750,000 less than the […]

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A pathologist hired by the North Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People on Friday questioned how the body of Bladenboro teenager Lennon Lacy was handled after he was founding hanging from a swing set near his home on the morning of Aug. 29. Dr. Christina Roberts, who works for C.J. Consulting of […]

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The Bladenboro Police Department’s annual Christmas for Kids outreach is planned for Dec. 9, and Chief Chris Hunt is seeking donations to help needy children at Bladenboro Primary School have gifts for Christmas. “We’re asking everyone who plans to donate to do so before Dec. 9,” Hunt said. “It’s a really neat thing. If people […]

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The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Home From The Hunt campaign reminds everyone who is hunting during the holiday season to make safety the top priority. “Thanksgiving and Christmas are traditional times for family and friends to go hunting,” said Travis Casper, the state hunter education coordinator with the Wildlife Commission. “In the excitement of a […]

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RALEIGH — The state’s seasonally adjusted October unemployment rate was 6.3 percent, decreasing 0.4 of a percentage point from September’s revised rate of 6.7 percent.  The national rate decreased 0.1 of a percentage point to 5.8 percent. North Carolina’s October 2014 unemployment rate was 1.2 percentage points lower than a year ago.  The number of […]

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Beginning with the American pilgrims, Thanksgiving has always focused on celebrating the harvest and abundance of food we are able to share with our family and neighbors. The week leading into Thanksgiving is designated as National Farm-City Week and recognized due to the impact that agriculture has on our daily lives.  Agriculture is tied to […]

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DUBLIN, NC –Our team has assembled the most enchanting display of Christmas lights ever. With over one half million lights this year, it is more spectacular than ever. There are many enormous figurines and this year the huge display of the twelve days of Christmas stretches nearly the length of two football fields. There are […]

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Raleigh, N.C. – The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has announced that the state’s Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) will be accepting applications beginning Dec. 1, 2014. LIEAP is a federally-funded program that provides a one-time vendor payment to help eligible households pay their heating bills during the cold-weather months. Citizens […]

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BladenOnline & CAB Marketing Open Downtown Office   BladenOnline & CAB Marketing have a new office in downtown Elizabethtown.  The address is 113 West Broad Street.  The office will be open for appointments only for a few weeks, then open with regular business hours during the summer months..   For an appointment, call Charlotte Smith […]

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