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Sunroofs, downpours and deus a machina

I have never been a big fan of having a sunroof in a vehicle. Call me old fashioned, but I think only the windows on…

Thoughts While Shaving

The 2016 Republican race for president is in full gear…..We watch the daily numbers of who is doing well, and who is not….Donald Trump holds on…

Thoughts While Shaving

As we approach the middle of August, temps are lower, high school fall sports practice will soon turn to real competition and time for another…

Thoughts While Shaving

I wish I enjoyed golfing….So many of my friends enjoy, but they have played for years and are good golfers.. The Bladen County Classic Car Club members put…

Thoughts While Shaving

If you missed the ‘Made in the Shade’ Classic Car and Truck show in Elizabethtown, you missed a treat…one of the largest display of cars…

Thoughts While Shaving

I have learned a few things in my lifetime….ex. nothing travels faster than gossip…. A person of one political persuasion believes just about every thing…

Thoughts While Shaving

And the rain came down….We are thankful for every drop….. I had an occasion to be on the road during the storm. The ditches were…

Thoughts While Shaving

One final reminder of the Bladen County Committee of 100 annual meeting and dinner beginning at 6:30 p.m. today.  The meeting will be held at…

I hate August

By: Jefferson Weaver As the next millionaire in North Carolina argued with the cashier about the price of lottery tickets, beer and discount cigarettes, I…

Thoughts While Shaving

DOT engineers Rusty Marsh and Ken Clark passed along info related to the opening of two new bridges in Tar Heel, one over the Cape…

Thoughts While Shaving

I received an email from a long time friend now living in the Wilmington area…Dan McLaurin….I know Dan as an athlete at White Oak High…

Thoughts While Shaving

I am glad I live in Bladen County….many of our folks struggle when the unexpected occurs….but in Bladen, more than likely friends and family are…

Team Work Cleans Up Bladen County

By: Charlotte Smith Sitting in court all day can be very boring, but when you are in Bladen County Superior Court watching the trial of…

A Cat’s Tale…….Who Owns Who?

By: Norgie Hester Growing up I owned a dog. I really never cared much for cats. That all changed when the wonderful lady I married…

Ranking of Presidents

A favorite pastime for many of us is to condemn/praise and compare presidents we know about, or think we know. Earlier this year, a couple…

Why the possum crossed the road

By: Jefferson Weaver The possum rubbed his eyes as he crawled out of the trashcan. He wondered if there was something wrong with his day-old…

Why I love the “Mother County”

From Bladen County baseball and softball teams showing their skills, to concerts, fun by the water, and great churches, Bladen County is always standing tall.…

You Decide: How Can a Business Stay Afloat?

By: Dr. Mike Walden North Carolina Cooperative Extension Operating a business is tough. Meeting payroll, hiring qualified workers, attracting buyers and complying with regulations are…

A thug is a thug

By: Jefferson Weaver The Oxford dictionary’s historical root version describes the word “thug” as a “member of a gang of murderers and robbers in India…

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