2019 is underway and so much going on today, this week and beyond.
Friday was a huge day on the stock market, will it continue?
NFL football playoffs underway with a couple of interesting games Saturday and Sunday, especially the Eagles vs Bears. Bears missed a field goal at the end of the game…and are out. Playoffs resume this weekend.
In the meantime, the NCAA will crown a champion tonight. Alabama will attempt to stay at the top of the list, Clemson will be trying to de-throne them, again. Should be a great game, being played in California. Game time is 8 p.m. local time and televised on ESPN.
Bladen County Commissioners meet today in regular session, 6:30 p.m. The meeting is held in the courthouse and is open to the public.
Property taxes, due September, 2018, must be paid by closing time today (Monday) or a penalty will be added. No complaining, been due better part of 4 months…(N.C. law)…
US National Debt Clock is running wide-open. Early this AM, it was $25,191,875,500,000, or $80,917 per citizen or $139,177 per taxpayer and growing.
Apparently, no real progress between our distinguished leaders in DC on re-opening all departments of the federal government…Think all paychecks should cease, all or none, all on the same team…..including lawmakers and administration, anyone that receives a federal paycheck…Those that do the ‘heavy lifting’ are not receiving one…why should anyone else.
BladenOnline still adjusting to new system, still not sure of numbers, but working on it….Running a week late.
Most Read Stories for week of Dec. 23-29:
1,425: New business open in Elizabethtown
1,362: Bladen County election investigation links
1,201: Two Bladen residents to have court cases heard in January
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One more thought, Star Telephone is teaming with Foundation for Rural Service to offer scholarships to High School Seniors. Details on Star TMC Home Page.
Happiness, like unhappiness, is a proactive choice. Stephen R. Covey
Everything’s a choice. Nobody is born good. Nobody’s born evil. It’s always a choice. Tom Hiddleston
Human kindness has never weakened the stamina or softened the fiber of a free people. A nation does not have to be cruel to be tough. Franklin D. Roosevelt
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