04/20/2019
  • 11:35 am Updated news about Bladen County Election Investigations
  • 5:20 pm Track & Field: West Bladen Boys & Girls Second in TRC Meet
  • 5:09 pm Middle School Softball: Williams Township 14, Clarkton School of Discovery 10
  • 12:43 pm Track & Field: East Bladen Girls Second; Boys Third
  • 12:19 pm Elizabethtown Police need your help
  • 11:39 am Bladen County Headlines 35 Years Ago
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Bob Lewis, former East Bladen, Clinton, & Harrells Christian Academy football coach, was formally inducted into the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) Hall of Fame Saturday.  Bob won his first state championship with East Bladen High School in 1973.  He had his greatest success as the Clinton Dark Horses coach winning state championships in 1990, 1996, 1997 and 2001.  He coached Harrells Christian Academy to a state championship in 2005.  His teams compiled a record of 322-146-6.  The event was held in Cary.  Bob made brief stops in Whiteville and Pender High.  He was active in the North Carolina Coaches Association and was Head Coach of the 1999 Shrine Bowl team.
A reminder of the celebration at 3 PM today of the Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church male chorus, at the church on NC 242 south of Elizabethtown.  The chorus has been singing for 48 years.  Other musical groups will be performing.  All are welcomed.
Bladen County Commissioners met Monday, 6:30 PM.  Open to the public
The Bladen We Care Golf Tournament is set for Thursday, April 25th at The Vineyard Golf Course, White Lake.  Early response has been very good.
Dawn Maynard, Chamber Director has announced the dates and entertainers for this years Sunset Jams Concert Series.  The first features Cool Heat, July 11 at Cape Fear Farmer’s Market from 6 – 9 PM.  Questions should be directed to Dawn, her office number is 910-862-4368 and the email address is tourism28337@embarqmail.com.
Talk is cheap, until you hire an attorney.
Out of my mind, back in 5 minutes.
I started with nothing and still have most of it.
Ever stop to think, and forget to start again?
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