For many, after a week off, “back in the saddle again”. Back to a normal routine.
Bladen County Commissioners meet at 6:30 p.m. for regular session and Elizabethtown City Council holds a work session at 12 noon and meets in regular session at 7 p.m.. Both are a week late due to July 4th holiday. The Bladenboro Town Council meets at 7 p.m. in regular session. All meetings are open to the public.
Think I used this recently, but worth repeating——-Most of us want mercy for ourselves, but justice for others.
Job market is as ‘tight’ as we have seen in a while. Maybe the perfect time to check with Bladen Community College about more education, maybe a technical skill.
Our statistician has been ‘out of place’ for a few days, but we have results of past couple of weeks for BladenOnline.
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9,673: Former Elizabethtown doctor arrested as part of opioid crackdown
2,703: Strong thunderstorms roll through Bladen, one house damaged
2,219: Tabor City doctor, Bladenboro resident arrested for “running pill mill”
2,023: Doctor and his girlfriend arrested for pill mill
1,970: County receives land from state for driver training facility
Fast forward to last week.
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8,226: Teacher pleads on sex act case
7,303: Breaking and entering suspects sought
5,530: Man robbed of wallet
2,710: Official says doctor and woman make millions on drugs
1,996 – Opinion – Help support local farmers this 4th of July
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