Congratulations to Ms. Vertis McKoy of Clarkton … recently purchased a $10 scratch-off and won $2 million … Won $2 million but cashed-out and was paid $849,006. Doesn’t seem right … But, bet there are many folks who would love to take home that kind of cash…
NC Grape Festival at Lu Mil Saturday, October 9 … Bring the entire family … register for a Cornhole Tournament … stomp the grapes and enjoy the music of The Generation from 10 to 5 … Good to resume this year after cancelling last year due to COVID-19 … Lu Mil Vineyard is near Dublin…
Stock market dropped out of sight early yesterday, finally turned around and ended up … Important for all.
My neighbor for over 55 years is selling out and moving on … Roy Howell has decided to sell … Big auction sale Saturday … Look for the signs on Happy Valley Road. We wish him well … Is and has been a good neighbor…
Trinity UMC is sponsoring a fish fry today … Many look forward to this annual event … located on West Broad Street … The Annual event from 4 to 7 p.m. TODAY … mmmm delicious … $8 per take-out plate … You are invited.
Latest COVID-19 update from Bladen County Health Department … As of yesterday … October 6, 2021. 93 deaths … 9 are currently hospitalized … There have been 5,339 positive cases in Bladen County … 5,147 have recovered … Over 1.4 million positive cases in the state of North Carolina … 16,945 dead and another 2,586 are currently hospitalized. Call it what you want to, but speak to a survivor or someone who lost a family member or a friend … It’s a killer … Vaccinations are free … Call the Bladen County Health Department or Bladen County hospital for an appointment.
“It’s clear that there’s a lot of human wood out there for this coronavirus forest fire to burn.” The Hill, Sept. 16, 2021.
“What this (COVID) virus has continued to demonstrate is its ability to find people who are not vaccinated.” Star Tribune, Sep. 28, 2021.
“These (COVID) vaccines are safer than aspirin … Vaccines still remain the number one, two, three, four and five tool to stop this pandemic.” St. Peter Herald
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