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We Southerners fry just about everything, so I guess that is why we are a little fat and purdy. If you live as long as this ol’ dude has, and it ain’t killed you yet, then don’t … more
With a few spring-like days recently, many of us will soon have spring fever and want to start working on our gardens and landscapes. One common question that comes to our office is, “Can I … more
Early growing up days were tough times. It was issue after issue after issue. Daily life for young’uns of my generation revolved around stumped toes, skinned knees and elbows, broken … more
March is Colon Cancer Awareness month. It’s an extremely deadly disease, if not caught early. And it took a very dear person away from me — my brother, Rocky. Back in the early … more
RALEIGH — If you think the cost of living is too low, I bear good tidings. The Biden administration and its allies in Congress, regulatory agencies, and state governments across the country are … more
March weather usually gives us a little taste of spring and gardens begin to come alive as we near April. Below are gardening tips for March: Lawn Avoid that urge to fertilize your warm-season … more
The historic train depot in Mount Olive was once positioned on Northwest Center Street — a fixture beside the historic Wilmington to Weldon Rail line. It was torched during the Civil War and … more
Family trips. I sure do miss them. When school dismissed for summer break, my family and I usually packed up the car and headed toward Atlantic Beach. We’d spend about a week soaking … more
RALEIGH — When it comes to giving out business incentives, you won’t find North Carolina at the top of the list. Don’t worry — that’s actually good news. Incentives … more
We are well into February and at a time when all of us have been pushed to the edge by the uncertainty of the weather. Of course, COVID has added to the misery of winter like never before, but the … more
Ever draw a blank on a thought? Form words in your head and they suddenly disappear? Welcome to my world. Columns aren’t usually this difficult to write. Pick a topic, speak your … more
As we continue our journey into a new year, it appears to be providing hope that last year surely damaged. We all agree with the new and out with the old. Even two well-known groundhogs, … more
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