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The pleasure is mine to live on one of the few dirt roads still left in the county, or elsewhere in Eastern North Carolina. I certainly do not want to leave the impression of being against … more
GUEST EDITORIAL Our lawmakers are developing some of the bad habits of their cohorts in Washington. This would make amusing theater — at least, for folks who find the impeachment hearings … more
Ornamental grasses are sometimes overlooked as plants that can add interest to a landscape, but the foliage and flower plumes they produce will add a pop. Most ornamental grasses have arching foliage … more
There is an air of excitement in Mount Olive, and it is much more than the arrival of the holiday season. Foremost, of course, is the real kickoff of the holiday season with the Dec. 6 annual tree … more
Ol’ Man Winter came a little earlier this year when he roared in like a young man last week with his emphatic announcement — “I am here!” He arrived with full bag — a little frost, a … more
For many people in our area, the first fall frost of the season usually means that it is time to include collards with our fall meals. There is something about that first frost that people say makes … more
The frequent sounds of gunshots. Physical or sexual abuse by a parent or close relative. Watching a family member shoot up heroin. The anxiety of worrying about mom or dad in prison. Sadly, children … more
Now is the time to start planning for next year’s garden. The first step in those plans should include getting a soil test now so that you can have your soil prepared and amended by the time spring … more
That was quite a song the fat lady sang this time. When all the music stopped the fat lady said we will see a changing of the guard next month. Mayor-elect Kenny Talton will be sworn in at the … more
Last season was a very exciting time for the schools in the Tribune area, well at least for the most part. Of course there were teams that sat at the bottom of the conference, but we also got to see … more
November is now upon us which means soon our minds may be more on preparing for the holiday season, but there are still things that can be done in the garden this time of year. Below are gardening … more
The people of Mount Olive have truly been blessed with the approval of a $5.5 million grant in disaster recovery funds to fix and upgrade its ailing wastewater treatment plant. We are looking at … more
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