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Friday, November 13, 2009

Gators face No. 1-ranked Dixon

SEVEN SPRINGS -- The Spring Creek men's soccer team is going where no Wayne County team has gone before -- to the eastern regional championship game. The No. 2-ranked Gators achieved the historical moment with a 1-0 victory over No....

N.C. fishing report

Northern Region Ocean: Offshore anglers had good results with plenty of yellow and blackfin tuna hitting the docks this week. They also landed wahoo, king mackerel, dolphin, little tunny, black seabass and blueline tilefish. Fishermen using Hatteras marinas caught Vermillion...

Pro-active Council seeks solutions

MOREHEAD CITY -- With every door that closes a window opens. After the closure of several fisheries during the fall, the South Atlantic Fisheries Management Council is taking a pro-active approach to finding solutions for the states many aquatic issues....

Archer's book bares all about big game

Many hunters' dreams are filled with far-off destinations for taking part in that one, ultimate hunt. But Dennis Dunn lived those dreams, taking all 29 species of North American big game. While others can claim the same achievement, Dunn is...

Steadily-improving Trojans continue program's growth

Each season the Mount Olive College women's basketball team gets a little bit better. The program's growth is a direct reflection of head coach Wendy Lee's winning mentality. On the heels of the program's most-successful season since joining the NCAA...

Opinion -- Higginbotham becomes student again

The gesture was small but the message was clear. Moments before tip-off of last week's annual Green-White scrimmage Mount Olive head men's basketball coach Joey Higginbotham marched into Kornegay Arena dressed as a Kornegay Krazie. The idea to paint his...