Lowe's "Be a Hero" volunteers planted flowers and built shelters at Boys & Girls Homes Thursday morning.

Brian Long, missing at Lake Waccamaw Wednesday, reunites with his mother.

A helicopter flies overhead searching for a missing hunter Wednesday.

Emergency Mgt. Director Kay Worley gets word that the missing man near Big Creek has been found. See story.

Fire, rescue and park officials wait for word on a man missing in Friar Swamp Wednesday.

Fish get breaded at the Shriner's fish fry last week.

The fish is deep-fried and ready to serve.

Shriners plate the fish along with hushpuppies and coleslaw.

The new and reigning royalty are recognized at the Waccamaw Siouan Pow Wow Saturday.

Dancers enjoy the opening ceremony.

Some young dancing Siouan take part.

The outfits are Siouan tradition.

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Early voting off to brisk start

Jefferson Weaver I 14 hours ago

More than 420 people cast ballots by 4 p.m. Thursday during the start of the ....[read more]
Update: Missing man found

Bob High I 2 days ago

Cheerful Hope celebrates 175 Sunday

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Oct
DIANA LYNN GRAHAM

Laurie Roy I 16 hours ago

CLARENDON — Diana Lynn Graham, 56, died Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 in McLeod Loris Hospital. ....[read more]
JOHN KENNETH WEST SR.

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DOLORES ANN PURDIE

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JACK BENSON JERNIGAN

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WILLIAM JASPER LEWIS

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This Just In
  • You can vote, starting today!
  • The missing hunter near Big Creek has been found at app. 3:30.
  • Hwy 701 N in Whiteville to the Bladen County line is very slow due to road construction.
  • Darren Currie is Whiteville's new city manager. He resigned his manager's post at Lake Waccamaw Tuesday night.
  • Iconic retired Whiteville physician Dr. John Munroe died this morning (Saturday) after a brief illness.
  • Jimmy Kirk stopped by today to pick up the Col. Co. Fair section from Thursday's paper. Did you get your copy?
  • Horry County, SC Council follows Columbus Commissioners' lead & approves $1.8 million in railroad economic development incentives.
  • Columbus commissioners commit $1.8 million over 10 years to help restore rail service here.
  • More information on wreck at Hwy 74 and NC 1001 on as details become available.
  • West bound traffic on 74 at 1001 being diverted through Hallsboro on Sam Potts Hwy until wreck is cleared
  • Eastbound 74 at NC 1001 at wreck site is open
  • Wreck on west bound 74 at NC 1001 causing delay
  • Phillip Cumbee sentenced to 64-87 months for voluntary manslaughter of his wife, Angie, on Aug 7, 2000. She was killed with a pistol.
  • John Phillip Cumbee found guilty of voluntary manslaughter. Sentencing after brief recess.
  • The jury in the murder trial of Phillip Cumbee has taken a break for lunch after thirty minutes of deliberation. Trial resumes at 2:00 p.m.
  • The WHS home football game against St. Pauls tomorrow night has been moved to 6:30 due to threat of bad weather.
  • The John Phillip Cumbee trial is delayed for at least an hour Thursday morning so new language can be added to judge's charge to the jury.
  • A man assaulted and injured a Tabor City Emergency Services EMT Wed. near SCHS. The EMT was trying to stop the man from attacking a woman.
  • Marty Lewis sentenced to 90 to 117 months and fined &100,000.
  • Lewis guilty on 2 of 3 counts.
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