Trump campaign stops in Elizabethtown
West Bladen varsity football game moved to Saturday
Rohr brings international expertise to Bladen Lakes State Forest
‘Roger’s Wish’ set to kick off its fourth year
Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law to stop in Elizabethtown on Friday
- View Story - 2:22 pm
- Arrest made in child sexual abuse case - 1:55 pm
- Bladen County Training School/Bladen Central High School Alumni Association awards $6,500 in scholarships - 12:10 pm
- Benefit to help with teen’s sickle cell fight - 8:35 am
- Orange dinosaur at mini golf course saved - 5:55 am
- Burros roam onto Phoenix-area school - 5:30 am
- Rest assured, we have met the enemy - 3:33 am
- Officials discover ‘escape hatch’ at halfway house - 7:25 pm
- Transit agency to test urine-repelling paint - 5:55 pm updated: 5:55 pm.
- Emereau spreading its charter school wings - 1:55 pm
- CHURCH CALENDAR - 11:11 am
- Public forums scheduled for Coastal Crescent Trail - 10:50 am
- State of emergency declared in Charlotte - 9:57 am updated: 10:15 am.
- COMMUNITY CALENDAR - 9:13 am
- COMMUNITY CALENDAR - 9:10 am
- Gonzalez enrolled at Eastern Connecticut State - 3:12 pm
- NASA acceptingapplications for Community College Aerospace Scholars Program - 12:24 pm
- Public invited to comment on N.C.’s K-12 education plan for Every Student Succeeds Act - 11:53 am
- Week in review - 9:22 am updated: 9:29 am.
- Downeast 4-Hers explore and learn robotics - 8:50 am
- Four injured in Tuesday wreck - 8:47 am
- John Ollin Munn - 4:34 pm
- Elizabethtown youngster is king of Fayetteville State University pageant - 1:11 pm
- Benefit ride planned for baby J.T. Higgs - 11:59 am
- AG issues subpeonas for price gouging - 9:31 am
- Governor McCrory Activates State Emergency Operations Center in Response to Temporary Fuel Shortage - 9:16 am
- Bladen County steps up its paramedic pay - 7:27 am
- Woman hid pot in girl’s lunchbox during traffic stop - 5:55 am
- Binary bandit stealing of ones, zeros from homes - 5:30 am updated: 5:30 am.
- Making beer with Boston river water - 7:25 pm
- Museum invites viewers to use 18-karat gold toilet - 5:55 pm
- Man in Darth Vader garb slays galaxy garbage - 5:27 pm
- Colonial Pipeline begins delivery - 5:07 pm
- N.C. leaders get update on gas line issue - 1:18 pm
- Week in review - 11:11 am
- Bladen County Public Library, WBLA offering a Story Writing Contest for students - 10:01 am
- College Advising Corps reps speak with Elizabethtown Rotary Club - 8:57 am
- Bladenboro Police Department receives gift from First Baptist Church group - 8:40 am
- Town hopes Kevin Bacon will attend its 3rd Baconfest - 5:55 am
- Accused teen ‘doctor’ arrested on new charges in Virginia - 5:30 am
- Never use religion to belittle or defend arrogance - 3:33 am
- New England bride hitchhikes to wedding after limo fails her - 7:25 pm
- Pizza man dons pink bikini bottoms for fantasy football loss - 5:55 pm
- Man breaks into Ohio jail for protection - 5:27 pm
- SPT celebrates 50th anniversary in Elizabethtown - 4:01 pm
- AG: ITT students should apply for relief - 3:50 pm
- West Bladen student arrested in social media clown case - 3:41 pm
- Bladen County gets money for assistant D.A. - 2:07 pm
- Teen Court training set in Bladen County - 1:07 pm
- Bladen Community College recognizes staff, faculty with awards - 12:35 pm
Emereau spreading its charter school wings
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction recently received 38 applications for new public charter schools to open in the fa...
Sept. 23— Martin Chapel AME Zion Church of Elizabethtown will host “Women on the Move” today and Saturday at 7 p.m. each day. Specia...
Public forums scheduled for Coastal Crescent Trail
Friends of the Mountains to Seal Trail is inviting the public to attend forums dedicated to planning the future of the Coast Crescent Trail across Bla...
State of emergency declared in Charlotte
RALEIGH — Governor Pat McCrory declared a State of Emergency on Wednesday at 11:00 p.m. upon the request of Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Chief K...
Sept. 24— A barbecue plate fundraiser to benefit Mr. and Mrs. Dave Pyatte will be sponsored by Center Road Baptist Church in the Community Build...
Lizard adds to Formula One’s track menagerie
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Formula One acquired an exotic addition to its list of wildlife hazards on Saturday after a large monitor lizard wandered onto t...
Eagles hope to avoid fumblitis against Midway
ELIZABETHTOWN — East Bladen football coach Robby Priest has spent the past few days looking for ways to get his ball carriers not to let go of t...
Banged-up Knights to face undefeated Union on Friday
DUBLIN — As if having an undefeated Union High team coming to The Castle on Friday to open the Four County Conference schedule isn’t enoug...
Tuesday roundup: Eagles win soccer shootout to knock off Pender; Lady Eagles ace West in tennis; Lady Knights fall in volleyball
BURGAW –East Bladen, facing almost certain loss in its Four County Conference soccer match at Pender County on Tuesday, scored a goal in the las...
Bowlers sought for two leagues***LUMBERTON — Looking for something fun to do? Why not join a bowling league?The Green Pins League at Lumberton B...
McKoy celebrates 90 years
LUMBERTON — Leatrice McKoy of Elizabethtown celebrated her 90th birthday on Aug. 27, 2016, with family and friends at Fuller’s Old-Fashion...
FOR BETTER LIVING
Do your children or grandchildren come home after school hungry and ready to eat anything in sight? Rather than let them fill up on chips and cookies,...
Dementia workshop to be held in Pembroke
PEMBROKE — The Lumber River Council of Governments will be hosting a Dementia Capable North Carolina Workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 13.The workshop ...
Bladen County Health Department inspects 29 food sites in August
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Health Department performed a total of 29 inspections of food-related sites during the month of August.Followi...
FOR BETTER LIVING
Picky eating is very common among children. It usually means that they want to make some choices on their own. There is nothing wrong with picky eater...
FOR BETTER LIVING
Sodium is a part of everyone’s diet, but how much is too much? Under ideal conditions, the minimum sodium requirement is about 1,500 milligrams ...
Clinton really only cares about herself
Hillary Rodham Clinton (HRC) was diagnosed with a contagious version of bacterial pneumonia.HRC’s diagnosis of contagious bacterial pneumonia pu...
Why, of all things, a snowflake?
I was sitting at a corner restaurant the other day looking out at the rush of traffic as the people went about their way. Some of them were coming, so...
Who wanted higher sales taxes?
North Carolina Democrats running for statewide offices this year are trying to convince voters that Republicans favor higher taxes on “working p...
Cowards aregiving clownsa bad name
Pranks aren’t relegated to just April Fool’s Day. They have been a part of the teenage (and beyond) culture around the world for decades &...
Scholar-athlete nominations urged
The partnership of Mountaire Farms and The Robesonian for the Scholar Athlete of the Month Award began in September 2009. Today the program includes h...
Brainstorming session in Elizabethtown gets changed
ELIZABETHTOWN — Because of a scheduling conflict at the venue, the brainstorming session originally scheduled for Cape Fear Vineyard & Winer...
The Fayetteville Observer sold to GateHouse
FAYETTEVILLE — Fayetteville Publishing Co. has sold The Fayetteville Observer and other businesses to GateHouse Media LLC, the newspaper announc...
McDuffie now president of North Carolina Pest Management Association
WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH — Hundreds of pest management professionals from across the Southeast convened in Wrightsville Beach recently for the 2016 Ca...
ELIZABETHTOWN — The Danaher Company on West Broad Street in Elizabethtown recently officially had its sign changed to show the company’s n...
Hester earns his enrolled agent license
BLADENBORO — James Ronald Hester recently successfully completed the special enrollment exam governed by the Internal Revenue Service and passed...