I am writing this letter because I have a question: Why are their no pictures or writeups in the paper for the Rec games, whether it be basketball, baseball, soccer or football?
On Friday, April 4, on Hwy. 242 at 2 p.m. coming to Elizabethtown from Bladenboro, an unknown volunteer responce person driving a large white jacked-up pickup truck — possibily an F-250, tried and did “slingshot” around a loaded...
The Community Healthy Activities Project of Bladen County, Men on a Mission, and Men and Women United for Youth and Families worked together to host a March Madness Basketball Tournament in the community of East Arcadia on March 22.
An experience Pastor Carl Hefner told when they were living in the northwest came when he attended a major production of a Passion Play with thousands in attendance.
Bladen We Care is celebrating 25 years of caring and proudly presents their annual fundraiser, “Let’s Toast Bladen County for Caring.”
North Carolina experienced it’s most violent and deadly tornado outbreak 30 years ago today — on March 28,1984.
A great big THANK-YOU to the Bladen Journal for the front-page news coverage (March 18) of our recent barbecue and auction.
In his thought-provoking March 20, Page 8A Fayetteville Observer column, “Who speaks for the voiceless?,” in one paragraph Leonard Pitts addressed an issue we all need to consider.
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