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Applications ready for Peanut Fest events - Bladen Journal
DUBLIN — Falling colorful leaves, crisp air and the smell of wood smoke from area fireplaces that means its autumn isn’t far off — which means it will soon be time for the annual Dublin Peanut Festival. Organizers have already begun securing ...
West Bladen’s run ends in World Series - Bladen Journal
CHIPLEY, Fla. — The West Bladen Knights took a heartbreaking loss today in the Dixie Pre-Majors World Series, ending their run in the double-elimination tournament. West Bladen came up a run short when they fell to the Arkansas champions, 3-2. Chandler ...
Share your harvest with God - Bladen Journal
I am in the giving and helping business, and I am a member of I Am Inc. Meals, haircuts, bicycles, meat bundles and, coming soon, fruit to all races, creeds, color, rich, poor, churches of all denominations. This is what I try to make available. God doesn ...
Thunderstorm alert - Bladen Journal
The National Weather Service in Wilmington, at 4:25, announced that a severe thunderstorm waning was in effect for Bladen, Columbus and Pender counties until 5:25 p.m. Heavy rain and wind were expected. Be prepared to take shelter.
DeVane earns Duke nursing award - Bladen Journal
DURHAM — Jacqueline DeVane, a licensed practical nurse from Sutton Station Internal Medicine, was awarded the 2014 Friends of Nursing LPN Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice. Mary Ann Fuchs, the vice president of patient care and system chief nurse ...
Power deal may be looming soon - Bladen Journal
RALEIGH — Duke Energy could announce as soon as next week whether a deal has been reached to help reduce high electric bills for customers in parts of Bladen County and 30 other eastern North Carolina municipalities. Those close to the negotiations said ...
Clemmons boy wins lifetime license - Bladen Journal
ALBEMARLE — With a year of fishing experience under his belt, 8-year-old Tyler Bristol of Clemmons reeled in the catch of a lifetime — a lifetime sportsman license courtesy of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission and Neuse Sport Shop of Kinston.
Johnson smacks third home run in Spokane - Bladen Journal
SPOKANE, Wash. — Saquan Johnson is heating up in the Class A short-season Northwest League and belted his third home run of the season on Thursday. For the week, Johnson was 6-for-25 and drove in four runs. Johnson, an East Bladen High graduate now ...
Rich joins march on Washington - Bladen Journal
Arthur Rich, a Republican candidate for North Carolina’s 1st Distric Congressional seat, on Friday joined Belhaven Mayor Adam O’Neal in his march to Washington, D,C,. The mayor’s walk is an effort to bring attention to an effort to save the Belhaven ...
West Bladen pounds Georgia for first win - Bladen Journal
CHIPLEY, Fla. — The West Bladen Knights won their first Dixie Pre-Majors World Series game in two years on Sunday and eliminated the Georgia champions from the tournament in just three innings, 15-0. The win moves West Bladen into the next round of the ...