Eduardo to vie for best seafood taco

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Ocracoke’s own Eduardo Chavez will once again compete for top chef honors at 2 p.m. Sept. 17 in the Day at the Docks Seafood...

Ocracoke Health Center seeks a new doctor

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Dr. Erin Baker is leaving the Ocracoke Health Center.

A new headstone for an island son

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By Connie Leinbach Old time island character “Little” Jake Alligood lived his life in the shadow of his more colorful father, “Old” Jake Alligood. The two...

Sonya Allen: Communicating through art

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By Peter Vankevich For many people, creating art is therapeutic, a nice respite from the many demands and challenges of daily life. What is depicted...

Kayaking on the Pamlico Sound: A hug from the water

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By TL Grace West Carl Sagan once said, “Somewhere something incredible is waiting to be known.” For me, that somewhere is on a kayak in the...

Ocracoke Fig Festival starts today through Saturday

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The 9th annual Ocracoke Fig Festival begins tomorrow afternoon (Aug. 4) with a sold out dinner with guest Restaurateur and Chef Ricky Moore, of...

Fig classes to be held on Ocracoke

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Hyde County’s Family and Consumer Sciences Extension agent, CatieJo Black, will teach two fresh fig cooking classes on Ocracoke Aug. 1 and 2 in...

Ocracoke inspires books of all kinds

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By Connie Leinbach A place with a spectacular landscape and colorful history is bound to attract writers of all stripes and Ocracoke certainly does that. During...

Remarkable women of the Outer Banks get their own book

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By Peter Vankevich Hannah Bunn West has shone a spotlight on some little-known, impactful women in the history of the Outer Banks. Her new book, “Remarkable...

Beware of summer dangers for dogs

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Summer heat is upon us and Ocracoke Island veterinarian Dr. Laura Trent offers the following advice regarding dogs visiting Ocracoke. Beach hazards:Hot sand and hot...