An Ocracoke Easter fairy tale

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Story and illustrations by Pat Garber Once upon a time there was a little girl named Mary Jane. She was born the year before World...

Words to help express feelings and soothe in a time of...

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Editor's note: This is the first part of a series on creative writing. We will publish the other participating writers in the next installment....

Salem Select Choir to return for workshops, performance

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  The Salem Select Choir has rescheduled workshops for Ocracoke students this week and a free community concert for 7 p.m. Saturday (May 12) in...

Culinary crafts, performance at Ocracoke School Arts Week

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Ocracoke School Students will showcase culinary craft and stage theatrics Thursday (March 29) in an evening presentation that highlights skills they have learned during...

Henry’s Kitchen: Questions, answers on buying fish on Ocracoke

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Henry's Kitchen August 2011 By Henry Schliff Questions: What fish are caught locally? When are they available? What are some good cooking methods? Bluefish: A dark meat, full-flavored...

Message in a bottle found on Ocracoke came from Canada

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By Connie Leinbach Flotsam bottles containing messages are one of those treasures that beachcombers dream of finding. Roy and Ann Huntley of Raleigh, who have a...

Talent on an island north of nowhere

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here By Timothy Wilkinson Last year, I met a teenager on Ocracoke Island named Corey. Corey Yeatts was what they called...

Fig Fest in August to feature guest chef Vivian Howard

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The Ocracoke community will celebrate the summer’s fig bounty at the Fig Festival Aug. 5 to 7 with special guest chef and NC public...

Susan Dodd: Creating art for a cause

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By Connie Leinbach After a successful career as a novelist, Susan Dodd realized she is really a visual artist. For almost two decades, the islander has...

From Henry’s Kitchen: Fish cakes

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May 2013 By Henry Schliff It was love at first bite when I tasted my first fish cake at a small breakfast restaurant on the island...