Ocracoke and Sable islands: Kindred spirits with shipwrecks, horses and a...

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A few of the approximately 500 feral horses on Sable Island. The first horses were released on the island in...

Village Thrift will not reopen

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The Village Thrift will close sometime in September. Photo: C. Leinbach To catch up on Ocracoke news...

Dredging in Big Foot Slough off Ocracoke expected to clear the...

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The dredge Merritt is working in the Big Foot Slough area of the Pamlico Sound just outside of Ocracoke. Photo: P....

Ocracoke has first official COVID-19 case

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By Connie Leinbach Hyde County Health Department Director Luana Gibbs today confirmed that Ocracoke has an active COVID-19 case...

Islander sends his nightly taps into the world

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d38hLE7Jpgc Gary Davis plays taps each night at sunset on the porch of his Lighthouse Road home. Video by Peter Vankevich

On Friday watch a virtual sea turtle nest excavation

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Loggerhead turtle excavation on Ocracoke beach in 2017. Photo: P. Vankevich To catch up on Ocracoke...

Coastal Review Online launches series on changing minds on climate change

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The island-wide storm surge of 7.4 feet from Hurricane Dorian on Ocracoke Sept. 6, 2019, had receded greatly around 1 p.m.,...

Shoaling near Ocracoke forces reduction in Pamlico Sound ferry schedules

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Ferry passes Big Foot Slough. Photo: P. Vankevich Bigfoot Slough water depths too shallow for larger...

Following dredging, regular ferry schedule in Pamlico Sound might resume Thursday

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The dredge M/V Merritt is seen dredging Big Foot Slough in the Pamlico Sound. Photo: P. Vankevich Update...

Ocracoke still COVID-19 free

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Michael Watkins of Mako Laboratories, Raleigh, prepares a COVID-19 test for an Ocracoke resident. Photo by Brenda Kremser