Historical marker dedication to include ‘Along the Road to Freedom’ book...

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The public dedication of Hyde County’s newest historical highway marker commemorating the Hyde County School Boycott of 1968 to 1969 will be held at...

Hyde County seeks input on proposed budget

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Budget workshop scheduled for all day Monday; budget hearing 6 p.m. June 3; final adoption 6 p.m. June 24 By Connie Leinbach The Hyde County commissioners want residents...

Ocracoke re-entry permits to be issued this week

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The Hyde County Emergency Services Department will issue re-entry permits this week for new residents. Permits are available until 1 p.m. today (April 29);...

Dates set for third Congressional district special election

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Editor's note: This map has replaced an earlier version of the district boundaries that was obtained from Wikimedia Commons.  Twenty-six candidates are running in the...

Hyde Health sets up behavioral health referrals program

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The Hyde County Health Department has set up Hyde County Behavioral Health (HCBH) to provide referrals for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, thought disorders, post-...

Efforts continue to restore Lake Mattamuskeet

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To catch up on Ocracoke news, click here. By Pat Garber Many years ago, according to a Native American story, there was a great drought in...

Lake Mattamuskeet Watershed Restoration Plan to be unveiled Monday

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To catch up on Ocracoke news, click here The North Carolina Coastal Federation and project partners will unveil the final Lake Mattamuskeet Watershed Restoration Plan...

Hyde County’s endangered red wolves

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By Pat Garber Hyde County is home to American red wolves, one of the most endangered species of animals on the planet. While they are...

Hyde County manager to hold meeting Wednesday on island trash

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Hyde County Manager Kris Noble will hold a public meeting Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 24, to discuss improvements to the Ocracoke Convenience Site. Known locally as...

Hyde County’s amazing civil rights protest

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Editor's note: This story was first printed in the October 2018 Ocracoke Observer. By Pat Garber More than Fifty years ago, on the first day of...