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Ocracoke School seeks bus driving help

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Ocracoke School is looking for school bus drivers. Mary McKnight, Ocracoke School counselor/athletic director, said in a statement that the course work is all online. After...

Ocracoke School is looking for referees

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Ocracoke School is looking for adults to become sports referees for the 2022-2023 season.

Ocracoke Dolphins finish second in conference; fall in state 1A baseball...

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By Richard Taylor It was like the movie “Groundhog Day,” as the Ocracoke Island varsity baseball team tried to get off the island five times...

Hyde County Board of Education selects new superintendent

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The Hyde County Board of Education Monday night selected Dr. Melanie Shaver, principal of Foothills Community School, Marion, McDowell County, as the new superintendent...

Former Superintendent Steve Basnight injured; father killed in head-on Currituck collision

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By Richard Taylor Retired Hyde County Superintendent of Schools Steve Basnight III was injured and his father, Steve Basnight Jr., died of injuries following a...

Ocracoke School honors its high achieving students

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For the Ocracoke School third nine-week grading period, 28 students made the honor roll, 22 made the principal's list along with 32 who were...

Hyde County Schools appoints interim superintendent

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From our news services Hyde County Schools today swore in Steven G. Blackstock as interim superintendent since today marks the last day for Superintendent Stephen...

Dolphins squeeze out thrilling March madness baseball victory over Hurricanes

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By Richard Taylor  Call it Ocracoke’s never-give-up attitude, a full moon on the rise or the luck of the Irish. Dolphin baseballers pulled off a...

Ukrainian exchange student in Ocracoke is far from her besieged country–updated

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Sonya Voitenko, a Ukrainian exchange student at Ocracoke School, is putting on a brave face as her family weathers warfare in Ukraine.

Lady Dolphins fall in state basketball tournament

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Ocracoke’s Cinderella hoops season came to an end Feb. 24 as the ninth-seeded Chatham Central Bears overcame the long trip from Bear Creek to the island, to beat the eighth-seeded Lady Dolphins 44-34 in the second round of the East 1A playoffs.