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Hurricane Dorian

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CARTERET COUNTY — Due to Hurricane Dorian’s relatively minimal impact on many parts of Carteret County, county and municipal leaders are taking different approaches to debris removal.

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ATLANTIC — as soon as Hurricane Dorian exited the county, N.C. Baptists on Mission began setting up a base for emergency response and recovery efforts Saturday at Atlantic Missionary Baptist Church.

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NEWPORT — As of Friday afternoon, there were still 123 residents and 36 pets staying at the county emergency shelter at Newport Middle School.

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WILMINGTON (AP) — A weakened Hurricane Dorian flooded homes on North Carolina's Outer Banks Friday with a ferocity that seemed to take storm-hardened residents by surprise, and hundreds were feared trapped by high water.

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NEWPORT — The scene was hectic Thursday afternoon at the Outer Banks Wildlife Shelter, which was filled with injured and orphaned animals that are being cared for by the staff during Hurricane Dorian.

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CARTERET COUNTY — With the impacts from Hurricane Dorian pending, the county has released important contact information for resources during the storm.

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BOGUE BANKS — With Hurricane Dorian forecast to arrive late Thursday, people in Carteret County are getting ready to ride out the storm.

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NEWPORT — Hurricane Dorian is forecast to arrive off the coast later Thursday, and local forecasters have moved the heaviest rainfall totals further inland.

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CEDAR POINT — Kevin Hunter, chief of the Western Carteret Fire and EMS Department, said Wednesday his crews are as ready and prepared as they can be to deal with any emergencies that arise during Hurricane Dorian over the next few days.

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NEWPORT — Carteret County Humane Society Animal Shelter workers were busy Tuesday night loading 30 cats and 10 dogs into a large trailer brought in by Kenny Chesney’s Love for Love City Disaster Relief Organization.