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Nearly a thousand visitors rolled through Swansboro on Saturday morning as Cycle NC made its final stop before concluding in Atlantic Beach that evening. Among the 900 riders was Gene Helbig of Southport, pictured taking a “selfie.” He was among a group of riders who raised about $5,000 for …

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Tideland News and WTKF-The Talk Station will sponsor a forum for Swansboro commissioner candidates – regular and special election – on Thursday, Oct. 17, at Swansboro Town Hall. The event will open with a reception and meet-and-greet at 5:30 p.m. with the actual forum taking place 6-8 p.m.

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On hand for rolling out the “BackPack Friends Week,” from left, are David Rief, Cedar Point town administrator; Swansboro Mayor John Davis; Danielle Abraham; Emerald Isle Mayor Eddie Barber; and Cape Carteret Commissioner Charlie Evans. For the complete story purchase a copy of the Oct. 2, 2…

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In discussing the town’s efforts to create one-way traffic flow on certain Swansboro streets, Commissioner Roy Herrick referred to a comment made at the Sept. 24 board meeting by fellow member Pat Turner concerning a 1993 attempt at one-way traffic.

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Bill Baker peruses a photo book of Army colleagues as his wife Anita looks on. Baker, who lives in Stella, served 30 years in the U.S. Army. While serving in 1958 he was rescued on the coast of Scotland by a serviceman from Richlands who would one day become a friend. For the story, purchase…

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Swansboro has closed the skateboard facility at Municipal Park following injuries to small children, one of which has resulted in a lawsuit. For the latest information purchase a copy of the Sept. 18, 2019, Tideland News. (Williams photo)