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Cameron Riggs, right, and Kelsie Flint were named Swansboro’s homecoming king and queen on Friday, Oct. 15, before the start of the 42-38 win over Croatan. (Contributed photo)

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Collin Hewitt, a member of the Swansboro High School Symphonic Band, played Taps during the Blessing of the Fleet on the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 8. About a dozen boats gathered for the Swansboro Mullet Festival of North Carolina event in the White Oak River near Casper’s Marina. The Rev. T…

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US Workboats started building a passenger ferry at its Hubert boat plant for the N.C. Department of Transportation back in 2018. But following a few snags, including a lawsuit, Waterline Systems took on the project and is responsible for getting the first state ferry of its kind in the water…

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Swansboro’s Ed McHale celebrates the completion of the Appalachian Trail after a steep climb to the top of Mount Katahdin in Maine, the northern terminus. The 50-year-old covered the 2,189 miles in six months. Read about it in the Sept. 29, 2021, Tideland News. (Contributed photo)