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November 04, 2018

Why would I ask you to read from a column I wrote almost 30 years ago?

When I read that column, tearfully, at a recent family reunion, I knew I wanted to share it with you, just in case you missed it back in 1987.

That year was one of triumph for my mother.

In 1933 she finished college and left her…


November 04, 2018

SNOW HILL — It takes a dedicated pit master to grill a 128-pound hog in the middle of a nor’easter. That’s exactly what 12 faithful and talented competitors did last week at the third annual BBQ for Paw fundraiser in Snow Hill.

Thanks to the perseverance and hard work of the cooks,…

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November 03, 2018

November's Native American Heritage Month is a look back at the ancestry, traditions and contributions of American Indians. But a new exhibit at the Greenville Museum of Art provides a current perspective of one North Carolina tribe.

“Postmodern Native: Contemporary Lumbee Art,” which…


October 31, 2018

For many worker bees, your lunch break isn’t always a welcome site. You have one hour to get in your car, brave mid-day traffic, wait in line, order your food, wait for the food to be made, then you have about 10 minutes of uninterrupted time to eat lunch. Then you get back in your car, get…

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October 31, 2018

Q: A friend is encouraging me to eat microgreens? I don’t want to look dumb, what are they are and are they good for me?  MKK, Greenville

A: Don’t feel bad. Even with my interest, experience and training in food science and nutrition there seem to be new foods and ingredients in…


October 28, 2018

When H.G. Jones died on October 14, our state lost a key connection to its history as well as a prime and positive, but all too rare, example of dedicated and unselfish public service.

For many years Jones was my neighbor. I admired the fruit tree in his front yard across the street from my house…


October 27, 2018

This one loves a dry, hardscrabble roadside, below a stop sign or a traffic marker, or maybe the open edge of a gravelly parking lot. You get the idea.

Or, you might see it in what we call an “overgrazed” pasture: horses and cows tend to avoid it, so the plants can go crazy, without too…

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October 24, 2018

My first job when I was fifteen was at a roller-skating rink. I worked the concession stand and made pizza, nachos, sweet treats, and was surrounded by upbeat music and skaters weaving around a wooden rink. The energy was palpable. It was so much fun and so many times I wish I could be that kid…


October 24, 2018

Q: I don’t want to contribute to the childhood obesity problem but I don’t want to be a stick in the mud either. Any suggestions for how to handle Halloween? HG, Winterville

A: I was delighted that Kimberly May, a third year Brody student who was spending time on a pediatric rotation,…

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October 21, 2018

BEAR GRASS — Earl Bailey has hung his printer’s apron up for the last time.

After almost 60 years of service with the Enterprise & Weekly Herald in Williamston, the 74-year-old former Linotype has retired.

Bailey has given almost three-quarters of his life to the art of…

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