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Bridge-naming ceremony for James ‘J.C.’ Batchelor Jr. will be Tuesday
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ELIZABETHTOWN — The public is being invited to a bridge-naming ceremony on Tuesday.
Bladen County Division on Aging celebrates seniors
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ELIZABETHTOWN — Despite an annoying rain that moved all of the activities inside Friday morning, the Bladen County Division on Aging held its first event for Honoring Older Americans Month.
KNIGHT AWARDS
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DUBLIN — West Bladen School on Thursday honored its student-athletes for all their hard work and dedication to the sports they represented the school in.
Robinson to play football at N.C. Wesleyan
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DUBLIN — The next chapter in Damarius Robinson’s life has been carefully considered and decided. Now he’s ready for it to start unfolding.
Bladen County Schools celebrates 2021-22 academic scholars
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ELIZABETHTOWN — Bladen County Schools recently celebrated the academic achievements of more than 850 students at two district-wide ceremonies.
We saw you recently …
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CAUGHT ON CAMERA
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ELIZABETHTOWN — Criminals coming into Elizabethtown are being put on notice: Don’t come here, because you will be caught. On camera, then by law enforcement.
Practice gratitude on a daily basis
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Practice gratitude. Experience, practice, and express gratitude to God, first always, for your salvation. Above all other blessings, the Christian rightly is grateful for forgiveness of sins which separate us from God, for rebellions against the Lord God, Who sacrificed His only Son, for our iniquity and transgressions.
Cole dispells some of the myths that surround Emereau: Bladen
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ELIZABETHTOWN — Elizabeth Cole, executive director of Emereau: Bladen visited with the local Rotary Club on Wednesday and spent time dispelling myths that surround the charter school.
BCC announces scholastic honors for Spring 2022 semester
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DUBLIN – Every semester, Bladen Community College recognizes full-time students for outstanding academic achievement. Students who have maintained a 4.0 grade point average for the term are named to the President’s List; students who have maintained a 3.5 grade point average or above for the term are named to the Vice President’s List.
Journal closed on Monday
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ELIZABETHTOWN — The Memorial Day holiday on Monday will mean a three-day weekend for most, including the staff and management of the Bladen Journal.
Complaint filed vs. town manager
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ELIZABETHTOWN — A more than five-week dispute between a hopeful candidate for Bladen County Board of Education and a town administrator in Elizabethtown resulted in that potential candidate withdrawing her petition and filing an official complaint with the town.
County gets update on Mobile Crisis Unit services
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ELIZABETHTOWN — The Bladen County Board of Commissioners were given an update Monday on the services provided by the Mobile Crisis Unit operated by Integrated Family Services.
NC jobless rate falls to 3.4%, dropping toward 1990s levels
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RALEIGH — North Carolina’s unemployment rate for April fell further below pre-pandemic levels, the state Commerce Department announced Friday, as the number of newly hired workers continued to increase.
Good decisions abound during doling of money
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If you’ve already given the story on Page 1 today a read about the county commissioners directing more than $5.6 million to a wide variety of community organizations and projects, then you know most of what you need to in order to form an opinion.
Rotary awards scholarships
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Bladen Community College’s 2022 graduation celebration continues
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DUBLIN — Bladen Community College graduated 263 students as its Class of 2022 on Friday.
Search warrant nets 2 drug arrests
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ELIZABETHTOWN — A search warrant served on Tuesday along the 400 block of Center Road in Elizabethtown resulted in two arrests on various drug charges.
Thoughts about the county’s primary election
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Another primary election has come and gone, and once again it had its share of surprises and disappointments.
Lady Yellowjackets sting East Bladen for 2-0 playoff win
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ROANOKE RAPIDS — The Lady Yellowjackets of Roanoke Rapids, seeded No. 5 in the Class 2A East Region, and Lady Eagles of East Bladen, the No. 12 seed, each fired 12 shots at the other’s net throughout Thursday’s state tournament.
Christ promises inseparability from God
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Inseparability. Inseparability from God. The Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ promises inseparability from God. In every moment of the day, here and now. In every moment in eternity, where salvation and deliverance, sanctification and glorification, mean inseparability from God.
Some other thoughts about the recent primary election
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I, too, have some thoughts about the May 17 primary in Bladen County, although from a much different perspective than the editor’s.
Your chance to get free food
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To the readers of the Bladen Journal: Here is your chance.
County decides how to spend its ARPA funding
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ELIZABETHTOWN — Money flowed, not quite literally, during Thursday’s special-called meeting of the Bladen County Board of Commissioners.
East Bladen honors its oustanding student-athletes
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ELIZABETHTOWN — East Bladen High held its annual athletic awards banquet Wednesday evening at the school to honor the outstanding student-athletes for the 2021-22 school year.
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