TWIDDY BIRD February 21, 2015

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OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? 2/21/15 Weather: Corolla- partly cloudy, 29 degrees Duck-partly cloudy, 31 degrees ·  The deep freeze over the Outer Banks and northeastern North Carolina did not fail in producing record low temperatures on Friday, but there will finally be a respite over the weekend. New records for minimum low temperature for… Read more »

TWIDDY BIRD February 15, 2015

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OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? 2/15/15 Weather: Duck-Clear, 20 degrees Corolla-Clear 20 degrees Quiet but cold day on the Outer Banks… Winter will return in a big way last night, riding in behind an arctic front with winds that could gust to 60 mph, the National Weather Service says. The stiffest winds were… Read more »

TWIDDY BIRD February 14, 2015

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OUTER BANKS WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? Happy Valentine’s Day Weather: Duck-Clear, 35 degrees Corolla-Clear, 37 degrees   Graveyard of the Atlantic coughs up another victim off Corolla—The remains of a long-ago victim of the Graveyard of the Atlantic have been discovered on the beach off Corolla after this week’s rough surf. A pair of… Read more »

TWIDDY BIRD February 1, 2015

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OUTER BANKS  WHAT’S HAPPENING IN OUR AREA? February 1, 2015 Weather: Duck-Overcast, 40 degrees Corolla-Overcast, 38 degrees Going on now! Consumer protection officials investigating OBX gas prices–Last week, the county Board of Commissioners approved a letter expressing concerns about gas prices that at times have been 60 cents higher than on the mainland. “We appreciate… Read more »

New formula sinks Mid-Currituck Bridge, other local projects

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By Kip Tabb on July 20, 2014 The Mid-Currituck Bridge came close to being built. In May of 2012, officials issued a Record of Decision, the final step for a project first proposed more than 25 years ago. A plan was in place to pay for construction through a private-public partnership. All that remained was for the… Read more »