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Third TC shooting victim was taken to CRHS, others are stable, police say

October 23, 2021

By DEUCE NIVEN UPDATE A third victim of a shooting that took place on Lewis Street in Tabor City Saturday afternoon was located later at Columbus Regional Healthcare in Whiteville, Maj. Russell Conway of the Tabor City Police Department. That victim was taken by private vehicle from the shooting scene before police arrived, delivered…

Stallions at ECHS cancelled

October 22, 2021

By DEUCE NIVEN      A COVID-19 related quarantine impacting the East Columbus High School football team has forced cancellation of tonight’s scheduled varsity football matchup with the Stallions of South Columbus, CC Schools spokesperson Kelly Jones said.      Because the regular season ends next week, there will be no opportunity for the two Waccamaw Conference teams…

Goat revival for 2021 Yam Festival’s big day Saturday

October 22, 2021

By DEUCE NIVEN      A legend from the 1954 Yam Festival in Tabor City, one marred but not completely destroyed by Hurricane Hazel, returns for 2021.      More than a half century later, we’re pretty sure it’s not the same goat, with a lifespan that rarely tops 18 years, and other online sources say.      Still,…

Bog-Off draws big crowds

October 17, 2021

Be it chicken bog or first class entertainment, big crowds were drawn to the 2021 Loris Bog-Off Festival Saturday. Look for much more on the big event in the next Tabor-Loris Tribune in print and online. (Jenn Causey, TLT)  

Fly-in weather

October 16, 2021

Near perfect weather greeted those flying into, and arriving by ground transportation, at the second annual Green Sea Fly-In on Saturday, an event under new ownership and revived after an absence of several years. More than 40 aircraft were on the ground well before noon, others arriving. Among the highlights was a World War II…

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