Worley named to Extension Hall of Fame

By JENN CAUSEY & DEUCE NIVEN      Chandler Worley, a Fair Bluff area farmer whose family has made a living from the land for years, was honored as the newest member of the Columbus County Extension Hall of Fame during the 2019 Farm City Week Dinner held Tuesday at South Columbus High School.      Cape Fear Farm…

Another week of uncertainty on second Tabor City Council seat

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      A recount in a razor close race for a second seat on Tabor City Council won’t take place until next Friday, that meeting of the Columbus County Board of Elections set for 10 a.m. in the elections offices in Whiteville.      Incumbent Nelson Lee, who lost his re-election bid to incumbent Ronnie…

Provisional vote cuts Graham’s lead in TC Council race to 1

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      A single provisional ballot cast for incumbent Nelson Lee and recorded Thursday left challenger Ronnie Graham with a one-vote lead in the race for a seat on Tabor City Council.      At stake is a second seat on council. Incumbent David Mincey was the top vote getter in the race for council,…

Police ask for help to ID check fraud suspect

By DEUCE NIVEN tribdeuce@tabor-loris.com      A check fraud case that began in Whiteville had led to Tabor City and an effort to identify the woman who passed at least one check at a local Food Lion, Det. Christopher Hilburn of the Tabor City Police Department said Monday.      Police have obtained imaged of the woman they believe…

LHS football coach removed

By TARA JACOBS sports@tabor-loris.com      Jamie Snider has been relieved of head football coach duties at Loris High School, his re-assignment coming during a meeting with Principal Richard Crumley on Wednesday.      “We appreciate the efforts of Coach Snider but feel that it is time that we move into a different direction for the betterment of our…

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