Outer Beaches is excited to welcome all visitors back to Hatteras Island. We would also like to sincerely thank CHEC, Dare County, NC DOT, New River Construction, Lee Electrical, Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation, PCL, Governor Cooper, Tideland Electric Cooperative, and all other crews and personnel involved in working tirelessly to restore power to Hatteras Island. It has been an honor to welcome you to our Island, and we will forever be grateful for your swift support of us, our neighbors, and our Guests..
Unfortunately, this does not apply to glasses broken by consumer damage. Though Smith offers to repair broken glasses for a fee, you can often repair glasses for less on your own. Sunglasses with shattered lenses or crushed frames are typically not repairable, but glasses with scratched lenses or broken frames can often be fixed for regular use..
The adrenaline started going, I ignored the pain and got going, said Tucker, who was rushed to the hospital during Tuesday game against Center after getting injured. Is a game I not willing to miss. Colfax is our rival. Bill Hardgrave will succeed Tim Boosinger, who announced his retirement from the university in September. Beginning Jan. 1, Hardgrave will serve as the university chief academic officer, providing leadership to Auburn 13 colleges and schools in addition to numerous academic programs and units that support the university instruction, research and outreach mission..
When they did, re elected City of Dryden Mayor Craig Nuttall gave a quick thumbs up, an expression of relief following a long wait with fellow candidates Bill Latham, Robert Bruyere, Darryl Skinner, Ken Moss, supporters and members of the press which began at the Dryden Library and ended at the office of the city clerk in the wee hours of Oct. 28.After sparring with challenger Shayne MacKinnon throughout the campaign, and indeed his previous term, Nuttall closest challenger turned out to be newcomer Greg Wilson who came up 177 votes short of Nuttall.Shayne MacKinnon marked 611 votes (17.87 per cent) in his bid for the mayor office.”I quite happy that I did get in again,” said Nuttall, who claimed 1,493 votes, or 43.65 per cent. “I think the citizens know that we are on the right track and we have to keep forging ahead like we have been.”Nuttall says he plans to keep continual improvement of road infrastructure squarely in his sights working off the city already established five year asset priority plan.With council harmony and working together an oft used phrase throughout the campaign, Nuttall says he would like to see the divided days of the previous council come to an end.”I think that we have to understand that some people might have their own agenda and that has to be parked at the door because this is not the way we successful,” said Nuttall.