Month: December 2022

‘Grinch’ set for Dec. 17 & 18 at Arapahoe Charter School Wyatt Hahn: “Being in Theatre Arts at ACS for four years has been a trulygreat experience. “The Grinch!” is definitely the most comedic play we’ve done. What I’ve learned…

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Resiliency & Recovery returns to Convention Center

NEW BERN – This Monday, Dec. 12, Peletah Institute for Building Resilient Communities presents the ENC Regional Church and Community Holiday Resiliency Collaborative at the Riverfront Convention Center located at 203 S. Front Street. From 10 am until 3 pm,…

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SCAM ALERT

A Help Wanted classified ad on Page 26 of the County Compass Dec. 1 issue (which advertises openings for a Caregiver @ $25 per hour) is not credible. Our apologies to readers.

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Friends of the Carteret County Public Library to hold book sale

CARTERET COUNTY, NC (December 2, 2022) – The Friends of the Carteret County Public Library will hold its annual book sale from December 8 to 10, at the Main Carteret County Public Library branch located at 1702 Live Oak Street,…

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Second in a two-part series

‘Digital Dollar’ tracking makes tyranny easy

By Michael Snyder www.endoftheamericandream.com WASHINGTON, DC – Thankfully, some members of Congress are sounding the alarm. In fact, Senator James Lankford (R-Oklahoma) has actually introduced legislation “which would require the U.S. Treasury to keep printing and coining money if the…

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