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Record #:
39941
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The article gives the background of how E. T. Taylor, of Farm Life, NC, created the outdoor drama 'The Message of Easter. The outdoor drama is located beside Piney Grove Baptist church in the Farm Life community of Martin County.'
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Record #:
42698
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Potter Oil & Tire Company began operating on Main Street in Aurora in 1954. On Dec. 28, 1968, a tragic fire occurred that killed the owner, a secretary and a truck driver. The owner's son Curtis and later sons Brian and Brad have continued the business with the good blessing and strong support of the community.
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Record #:
42691
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The VanStaalduinen family left Holland for Hamilton, Ontario Canada in 1938. In 1943, they purchased a 240-acre in Terra Ceia in Beaufort County. Bill VanStaalduinen ran Terra Ceia Farms for 20 years after military service in the Korean War. Today, the business continues to be operated by his nephews. In 2000, Bill and son Tom opened Petals and Produce in Yeatesville. A second branch of this business was started in Washington, N.C. four years later.
Record #:
42780
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The Martin County Ramblers made their first appearance between 2008 and 2009. the group plays a mix of country, blues, jazz and roots rock music. Justin Edwards of the Bear Grass community has been with the group since its inception.
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42846
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Williamston was first settled as a shipping point along the Roanoke River in the 1730s.The town was incorporated in 1779 and named for William Williams, a colonel in the Revolutionary War. The town suffered much loss in a devastating fire in 1883. Zack Dickerson is Williamston's Downtown Marketing Coordinator. Businessmen Johnny Miller, Lon Moore and Mayor Joyce Whichard-Brown share thoughts about the town's current situation.