Tagged: Kitty Hawk

Donnie King working to preserve the beach. Photo K. Wilkins Photography.

Evergreen Beaches

By Lindsey Beasley Dianna –  Donny King, owner of Ocean Boulevard in Kitty Hawk, wants your Christmas trees, and he doesn’t plan to take them down any time soon. Life on a sandbar is...

First group of students to present to the KH Town Council. (LtoR) Heath Spry, Reid Kelly, Graham Smalley.

Real Life Civics Lesson at Kitty Hawk

By Kip Tabb Taking high school civics out of the dry instruction of text books, Adam Herman’s First Flight High School advanced civics classes are applying lessons learned and using them to real life....

Erring on the Side of Caution

Opinion by Kip Tabb –  lt’s a pretty common complaint on the Outer Banks that emergency officials order evacuations too early and sometimes unnecessarily when a hurricane appears to be bearing down on the...

TR3 Featuring Tim Reynolds at Kelly's Outer Banks Tavern this Saturday.

A Great Outer Banks Weekend on Tap

By Kip Tabb There’s so much happening this weekend it’s hard to imagine that it’s the middle of the winter on the Outer Banks. Right after I came to the Outer Banks 20 years...

Manteo Courthouse with belfry. Image from Manteo Preservation Trust page.

Outer Banks Towns Report

By Kip Tabb –  A new year and there’s already a lot happening in the towns and villages of the Outer Banks. Up in Corolla, the Currituck County Board of Commissioners approved plans for...

Kid Superheroes at the Museum

By Murphy Grant, Photos by K. Wilkins Photography –   Kids tend to be honest, truthful and creative and say the funniest things when asked a question. In a recent trip to the Children’s Museum...

Retiring Mayor Cliff Perry with incoming Mayor Gary Perry (no relation) receiving resolution of appreciation from Kitty Hawk Town Council.

Cliff Perry—A Lifetime of Service

By Kip Tabb –  Mayor Cliff Perry stepped down last night after 26 years of service to the town of Kitty Hawk. In a ceremony citing his many accomplishments Chairman of the Dare County...

Avalon Pier, 10/30/2012.

Sandy One Year Later—Anniversary Thoughts

By Kip Tabb –  It’s been a year since Hurricane Sandy brushed past the Outer Banks. That day—October 29, 2012—is fading into memory now, becoming a little less clear, a little more indistinct. After...

Royal Tern, Kitty Hawk Beach.

An Autumn Day on the Outer Banks

By Kip Tabb Well, fall is finally here. It seems as though the Outer Banks fought for summer as long as it possibly could, but one too many north winds and one too many...