Tagged: Kill Devil Hills

25th Artrageous Promises to Be Best Yet

By Kip Tabb –  Twenty-five years of art . . . and amazing art it has been. The 25th Anniversary of the Dare County Arts Council’s Artrageous coming up this Saturday may be the...

A little chin music for Tyler Franko of Iowa Central Community College. The July 8 game ended in a 9-4 victory over visiting the visiting Greenbrier Knights.

Bush League: The Show on the Outer Banks

By Kip Tabb –  Once upon a time the Bush Leagues really were out in the bushes—far away from urban centers, the manicured infields and big league stadiums of the major league baseball teams....

Weather Underground track of Hurricane Arthur at 11a.m. 7/2.

As Arthur Approaches the Outer Banks

By Kip Tabb –  Having a hurricane approaching the Outer Banks this early in the season is somewhat unprecedented, but unprecedented or not, Tropical Storm Arthur (soon to be Hurricane) is off the coast...

Sophie Bell samples a Doggie Daiquiri.

The Dog Days of Summer

By Cathy Baldwin –  Photos K. Wilkins Photography –  Finding Fun for your Furry Four-Legged Friend Just about everyone on the North Beach Sun staff has a dog. There’s Ollie, Captain, Jackson, Thunder, Khloe,...

Flowers at Jo Ann Lassiter and Dave Rohde's garden.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

By Cathy Baldwin Photography by K. Wilkins Photography –  Sand, sand spurs, salt, northeast winds, brazen deer, hot summers, hurricanes… it takes more than a green thumb to overcome—or work with—the natural obstacles of...

Tar Heel 2 at Seagate North in Kill Devil Hills. Thirty years of working with local farmers.

Homegrown Outer Banks

Stories By Kip Tabb, K. Wilkins Photography –  The Local Farm, the Local Fork The drive to the Outer Banks passes through some of the most fertile farmland in North Carolina—land that has been...

Ospry at Bay Drive nest in Kill Devil Hills.

A Beautiful Spring Day

By Kip Tabb –  It’s time to cross our fingers and cross our toes and hope that spring on the Outer Banks is finally here. Yes, spring officially began on March 20, and it...

NCDOT Secretary at speaking at Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce economic forecast breakfast.

Cautious Optimism for Outer Banks Economy

By Kip Tabb –    Dependent on bridges as the lifelines of the Outer Banks economy, the message North Carolina Secretary of Transportation Tony Tata brought to the Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce was...