Monthly Archives: June 2021

Clarkie Dell Bullard Wheeler – OBX today

Clarkie Dell Bullard Wheeler, 90, of Manteo, North Carolina, passed away peacefully at home on June 18, 2021. Born February 27, 1931 in Gadsden, AL, she was the daughter of Clifton Cecil and Winnie Irene Bullard. She was predeceased by siblings, James Bullard, Josephine Griffith, Agnes Wright, Kenneth Bullard and …

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“Love is Love”: Second Social Justice Banner at Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Stolen | Govt. and politics

A temporary courtyard sign hangs where the Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s stolen social justice banner was once displayed. For the second time, the banner was stolen on Sunday. Abby Driggers / A week after its inauguration, a second social justice banner was stolen from Auburn Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. Members discovered …

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Life-threatening flash flooding increases after Claudette dumps more than 10 inches of rain in some areas – Magnolia State Live

Forecasters warned of life-threatening flash flooding in parts of the Deep South, particularly in central Alabama, as Tropical Depression Claudette swept through the coastal states early Sunday. Heavy rains brought high water from Saturday evening to Sunday morning in the metropolitan areas of Birmingham and Tuscaloosa. Flooding in Northport… video …

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Auburn University group names first black female drum major

AUBURN, Ala. Brianna Jarvis will lead the Auburn University Marching Band at Jordan-Hare Stadium when the soccer team plays Akron on September 4. She would also go down in history as the group’s first black female drum major. The music education major attended Reeltown High School where she says she …

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