At six years of age, Buck Brannaman was a professional rope trick performer, a Kellogg’s Sugar Pops kid, and a broken boy. Now he’s known the world over as the horse whisperer.
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Filmgoers, the documentary kind, are busy packing into downtown Durham this weekend, as the annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival rolls through its 14th year.
Story by Connie Freeman, photo by Blair Booth Cary, NC- The Cary YMCA Super Skippers brought home 34 overall medals — 12 of which were gold – from a regional jump rope competition in Chapel Hill recently. The Super Skippers won more than half of the total medals at the event.
Story by Mary Beth Phillips. Photos by Brooke Meyer. Cary, NC – Several years ago, Jan Elmo was volunteering as a tutor at Northwoods Elementary when she had an epiphany that every child does not have the opportunity to develop a love of reading. In October of 2007, after spending months researching what she could […]
I was at a dinner party in Raleigh and more than half of the attendees waxed poetic about the joys of raising backyard chickens. I had to give it a try.
You may want to join a garden or perhaps you are looking to start a new garden at a school, in your neighborhood, at your place of workshop or at work. Attend Dig In on March 5, 8:30 am-1:00 pm at Marbles Kids Museum for all the down and dirty on gardens
Many many people visited Arnie. But I was among the few he would let pet him, a right I had precariously earned. Some of the staff had called me his girlfriend, because he would liven up when he saw me, even when he had been in a bad mood.
Story by Kathleen Peden. Photo by Hal Goodtree. Cary, NC – Fire Station #2 is located on SE Maynard Road. This week, I went there to meet with Yoko Sorensen, Fire Department Captain and Town of Cary Employee of the Year.
Cary, NC – Finding a Cary-area native is getting harder and harder these days, but if you travel down the road from Cary just a piece, you can find a community made up of folks that have been born and bred in these parts with their families settling here since the mid-1800s.
Part II in the History of Cary series. This segment covers 1901-1945. Story by Peggy Van Scoyoc. Cary NC – The private boarding school that Frank Page helped establish in 1870 became the first state-assisted public high school in North Carolina in 1907.