Letter to the Editor: AAUP report details failures of App State and UNC Governance | Letters To Editor

On the 28th of April, the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) released the findings of its special committee on “Governance, Academic Freedom, and Institutional Racism in the University of North Carolina System.” This exhaustive report is culled from scores of interviews of faculty and staff from UNC-Chapel Hill, Appalachian State, and other system campuses … Read more

Tyler Public Library offers variety of May programs | Local News

The Tyler Public Library has a variety of programs for all ages scheduled through May: Youth Activities Art-O-Rama Afternoon – 5:30 to 7:30 pm May 14 in the auditorium (first floor) Students in grades eight through 12 are invited to participate in the 1920s-themed event. This will be a hybrid event that is part dance … Read more

Community Calendar 4/21-4/28 | Community

The following events are set to take place between Thursday, April 21, and Thursday, April 28. Baby Storytime 9:30 am and 11 am, Thursdays, April 21 and 28 Attend at whatever time works best for you and your baby. Enjoy rhymes, bounces, and stories with Ms. Wendy along with social time for babies and caregivers. … Read more

Community Calendar 4/14-4/21 | Community

The following events are set to take place between Thursday, April 14, and Thursday, April 21. NERF Party 3-7 pm, Thursday, April 14 The Oregon Youth Center will be celebrating the start to a long weekend with a Nerf party. They will be playing indoor/outdoor NERF capture the flag with supplies from Kelly at the … Read more

Out & About for the week of April 14 | Local

Out and About lists current events sponsored by nonprofit groups and churches in Martin County. Please send listings to The Enterprise, 106 West Main St., Williamston, NC 27892 or email lbeachboard@ncweeklies.com. All events must be submitted by 4 pm each Tuesday. Williamston – Piney Grove Baptist Church will host the 2022 Message of Easter at … Read more

BOOKWORMZ: Kids should learn about the environment | News

Mom’s always after you to clean your room. She always wants you to make your home a better place, starting right there. Sometimes, you wonder why and it’s probably because a clean room makes everything better. In a way, you’re safer when you live in clean surroundings, too, and that goes for the biggest home … Read more

Raising a wild child: Steven Rinella, aka the MeatEater, writes book on engaging kids with nature | National News

After roaming the world for decades in search of outdoor adventures to share, Steven Rinella said there’s no place he would now rather be than fishing with his three children. “My kids catching a fish is better than me catching 10 of them,” he said. He also ranks the youth deer season, when only youngsters … Read more

Raising a wild child: Steven Rinella, aka the MeatEater, writes book on engaging kids with nature | National News

After roaming the world for decades in search of outdoor adventures to share, Steven Rinella said there’s no place he would now rather be than fishing with his three children. “My kids catching a fish is better than me catching 10 of them,” he said. He also ranks the youth deer season, when only youngsters … Read more

Best Pets | News | dothaneagle.com

The Coffee County Education Retirees Association will meet Tuesday, April 12th, at the Coffee County Farm Center in New Brockton. The meeting will begin at the new time of 10 am This month’s program will be presented by Kay Holland from Respite Care which provides a short-term relief for primary caregiver. Remember to bring your … Read more

Service above self: Fitchburg-Verona Rotary Club addresses hunger, literacy | Community

Strength in numbers – that was the goal in July 2021, when two area Rotary clubs merged into one, becoming the Fitchburg-Verona Rotary Horizons Club. The two clubs had already been meeting on the same day and not that far apart from each other, with one serving Verona and Fitchburg, while the other served western … Read more