- Sandy Semans Ross

Cook files legislation to criminalize open records violationsCurrently, violations of the Open Records and Open Meetings Laws are not deemed criminal and the only penalty is possibly paying attorney fees for complainants if found guilty in a court of law.

- Submitted Story

Survey looks for info to improve access to Kitty Hawk WoodsThe results will provide a better understanding of how and when visitors access the Kitty Hawk Woods Reserve, what activities visitors engage in and what access and trail enhancements may be useful.

- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Tuesday, February 28, 2017You can hear Voice newscasts every weekday morning on Max Radio of the Carolina's stations Beach 104, 94.5 WCMS, 99.1 The Sound, and Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3.

- Rob Morris

Alice Ford Pratt of Kitty Hawk, Feb. 24Alice and her husband retired to Kitty Hawk, NC in 1998. She was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, where she continued her ministry, Faith Knitters, knitting prayer shawls for nursing home residents.

- Rosie Hawthorne

Fennel experiment leads to an awesome shrimp dishwhen we wanted a quick and special meal for a house guest who was visiting, we turned to shrimp and to Mr. Hawthorne's new favorite vegetable he recently discovered -- fennel.

- Rob Morris

Barbara North Britt of Duck, Feb. 24In 1977, Joe and Barbara opened Britt Real Estate in Duck. After many successful and fulfilling years, they sold the business and semi-retired in 1989.

- Submitted Story

John Richardson Clissold of Kill Devil Hills, Feb. 25John retired from American Optical in 1998 and he and Bettye moved to Mt. Pleasant, SC where they lived until 2013. At that time they moved to Southern Shores, NC.

- Submitted Story

Video Outer Banks SPCA Pet of the Week: SwordfishThe Outer Banks SPCA is located in Manteo at 1031 Driftwood Drive. Call 252-475-5620, look them up on the web at www.obxspca.org or friend them on Facebook.

- Outer Banks Voice

Two ailing passengers flown from stalled boat off Oregon InletThe Coast Guard Station at Oregon Inlet received word at about 1:30 p.m. that the 25-foot boat Triple Seven was disabled with four people aboard. One passenger was going in and out of consciousness.

- Sam Walker

Path to rules on shrimp trawling is ‘a marathon, not a sprint’Now that the N.C. Marine Fisheries Commission has accepted a petition for new rules that could limit shrimp trawling in coastal waters, the overall process could take until sometime in 2018 to complete

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