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North Carolina Alligator Season

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American Alligator

North Carolina Alligator Season will be from September 1 to October 1. The last time alligator was legal to hunt for in North Carolina was in 1973. Limited take would be by permit only issued by the Wildlife Resources Commission.

The bag limit would be one per permit, with a season limit of one alligator per permittee.

Alligators could only be taken using hand-held ropes or catch poles; hand-held or rod/reel snatch hooks; harpoons or gigs with attached restraining lines; baited, wooden pegs less than 2-inches in length attached to hand-held restraining lines; archery equipment with arrow-attached restraining lines.
Alligators taken by any lawful method described above would have to be dispatched immediately upon capture.

Alligators could be taken day or night and with the use of artificial lights. Baited hooks would be prohibited. Permittees would be required to complete a harvest survey provided by the Wildlife Resources Commission and to allow staff to collect biological data from harvested alligators.

For more information please visit Ncwildlife.org

Reverend Billy Graham dies at 99

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Reverend Billy Graham dies at 99 today. Born November 17, 1918. Dies February 21, 2018.

Meanwhile at the Daytona 500

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Valentine’s Day 2018

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Hail and Farewell 2017

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Hail and Farewell to those who has passed in 2017. A “Sunday Morning” tradition: Host Jane Pauley takes time out to remember the many people who left us in the year gone by – men and women who made us laugh or think or wonder. Most made our world a better place; a few did just the opposite. Still, for better or for worse, they touched our lives in ways we won’t forget.

Cell Phones For Soldiers

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Cell Phones For Soldiers is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to serving troops and veterans with free communication services and emergency funding. The organization was founded in 2004 by Robbie and Brittany Bergquist at the ages of 12 and 13. To date, Cell Phones For Soldiers has provided more than 300 million minutes of talk time to our troops serving around the world through the Minutes That Matter program, and they continue Helping Heroes Home via emergency funds that so far have assisted more than 3,100 veterans.

You fuel Cell Phones For Soldiers’ charitable mission through generous monetary contributions and the recycling of donated mobile devices. Donations of newer or gently-used cell phones and tablets from all wireless carriers and brands are accepted. Each $5 contribution or donated device valued at $5 will provide troops with an estimated 2.5 hours of FREE talk time.

For more information visit Cellphonesforsoldiers.com

Digital Attack Map

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Digital Attack Map is a live data visualization of DDoS attacks around the globe, built through a collaboration between Google Ideas and Arbor Networks. The tool surfaces anonymous attack traffic data to let users explore historic trends and find reports of outages happening on a given day.

For more information go to Digitalattackmap.com

Most Expensive grocery store?

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The most Expensive grocery store in the world could possibly be in Barrow, Alaska. Next time you go shopping and complain about prices just watch this video again to remind yourself how lucky you really are.

First Snow December 8 2017

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First Snow December 8 2017 brought us about 4 inches of snow. Here are some pictures outside of my house in Kernersville, North Carolina.

Kernersville Christmas Parade 2017

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The Annual Christmas Parade in Downtown Kernersville will be held on December 3, 2017, from 2:30 PM – 4:30 PM EST. Come and see the area’s largest Christmas parade. Downtown Kernersville will come alive with the sounds of Christmas as over two thousand parade participants celebrate the coming of Christmas. The annual parade features marching bands, fire trucks, dance groups, antique cars, professionally decorated floats and of course, an appearance from Santa.

The parade route starts at the corner of Pineview Drive and Highway 66, and continues on East Mountain Street to Kernersville Elementary School, on West Mountain Street. No charge to view the parade. No charge for non-profit or church groups to participate. There is, however, a charge for business participation.

Contact the Kernersville Chamber of Commerce for more information.

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