Monthly Archives: October 2020

The Heron (Blast from the Past)

Bob Schroeder had submitted this poem to Hyco Lake Magazine way back in 2012. Recently he brought this to our attention with a little note and a few updated pictures: Our father passed away when my brother was 15 and I was 9 years old. I have a few memories of our dad, but the most vivid was of him ...

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Wild Life Adventures – The Art of Casting

Story and photos by Sam Seamster When thinking about casting a fishing rod, most folks don’t consider the dynamics. So, what constitutes a good cast? To some, that would be not hooking themselves in the head or not tangling the line. To others it could be skipping a lure way back under an overhanging bush. All of these would be ...

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Wood Splitters

Story and photos by Paul Liggitt North Carolina has long been known as a state with a rich heritage of logging and lumbermen. It has also been recognized as the leading furniture manufacturing state. Although the industry has changed in recent years, forestry products continue to be a major resource in North Carolina. So, when a tree falls in the ...

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Cole’s Pharmacy ‘Where everybody knows your name’

Story by Phyliss Boatwright Photos by Mackenzie Clayton, RCS Senior “You want to go where everybody knows your name” -- that’s how customers and friends sum up the experience of visiting Cole’s Pharmacy on Main Street in uptown Roxboro. And if you want to get a true taste of Roxboro and Person County, just step inside the building on the ...

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