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Wildfire Smoke Could Cause Closure Of Highway 264

Updated: 06/01/2011 - State air quality officials say smoke from the Dare County wildfire could reach Morehead City and Jacksonville, as well as Greenville, Kinston, Washington and New Bern on Thursday.

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UPDATE: U.S. 64 Bridge Back Open

Updated: 05/24/2011 - A major route to the Outer Banks re-opened after extreme heat caused the The Alligator River Bridge just east of Columbia to malfunction and bring traffic to a standstill for about 2 hours.

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NC Gets Federal Money for 2 Coastal Projects

Updated: 05/20/2011 - North Carolina's governor says projects to maintain dredging at Oregon Inlet and to improve a dredged material disposal facility at the Wilmington harbor will receive more money for this year.

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Jennette's Pier To Reopen

Updated: 05/20/2011 - The first state funded and operated fishing pier in North Carolina will open Saturday in Nags Head where privately owned Jennette's Pier was destroyed in a 2003 hurricane.

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Oregon Inlet Dredging Complete

Posted: 05/06/2011 - Officials say the Oregon Inlet is good to go for the summer after crews dredged the channel there to a depth of 11 feet.

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NC Fishing Losses To Va. Surpass $4 Million

Posted: 04/27/2011 - State officials say North Carolina lost more than $4 million worth of business to Virginia because the Oregon Inlet on the Outer Banks wasn't deep enough for large fishing boats to safely travel through.

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Historic NC Pier To Reopen With Aquarium Exhibits

Posted: 04/15/2011 - The public will get its first look at the rebuilt Jeannette's Pier next month when the Outer Banks landmark reopens as a family-oriented educational and recreational site.

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Ferry Schedule Changes For Wednesday and Thursday

Updated: 04/13/2011 - Cherry Branch-Minnesott Beach route will shut down for a period of time Wednesday for ramp maintenance. The Swan Quarter-Ocracoke Ferry will run once Wednesday, but will not run at all Thursday.

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Perdue: Faster Dredge Will Work To Open Oregon Inlet

Updated: 04/15/2011 - The Governor reports a faster, more effective dredge starts work in the Oregon Inlet Saturday and will work around the clock to clear the "crucial navigation channel." The inlet can no longer support large fishing boats.

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