Scot Ward walks past the Bodie Island Light House to begin his last day of hiking the Mountains to Sea Trail which stretches across North Carolina for more than 900 miles. The Orange Water and Sewer Authority will take up the issue of whether or not to allow the MST to cut through near Cane Creek at a meeting Thursday evening in the Chapel Hill town hall.
Scot Ward walks past the Bodie Island Light House to begin his last day of hiking the Mountains to Sea Trail which stretches across North Carolina for more than 900 miles. The Orange Water and Sewer Authority will take up the issue of whether or not to allow the MST to cut through near Cane Creek at a meeting Thursday evening in the Chapel Hill town hall. N&O File Photo Jason Arthurs / News and Observer
Scot Ward walks past the Bodie Island Light House to begin his last day of hiking the Mountains to Sea Trail which stretches across North Carolina for more than 900 miles. The Orange Water and Sewer Authority will take up the issue of whether or not to allow the MST to cut through near Cane Creek at a meeting Thursday evening in the Chapel Hill town hall. N&O File Photo Jason Arthurs / News and Observer

Sports Notebook: board to decide on Mountain-to-Sea Trail

August 25, 2016 10:41 AM