Tar Heel author Clyde Edgerton read from several of his works at the Harnett County Library.
Tar Heel author Clyde Edgerton read from several of his works at the Harnett County Library. Candice C. Cusic Candice Cusic
Tar Heel author Clyde Edgerton read from several of his works at the Harnett County Library. Candice C. Cusic Candice Cusic

Novelist Clyde Edgerton banned from New Hanover County schools

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    A pair of chainsaw artists carved this sculpture of local wildlife from a fallen oak on the Graylyn multi-use trail in Umstead State Park. Getting there requires a hike.