The Lumberton Observer hopes it can establish itself as a community supported online Newspaper that provides its community with all the news that’s fit to print. We want you, the readers, to be our main source of news. We want you to be our contributors, reporters, and editors. If you are an expert in some area that would interest the Lumberton community, than we might just want you to write about it for your community paper – the “Lumberton Observer.” We want to establish a relationship with the police and fire department to keep us informed of what is going on in Lumberton. We want the Lumberton Chamber of Commerce to tell us who is doing what. What new businesses are coming to town. For the Lumberton Observer to succeed, we need the help of its community. Thank you, David Hearne & David Lisenby.
Mike Fuljenz, President of Universal Coin & Bullion, Ltd., was recently awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award. The Better Business Bureau congratulates Mike and continues to thank him for his support as a BBB Accredited Business since October 1995.
America's Gold Expert® Mike Fuljenz Honored At 2013 World's Fair of Money
America's Gold Expert®, Universal Coin & Bullion President Mike Fuljenz, received multiple awards during the annual World's Fair of Money, including one of the profession's most esteemed honors, for his consumer protection and education work in rare coins and precious metals.
Rosemont, IL (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
Mike Fuljenz, President of Universal Coin & Bullion, Ltd. (http://www.UniversalCoin.com) of Beaumont, Texas, was honored at the World's Fair of MoneySM with six prestigious awards, including one of the profession's highest accolades, for his educational writing, consumer advocacy and service to the rare coin and precious metals community.
Sponsored annually by the nonprofit American Numismatic Association, the World's Fair of Money is the largest international event in the United States for collectors and dealers from around the world.
Drew Manley runs for extra yardage after stiff-arming a would-be Patriot tackler
The Lumberton Raiders started their new season under the direction of a new head coach Friday night with a loss to a tough Goose Creek Memorial Patriots team, 23-20. Scoring started early in the game when, during the opening drive, Lumberton lost the ball on a fumble near their own goal line. The result of the fumble netted the Patriots their first two points on a safety.
A similar episode of black mob violence happened just a few days ago in Memphis. And a few days before that in St. Paul. And before that in Burlington. And before that in Delaware, New Haven, Madison, Denver, Flint, Peoria, Springfield, Greensboro, Green Bay, and on and on and on.
This is a long list with more than 500 cases of recent black mob violence in more than 100 cities, big and small, many on video - and all unreported as being part of an epidemic of black mob violence throughout America.
At 16 years old my life was somewhat that of a typical athlete. I was a bit rough around the edges, but I was independent. On May 30, 1990 in a matter of seconds my life changed forever.
I was jumping on a trampoline and I landed wrong in the center of it. Instant paralysis left me an incomplete quadriplegic. I wondered how I was going to be able to live this way. Then I thought I have to and I need to make the best of what I have, although not easy to do.
Through the years I learned to adapt and be happy with what my new life was, but there was always something missing. That athlete in me was always there, I just didn't have a way to be in that physical sense. However it was always in my heart.
Over 20 years after my accident, my childhood friend, Amie James, contacted me on Facebook and asked me if I wanted to a race with her. When we were younger we would run the roads and have our own competitions together.