Late January 2011: It is above 50 degrees, so we try out the new boat at Lake Brandt. We’ve known each other since we were in the 7 th grade, and I’ve rarely seen Jeff so happy.

February 2011: Jeff purchases expensive “marine wood” to make new seats for the inexpensive boat. He refuses to paint my seat pink.

March 2011: Based on information I’ve gleaned from reading Fishing North Carolina and a few of Mike Marsh’s fishing articles in North Carolina Sportsman magazine, I decide to upgrade my fishing lures. Jeff tells me I will never catch anything with my new lures.

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Our State (full title: Our State: Down Home in North Carolina ) is a monthly magazine based in Greensboro, North Carolina , featuring travel and history articles and photographs about North Carolina people, places and events. First published in 1933 as The State magazine, the publication has become "the oldest regional publication of its kind in the country," according to the Associated Press. [1] It is a member of the City and Regional Magazine Association (CRMA). [2]

Carl Goerch, a journalist known for his newspaper work as well as "Doings of the Legislature " on WPTF radio, told potential advertisers for his new publication that they could drop their ads after the first month if they were not worth the money. On June 3, 1933, The State printed its first issue, with 2500 copies sold at ten cents each. Goerch said that from the first issue, his magazine "met a very favorable impression and kept right on growing." [3] Governor John C. B. Ehringhaus appeared on the earliest cover. Among those first advertisers who did not leave the weekly magazine were Wachovia and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company . [4]

Founded as a weekly publication in 1933, The State switched to biweekly issues in May 1954 (published every two weeks), and then to monthly issues starting in January 1973.

Late January 2011: It is above 50 degrees, so we try out the new boat at Lake Brandt. We’ve known each other since we were in the 7 th grade, and I’ve rarely seen Jeff so happy.

February 2011: Jeff purchases expensive “marine wood” to make new seats for the inexpensive boat. He refuses to paint my seat pink.

March 2011: Based on information I’ve gleaned from reading Fishing North Carolina and a few of Mike Marsh’s fishing articles in North Carolina Sportsman magazine, I decide to upgrade my fishing lures. Jeff tells me I will never catch anything with my new lures.

Welcome to Carolina Blue Magazine
Your trusted source for University of North Carolina sports for 30 years. Carolina Blue is now partnered with 247Sports, the fastest growing North Carolina community on the web!

To order the Carolina Blue magazine, manage your subscription or view the E-Edition/Express, please click on one of the links below.

Current and former Rivals.com members receiving Carolina Blue magazine, please click on Transfer Payment below for details and to ensure uninterrupted service.

Our State (full title: Our State: Down Home in North Carolina ) is a monthly magazine based in Greensboro, North Carolina , featuring travel and history articles and photographs about North Carolina people, places and events. First published in 1933 as The State magazine, the publication has become "the oldest regional publication of its kind in the country," according to the Associated Press. [1] It is a member of the City and Regional Magazine Association (CRMA). [2]

Carl Goerch, a journalist known for his newspaper work as well as "Doings of the Legislature " on WPTF radio, told potential advertisers for his new publication that they could drop their ads after the first month if they were not worth the money. On June 3, 1933, The State printed its first issue, with 2500 copies sold at ten cents each. Goerch said that from the first issue, his magazine "met a very favorable impression and kept right on growing." [3] Governor John C. B. Ehringhaus appeared on the earliest cover. Among those first advertisers who did not leave the weekly magazine were Wachovia and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company . [4]

Founded as a weekly publication in 1933, The State switched to biweekly issues in May 1954 (published every two weeks), and then to monthly issues starting in January 1973.

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Late January 2011: It is above 50 degrees, so we try out the new boat at Lake Brandt. We’ve known each other since we were in the 7 th grade, and I’ve rarely seen Jeff so happy.

February 2011: Jeff purchases expensive “marine wood” to make new seats for the inexpensive boat. He refuses to paint my seat pink.

March 2011: Based on information I’ve gleaned from reading Fishing North Carolina and a few of Mike Marsh’s fishing articles in North Carolina Sportsman magazine, I decide to upgrade my fishing lures. Jeff tells me I will never catch anything with my new lures.

Welcome to Carolina Blue Magazine
Your trusted source for University of North Carolina sports for 30 years. Carolina Blue is now partnered with 247Sports, the fastest growing North Carolina community on the web!

To order the Carolina Blue magazine, manage your subscription or view the E-Edition/Express, please click on one of the links below.

Current and former Rivals.com members receiving Carolina Blue magazine, please click on Transfer Payment below for details and to ensure uninterrupted service.

Late January 2011: It is above 50 degrees, so we try out the new boat at Lake Brandt. We’ve known each other since we were in the 7 th grade, and I’ve rarely seen Jeff so happy.

February 2011: Jeff purchases expensive “marine wood” to make new seats for the inexpensive boat. He refuses to paint my seat pink.

March 2011: Based on information I’ve gleaned from reading Fishing North Carolina and a few of Mike Marsh’s fishing articles in North Carolina Sportsman magazine, I decide to upgrade my fishing lures. Jeff tells me I will never catch anything with my new lures.

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