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Our resolution: To write more

We have had a less than productive year in 2015, with only three posts (four if you count the New Year’s entry) gracing the site — one of which was recycled. IndieRegister founders Corey Friedman and William R. Toler have been busy at … Continue reading

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9 years down the ‘Shabby Road’

It seems a bit ironic that the first issue of the Independent Register rolled of the presses the day following the 36th anniversary of The Beatles’ classic album “Abbey Road.” It wasn’t planned. In fact, it was only just realized, … Continue reading

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It’s that time again…

It hardly seems like eight years since the first grueling weekend of news coverage& late-night layout sessions resulting in the eight-page first effort of a short-lived dream come true. This year’s anniversary post will be a bit different. How many … Continue reading

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The more things change…

It’s now been seven years since the first issues of the Independent Register rolled off the presses at Carteret Publishing. This was after a grueling weekend of crisscrossing Craven County covering multiple community events and local high school football games … Continue reading

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Six years gone and the dream lives on

It’s now been six years since the first issue of the Independent Register rolled off the presses and was distributed across CravenCounty. A dream of three budding journalists fulfilled after three days of writing, editing and designing. The product of … Continue reading

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Four years ago…

Four years ago, something new came to the “Bear City.” Four years ago, the dream of three young men came true. Four years ago, the first issue of the Independent Register hit countertops, wire racks and crude news boxes across … Continue reading

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Branching out

Readers of the Independent Register will soon have a new medium to receive information. In an effort to combine different media formats,  Managing Editor William R. Toler has decided to start making documentaries. Independent Register films will be a collaboration between the I.R. … Continue reading

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Best of the Blog 2008

What was the best story posted on IndieRegister.com this year? The decision is yours. As the sandtimer runs out on 2008 and your humble editors have failed to select the blog’s best posts, we’re asking you to make the decision … Continue reading

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Third anniversary of the first I.R.

By William R. Toler Most people can’t remember what they did three hours ago…much less three years ago. But I can remember exactly…well, approximately…what I was doing three years ago at this very moment…just after midnight on Sept. 27, 2005. … Continue reading

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Reflection: An inside look

By William R. Toler As the third anniversary of the first issue approaches, nostalgia sets in. Here is a look back…at a look inside Fort Insanity…and the pinnacle of publication of Craven County’s (former) alternative news source: It’s 3 o’clock … Continue reading

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I.R. founders bleed red, white and blue

By William R. Toler Let it not be said that the three founders of the Independent Register are not patriotic. To the contrary, we are patriots in the truest form. We stand for the ideals this country was founded on. … Continue reading

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