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Peppers, Bears Silence Panthers' offense

October 10, 2010

Julius Peppers return to Bank of America Stadium on Sunday was full of flying. The “boo birds” were heard early and often when the name of Chicago Bears’ defensive end flew in the stadium.

Peppers tipped a screen pass in the first quarter and intercepted it while on his knees as the ball fell back toward the turf. He celebrated the play by motioning for the fans to be quiet. They did the opposite.

“I loved it,” Peppers said. “I am over here now. See my shirt. I’m not for the home team so that is what I expected.”

Canine smells human remains

October 10, 2010

A search and rescue dog gave a positive alert Sunday for the presence of human remains in vehicles located near the home of a missing 10-year-old Hickory girl.
According to a search warrant, an organization specializing in recovery of persons and bodies arrived about 12:45 p.m. Sunday at Zahra Clare Baker's house, located at 21 21st Ave. NW in Hickory, and searched two vehicles located on the property.

Former Hickory High School product Austin Johnson caught his first NFL touchdown on Sunday against...
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