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CVCC Runs Over Milligan

December 2, 2010

Catawba Valley’s Tyree Griffin jumps Thursday to pass the ball along the baseline and avoids going out of bounds as Milligan’s Weston McQueeney goes down. McQueeney was injured on the play. Ramon Herrera led CVCC with 15 points in the Buccaneers’ 94-46 win at home.

Residents mourn at memorial

December 2, 2010

Zahra Baker's obituary said she was a determined, outgoing child.
That spirit was reflected Thursday at the child's public memorial service in Hickory.
The service included a picture slideshow of Zahra in happier times: playing miniature golf, sticking out her tongue, hugging her father, riding on a motorcycle and playing with a snake.
Dozens attended Thursday's memorial service at Drum Funeral Home in Hickory. The number paled in comparison to the hundreds of people who participated in a candlelight vigil held in downtown Hickory on Nov. 16, what would have been Zahra's 11th birthday.

Bakers' appointed attorneys removed

December 2, 2010

Capital defenders appointed to represent Zahra Baker's father and stepmother were removed from their positions Wednesday.

The North Carolina Capital Defender's Office in Raleigh confirmed the removal Thursday, saying the provisional counsel appointments weren't meant to be long term.

Lisa Dubs and Mark Killian, two Hickory attorneys were appointed to represent Elisa and Adam Baker, respectively, on what the Capital Defender's Office called "imminent" murder charges in Zahra's death.

Friday, December 3, 2010

December 2, 2010

James Thomas Munday, 67, of Lincolnton, passed away Dec. 1, 2010, at CMC–Lincoln following a lengthy illness. A memorial service will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Open Word Holiness Church in Newton with the Rev. Matthew Sparks officiating.

Norma Barnes Harris, 73, of Conover, passed Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2010, at Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory, surrounded by her three loving children. The Harris family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Drum Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Conover.  

Sheriff retires after 28 years

December 2, 2010

Sheriff David Huffman can still catch criminals -- it just might take him a little longer than it used to.

But that's OK, Huffman said Thursday, because a new sheriff will soon be in town.

Huffman, 65, retires Friday after 28 years as the county's top law enforcement official.

"There comes a time in a person's life when you know it's time to step down," he said. "And this is the time."

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