Archive - Mar 3, 2011
Fourteen straight for their second straight.
The Lady Red Devils (25-3) scored 14 consecutive points to open the fourth quarter and blowed open a five-point third quarter lead on their way to a win against Thomasville in the Regional semifinals.
Newton-Conover will meet Salisbury (25-1) in Greensboro in the Regional final Saturday at 4 p.m. for the second straight season.
Two freshmen stole the show in the first of two 2A Womens' Regional semifinal games Thursday.
Bandys' Madi Story scored 10 points in the first half, but it was Salisbury's Brielle Blaire who had the final say. Blaire scored 11 points in the third quarter to push the Hornets into Friday's Regional final. Salisbury defeated Bandys 61-44. The Lady Hornets advance to play Newton-Conover in the West Region Finals on Saturday.
Pervie James Hovis, 94, of Lincolnton, passed away Wednesday, March 2, 2011, at Lincoln Nursing Center. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Willis-Reynolds Funeral Home and Crematory in Newton.
Betty Sue Setzer Geiger, 80, of Newton, passed away Wednesday, March 2, 2011, at Palliative CareCenter and Hospice of Catawba Valley. Memorials may be made to Palliative Care Center and Hospice of Catawba Valley, 3975 Robinson Road, Newton, NC 28658.
Police say the Hickory man shot and killed by Oklahoma officers was going through a difficult time and wanted law enforcement to take his life.
Police fired eight shots at Brian Dollarhide, 30, in Perry, Okla., early Tuesday morning in what officers are calling suicide by cop.
Perry Police Chief Brian Thomas said Thursday that Dollarhide was separated from his wife, who reported Dollarhide had suicidal thoughts.
An area toddler will be featured on a North Carolina travel magazine cover after she was selected among hundreds of other children to win a photo contest.
The photograph Matt and Alicia Anderson snapped of their then 8-month-old daughter, Ava, will appear on the 2011 cover of Beach Times magazine after an online contest, where Facebook users voted for their favorite vacation photograph among eight finalists.
The dress, the shoes, the flowers and the dinner â€” those items can add up to a costly prom night for area students.
But students and their parents don't have to spend a lot of money to ensure a fun, safe and memorable prom night. Area organizations are working to provide clothes and services to prom-going students at little or no cost.
Hickory High School's prom closet
Students at Hickory High School will have the option to get free evening wear for their prom night through the school's sixth annual prom closet.