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Archive - May 2011

May 6th

Warrior mistakes help Bears reach CVAC final

May 6, 2011

West Caldwell committed seven errors in Friday's CVAC tournament game. Bunker Hill capitalized.

The Bears scored four runs of those errors and 10 total runs on their way a victory. Pitcher Jacob Shepherd and catcher Tyler Shook had two RBIs each in the win.

Three runs scored for the Bears in the first inning. Cole McGraw walked, Cody Ervin and Jeremy Null reached on errors. All scored later in the inning to make it 3-0.

Boater's leg amputated in accident

May 6, 2011

A boater lost part of his leg Friday morning, after he was thrown from his boat near Lake Norman Marina in Catawba County.

A 33-year-old man was on a boat alone at about 11 a.m. Friday when he made a sharp turn that threw him out of the boat, said Keith Bost, chief for Sherrills Ford-Terrell Fire and Rescue. Bost said the boat was then unmanned and going in circles in the water.

He said the unidentified man tried to dive down to avoid the boat's prop, but his legs got tangled in the motor's part.

TWO STUDENTS TO RECEIVE TEACHING FELLOWS

May 6, 2011

Out of 500 North Carolina students, two Newton-Conover High School students were accepted as Teaching Fellows for this year.

"To receive this scholarship, it is just a great feeling," said Rawdon Marroquin, a selected Teaching Fellow. "Out of the nine people from Newton-Conover who applied to get the scholarship, I was one of the two to actually receive it."

Marroquin and Ashley Bandy were NCHS's two Teaching Fellows for this year, which brings each student excitement as they plan to graduate high school and go to college.

Friday, May 7, 2011

May 6, 2011

Pauline Virginia Killian Kiziah, 95, of Conover, died Wednesday, May 4, 2011, at the Lutheran Home East. 
The Kiziah family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Drum Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Conover. 

Jean Setzer Canipe, 66, of Maiden, passed away Thursday, May 5, 2011, at Frye Regional Medical Center.  Services will be held Saturday, May 7, 2011, at Goodin-Drum Funeral Home at 2 p.m.

Paramount brings back popular brands

May 6, 2011

Paramount Automotive Group officially opened Catawba County's only Porsche, Volvo and Volkswagon dealership with a ribbon cutting on Thursday. The newly constructed 10,305 square-foot facility represents the latest innovations for the three automotive brands as well as the family operating the dealership.

'All Aboard' for Special Olympics

May 6, 2011

Athletes from Mountain View Elementary are 'all abord' for the 2011 Special Olympics at Newton-Conover High School.
The annual event continues throughout Friday and features courageous athletes from schools throughou Ctawba County.
Be sure to see the weekend edition of The O-N-E for more photos of Olympic athletes competing in this special event.

May 5th

Melton’s hit sends Trojans to CVAC semis

May 5, 2011

In a back-and-forth game between Bandys and Maiden on the baseball diamond, Daniel Melton had the final say.

The senior hit a shallow drive to left-center field to give the Trojans a clutch victory in the opening round of the CVAC baseball tournament Thursday.

Melton, who had three hits in the game, said the Trojans are used to these kinds of games.

“Our season has been like this all year,” Melton said. “It’s only taken one hit to blow a lot of games open. We just fought and got hot at the end.”

Thursday’s game included four ties and five lead changes.

NCCS names TOY

May 5, 2011

She's passionate. She has the power to teach and inspire students. And she always takes time to spread cheer to her co-workers. Who is she? Maggie Daniels — Newton-Conover City Schools' 2011-12 Teacher of the Year.
"I'm completely humbled and appreciative to be here," Daniels said, during Thursday's Teacher of the Year banquet at Newton-Conover High School.
Daniels teaches English at NCHS, where she started her career five years ago after graduating from Notre Dame University. To Daniels, she's doing more than teaching; she's following her heart's desires.

Newton approves plans to meet water, sewer needs

May 5, 2011

During the fiscal year that begins July 1 Newton plans to tackle $2.4 million in projects to rehabilitate water and sewer lines.

City leaders say those projects will not only improve decades-old infrastructure that often fails, they will also improve the city's ability to protect citizen property from fires.

Newton will also spend $373,500 on a new records management system for the police department, replacing technology that has no back-up, and if it fails could wipe out all the information the city's law enforcement maintains.

Friday, May 6, 2011

May 5, 2011

Pauline Killian Kiziah, 95, of Conover, died Wednesday, May 4, 2011, at Lutheran Home East.
Arrangements are incomplete with Drum Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Conover.

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