Archive - Aug 8, 2011
A Maiden man is dead after he apparently drowned in Lake Norman on Saturday.
Divers recovered the body of Marlowe D. Young, 35, of Maiden on Sunday after searching for the man who apparently drowned while swimming to shore a day before. Â
Authorities say Young was boating with three friends on Saturday close to channel marker B2 on Lake Norman. At about 4 p.m., Young and some of the friends jumped off the rental pontoon boat and tried to swim to Goat Island, which was close by. Â
If you walk throughout the campus of Catawba Valley Community College, there are not many areas that are off limits. It is a place that administrators say is â€śvery open and public,â€ť and in the end is an educational tool that serves the societal group within its name â€“ the community.
â€¨â€śOur general areas are all open to the public,â€ť said CVCC President Dr. Garrett Hinshaw.
SUMTER, S.C.â€” A brawl after a play at the plate has put American Legion baseball teams from North Carolina and Georgia out of a regional baseball tournament in Sumter.
The decision to remove both teams from the Southeast Regional Tournament came after organizers consulted with national American Legion officials.
The fight erupted after Cherryville Post 100 scored two runs in the fourth inning to increase its lead to 4-0 over Douglasville, Ga., Post 145 on Sunday morning.
Searchers recovered the body of a Maiden man who apparently drowned Saturday while trying to swim to an island at Lake Norman.
Thirty rescuers resumed a search early Sunday but didn't find the body until mid-afternoon, a spokesman for the Iredell County Sheriff's Department said.
The sheriff's office identified the man as Marlowe Demar Young, 35, of Maiden. His body was taken to the medical examiner's office in Mooresville, the spokesman said.
As members of Congress debated deep cuts to federal spending, workers were busy inside the Capitol Hill office of GOP Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry.
The renovations included laying new carpet, a new coat of paint for the walls, hanging drapes and unboxing new furniture.
McHenry, an outspoken conservative from Cherryville whose district stretches from the suburbs of Charlotte west into the Blue Ridge, said through a spokesman the work had been scheduled for months and that the new furniture was needed to replace old wooden desks that were "basically falling apart."