Archive - Jan 17, 2012
Catawba County commemorates the life and lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and The O-N-E delivers the details in the Tuesday edition.
In Newton, elected officials are at odds with the cityâ€™s planning commission when it comes to temporary signs advertising businesses and fundraisers. City council will make a decision on policy changes tonight.
Alarm bells are ringing in Conover thanks to a grant that delivers carbon monoxide detectors to city residents. Citizens in Newton, Conover and Hickory can get free carbon monoxide alarms - find out how in the Tuesday O-N-E.
Nearly three months to the day his pick-up truck rolled three times in a ditch near Balls Creek Road, Jackson Gilliam is looking forward to spring baseball season.
Gilliam, a 5-foot-11-.inch junior at Bandys, suffered damage to his vertebrae, right hip, shoulder blade and face, and suffered from a concussion, internal bleeding and a collapsed lung from the accident.
The outlook on his health was fair, at best.
â€śHe wasnâ€™t supposed to be released from anything for three months of the date of the accident,â€ť said Jacksonâ€™s mother, Janet.
The application process in the search for the next Maiden football coach ended Friday, with about 55 candidates applying for the position, according to assistant AD Butch Parker.
â€śWeâ€™ve got some quality candidates,â€ť Parker said Friday before the Blue Devilsâ€™ home wrestling match against Bunker Hill.
According to a source, the list of rumored names who applied for the position includes:
â€˘ Doug McRee, a long-time Bandys assistant coach and current three-year member of the Maiden coaching staff.