Archive - Dec 11, 2012
Andrew Stephen Irby, 26, of Hickory died Friday Dec. 7, 2012 at Frye Regional Medical Center. The family will receive friends from 2-3 p.m. Friday Dec. 14, at Jenkins Funeral Home.
On Sunday, Dec. 9, the Newton Police Department served a Grand Jury Indictment on Dewey Roy Stennette, of 822 N. Davis Ave. Newton.
Bandys High School is trading one Lowman for another as its football coach next fall.
The Trojans announced Tuesday that Trent Lowman, the youngest son of retiring head coach Randy Lowman, will take his father's place as the head coach at Bandys.
Trent Lowman has spent the past four seasons as the defensive coordinator for the Bandys football program.
Catawba County Chairwoman Kitty Barnes, Catawba Valley Medical Center President Tony Rose and dignitaries symbolically open the new Pavilion at CVMC on Monday.
Bandys High School has called for a noon press conference today to name only its fifth football coach in the past 49 years.
After head coach Randy Lowman decided to step down as head football coach after 26 years, as well as athletic director effective Dec. 31, Bandys High School announced it would have a replacement named either this past Friday or today.
Weather was a factor for the Newton Police Department, Conover Police Department and N.C. Highway Patrol, on Friday, Dec. 7.
The three departments worked together late Friday evening to conduct a drunk driving checkpoint at the intersection of N.C. 16 and E 20th Street in Newton.
Unlike his previous two trips to Charlotte, Stephen Curry said he didn't have any butterflies as he stepped on the court Monday night.
Call it veteran experience â€” or maybe it's just supreme confidence given the way he's playing right now.
The Catawba Valley Community College men's basketball team suffered a setback to Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute on Monday, falling 81-79 at the Tarlton Complex.
K.J. Jones scored 26 points to lead CCCTI (1-3), while teammate Cordaris Townes added 12 points.
Caldwell led 43-41 at halftime.