Archive - Dec 6, 2012
Donald E. Black, age 70, of Newton passed away Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012 at Presbyterian Hospital Hunterville. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Burke Mortuary in Maiden.
Tuttle Elementary School students from all grade levels cheered with excitement on Tuesday, Dec. 4 when ex-NFL Giants running back, Lee Rouson visited. School principal DeAnna Finger said the visit has been long overdue as the school has been trying to get a speaker for many years now.
After 26 years as head football coach at Bandys High School, Randy Lowman has coached hundreds of players on the field.
Some of Lowman's former and current players reflected on their coach after learning of his retirement on Wednesday.
Down its closer in Carmelo Anthony late in Wednesday's game against the Charlotte Bobcats, the New York Knicks turned to J.R. Smith.
He made a very worthy replacement.
Smith nailed a 20-foot fadeaway jump shot over top of Bobcats' rookie Michael Kidd-Gilchrist to lift the Knicks to a 100-98 victory in dramatic fashion at Time Warner Cable Arena.
Brittany Moss scored 23 points to help the Bandys girls basketball team come away with a 51-point victory Wednesday in Hickory against St. Stephens, 102-51.
Haleigh Lackey added 18 points and Morgan Bibey chipped in 17 points for Bandys (3-0).
Autumn Williams led Saint (1-3) with 15 points, while Jodi Kerley added 13 points.
North Lincoln 59, Maiden 51