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The O-N-E Morning Read: Tuesday, Feb. 21

February 21, 2012

State health officials say an outbreak of illness among diners at Harbor Inn seafood last month is being traced back to tossed salad.

More details in the Tuesday print and online editions of The Observer News Enterprise.

Ex-NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield is back in the news - he’s facing felony indictments for stolen property found at his home.

A 110-pound piece of history has been delivered to Newton-Conover High School. On Monday the school officially dedicated a piece of the World Trade Center destroyed on 9-11.

Huskies eliminate Indians for second-straight year

February 21, 2012

New year. Same teams. Same result.

After falling to eventual 3A state champion Hunter Huss, 77-49, one year ago in the playoffs, St. Stephens was dealt the same fate Monday.

The Indians (15-12) fell behind in the second quarter and never caught up, losing to the Huskies (13-10) at home.

“(Huss) really came on late in the year it seems,” said Indians coach Murphy Post. “I think they are playing their best ball right now.”

Proving its right to be a playoff team, Saint took an 8-2 lead early in the ball game.

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