Archive - May 23, 2012
The third time was the charm for the CVCC baseball team.
In just their third season, the Buccaneers will compete Saturday at the National Junior College Athletic Association Div. II World Series in Enid, Okla.
To read more on this story, pick up the Thursday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
The Fred T. Foard softball team hosts North Iredell in the first game of a best-of-three West Regional championship series today.
The Lady Tigers (23-4), who won in the 10th inning against Franklin on Tuesday to advance to the title series, would also host a third game, if necessary, on Saturday at 7 p.m.
CHARLOTTE â€” Sprint Cup champion Rusty Wallace hated running second to anyone and doesn't plan to start now that he's part of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Wallace, the 1989 series champion who won 55 races, headed the group of five picked Wednesday as NASCAR's newest Hall of Famers. The others selected were Leonard Wood, Herb Thomas, Cotton Owens and Buck Baker.
Leaders of a planned protest against Maiden pastor Charles Worley are scrambling to find a place to demonstrate just two days before thousands are expected to descend on Catawba County.
Maiden is still buzzing with talk of gays, lesbians, protests and pastors two days after a local preacher’s anti-gay remarks sparked a national controversy.
Town residents say recent comments made by pastor Charles Worley do not represent the town or its people.
At least four people were transported to hospitals this afternoon following a three-vehicle wreck on N.C. 10 in Newton.
The wreck, which happened about 3 p.m. just west of U.S. 321 Business, stalled traffic on N.C. 10.
At 4:15 p.m., emergency crews were still working to free one person from a vehicle involved in the crash.
Controversy continues swirling around a Maiden church where the pastor called for gay people to be cordoned in an electric fence and eradicated.
Follow the story as it develops in the Wednesday edition of The O-N-E, and see video from Pastor Charles Worleyâ€™s sermon online: http://www.observernewsonline.com/content/pastors-sermon-stirs-controversy.