Archive - Jun 22, 2012
At 6 feet 7 inches tall, itâ€™s hard not to take notice of Crawdads pitcher Phil Klein, but itâ€™s what he is doing on the field that is really turning heads.
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With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning, Davis Hanvey singled to give Post 48 its second non-divisional win in four days over visiting Moundsville (W.Va.) at Henkel-Alley Field, 8-7.
Hickory rallied in the bottom of the seventh down 7-5 to win the game and improve to 13-2 overall on the season.
Cole McGraw picked up the win in relief.
SONOMA, Calif. â€” It's been a continuous search for consistency at Chip Ganassi Racing, where the NASCAR program has never matched the performance levels of its dominant IndyCar entries.
But there's no bitterness from Juan Pablo Montoya or Jamie McMurray, who have watched from afar as IndyCar counterparts Dario Franchitti and Scott Dixon race for wins and championships every year.
Leonard “Cooter” Wayne Little, 69, of Conover, passed away on Thursday, June 21, 2012, at his residence. The Little family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Drum Funeral Home & Cremation in Conover.
Catawba County's biodiesel research facility officially opened almost a year ago, but one county leader is opposed to spending any more tax dollars on the facility.
This year’s annual meeting of the Catawba County Historical Association is “Going to the Dogs.”
The jobless rate is up not just for Catawba County, but the entire Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton region.
While the unemployment rates are up and still above 10 percent, information released by the state's department of commerce revealed the jobless rates are still well below those issued for the same time last year.