Archive - Nov 16, 2013
LINCOLNTON â€” Lincoln County Sheriffâ€™s detectives have charged two Catawba County teens with break-ins to vehicles at a business on Smokey Dan Kennel Road.
A neighbor on his way home from work noticed a man holding a flashlight standing in the parking lot of Jerryâ€™s Body Shop and Used Cars.
MAIDEN â€” February marked a major turning point for one local 18-hole golf club.
Early morning on Feb. 22, neighbors called 9-1-1 after hearing an explosion and seeing flames at Glen Oaks Golf Club in Maiden.
The fire originated in the kitchen of the clubhouse and spread throughout the building, leaving only the facade standing in the ashes.
CATAWBA â€” Flames lit up the darkness early Friday morning in Catawba.
At 1:35 a.m. Catawba Volunteer Fire Department responded to a mobile home fire at 5570 Kids Drive.
To read more of this story, pick up the weekend edition (Saturday through Monday) of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
MAIDEN â€” Tuning up for a rematch with East Lincoln, the Maiden football teamâ€™s offense kicked it into overdrive.
Quarterback Jake McRee threw five touchdown passes, including three to Kyle Kelly, leading the Blue Devils to a 35-0 victory against Forbush at Blue Devil Stadium.
WEST JEFFERSON â€” Bunker Hill overcame six turnovers to defeat Ashe County, 20-17, on Friday in the first round of the 2A playoffs.
In other playoff action, Bandys lost a close road game to conference rival East Lincoln, while Hickory fell by two touchdowns to Pisgah in Canton.