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Archive - Jan 2013

January 8th

GRAND OPENING

January 8, 2013

The Blue Moon Tavern opened Monday in downtown Newton in the former Artist Cafe building at the corner of North Main and West First Street. Friday night the restaurant hosted a “soft grand opening” that raised funds for the Levine Children hospital and tested the kitchen staff on their culinary skills.
See tomorrows OUTLOOK for additional information on the Blue Moon Tavern.

January 7th

Lady Tigers’ Robinson returns after ACL injury

January 8, 2013

Brooke Robinson has rebounded many times in her prep basketball career at Fred T. Foard, but none bigger than tonight against South Caldwell. 

The 6-foot senior post player for the Lady Tigers makes her debut on the court against the Lady Spartans after suffering a debilitating injury during this past summer.

Newton-Conover City Schools first fitness challenge reaps positive results

January 7, 2013

The Newton-Conover City Schools completed its first Fall- Fitness Challenge 2012 for employees of the district. 

The challenge was to complete 150 minutes of exercise per week for four weeks (600 min. or 10 hours) prior to the holidays. 

January 6th

Kemba Walker leads Bobcats past Pistons in OT

January 7, 2013

It's not quite a winning streak, but after losing 18 straight, coming out on top in two out of three games is close enough.

Kemba Walker had 20 points and seven assists, Ben Gordon scored 18 points and the Charlotte Bobcats beat the Detroit Pistons 108-101 in overtime Sunday night for just their second win in 21 games.

January 5th

Bucs open new year on court with 99-82 victory

January 6, 2013

The Catawba Valley Community College men's basketball team kicked off the new year by defeating South Carolina Sports Academy 99-82 on Saturday.

Five Bucs players scored in double figures, led by Josh McClain with 22 points.

Preston Early chipped in 18 points for CVCC (10-4), while Isaiah Cuthbertson recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Panthers coach Rivera to return for third season

January 5, 2013

Ron Rivera will return as coach of the Carolina Panthers next season following his team's strong finish.

Panthers spokesman Charlie Dayton said Rivera met with owner Jerry Richardson Saturday morning and was informed that he will return for a third season. Rivera has two years on his current contract.

"He's going about normal preparations for next season," Dayton said.

January 4th

PREP NOTEBOOK: Friday's prep scoreboard

January 5, 2013

Boys basketball scores
Newton-Conover 57, Bandys 44
South Iredell 67, Bunker Hill 64
Fred T. Foard 61, Alexander Central 45
South Caldwell 55, St. Stephens 54
West Caldwell 72, Maiden 53
Hickory 74, Watauga 72

Girls basketball scores
Bandys 53, Newton-Conover 29
South Iredell 72, Bunker Hill 39
Fred T. Foard 54, Alexander Central 45

Kyrie Irving's late jumper lifts Cavs past Bobcats

January 5, 2013

Cleveland's Kyrie Irving scored 33 points on Friday against the Charlotte Bobcats, but none were more important than his final two.

With one second left, Irving connected on a 12-foot jumper over top of Charlotte's Jeffery Taylor, lifting the Cavaliers to a 106-104 victory against the Bobcats at Time Warner Cable Arena.

AP Source: Panthers owner to meet with Rivera

January 4, 2013

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson has scheduled a meeting with Ron Rivera Saturday morning to discuss the coach's future with the team, said a person familiar with the situation.

The person spoke to The Associated Press Friday on condition of anonymity because the meeting has not been publically announced.

Water heater leads to garage fire

January 4, 2013

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