Archive - Jul 16, 2013
Hickory had Shelby right where it wanted it in the first game of the Area IV semifinals on Tuesday.
However, Post 82 chipped away at an early four-run deficit inning by inning to come away with a 5-4 victory at Veterans Field at Keeter Stadium.
Shelby (31-6) leads the best-of-five series with Hickory, 1-0, and remains undefeated this postseason (7-0).
From being a three-year player for Hickory Post 48 to serving as a first-year assistant coach, the American Legion baseball journey has come full circle for Cam Beard.
The former Bunker Hill High and current Catawba College standout hopes to give back to his American Legion program and build experience toward a future in coaching and teaching.
Violet Drum Cornelius, 90, of Terrell passed away Sunday, July 14, 2013 at Sherrills Ford Hospice House.
The Cornelius family is in the care of Robert F. Bennett, Funeral Service Licensee.
A motor vehicle accident Monday night just after 8 p.m. claimed the life of a Morganton grandfather in Catawba County.
Elvis Heavner, 54, from J.B. Craig Road in Morganton died on impact when his 1991 Oldsmobile crossed the center line and struck a 1988 GMC truck driven by Dustin Pope of Newton.
The Bikes, Brews ‘n’ Views festival runs July 19-21 and celebrates the growing mountain biking scene at Beech Mountain Resort with a mix of live music, biking, beer tasting, scenic views and a hash run.
Carrie Evelyn Byers Edmondson, 83, of Maiden, passed away Friday, July 12, 2013 at Abernethy Laurels. The Edmondson family is in the care of Robert F. Bennett, Funeral Service Licensee.
Last week vandals in Conover damaged a statue that acted as a monument for the founder of Catawba County Parenting Network.
To read more of this story, pick up the Tuesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.