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Lenoir-Rhyne confirms Houston's departure as coach

January 8, 2014

Lenoir-Rhyne University released a statement Wednesday confirming the departure of head football coach Mike Houston.

In the statement released at 11:21 a.m., school officials said the following:

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

January 8, 2014

Alma Elizabeth Seagle Reitzel, age 91, of Newton, passed away Monday, Jan. 6, 2014 at Shannon Gray Nursing Home in Jamestown, N.C. Burke Mortuary in Newton is serving the Reitzel family.

BREAKING: Houston resigns, heading for Citadel

January 8, 2014

Lenoir-Rhyne head football coach Mike Houston has resigned from his position.

Houston's resignation comes on the heels of a Monday meeting with The Citadel for the school's opening for a head football coach.

Houston led Lenoir-Rhyne to a 13-2 record this past season, guiding the Bears to a National Championship game appearance — their first since 1962 and first-ever in NCAA Div. II.

Indian swimmers win boys, girls county titles again

January 8, 2014

HICKORY — For the third-straight year, the St. Stephens swim program can boast its the best in Catawba County.

The Indians swept the boys and girls team titles at Tuesday’s fourth annual Catawba County Swimming Championships — the third in as many years that they’ve done so.

PREP NOTEBOOK: Tuesday's sports scores

January 8, 2014

Below is a look at Tuesday's prep sports scores across Catawba County:

Boys basketball
East Lincoln 64, Bunker Hill 49
Fred T. Foard 65, Hibriten 61
Lincolnton 50, Bandys 42
Newton-Conover 95, West Lincoln 33
St. Stephens 68, Patton 57
West Caldwell 50, Maiden 30

Girls basketball
Bandys 80, Lincolnton 20
Bunker Hill 43, East Lincoln 19

One on O-N-E: How are you staying warm in the cold?

January 8, 2014

On Tuesday afternoon, the Observer News Enterprise visited local people in the city of Newton to pose the question, “How are you staying warm through the cold weather?”

O-N-E Staff Reporter Jimmy Hilton asked this question to three people and took down their responses.

Recycling Rolls Out in the city of Conover

January 8, 2014

Keeping the streets of Conover clean is not an easy task, but Keith Lynch and his crew are up to the challenge.

Lynch, who is the city's Solid Waste supervisor, said their jobs include picking up the garbage, lawn debris and recycling.

“Conover, Newton and Hickory are the three major cities in Catawba County that handle garbage and recycling,” Lynch said.

Maiden hadn’t made many mistakes in its first three football games this season. Game No. 4 Friday...
With a 24-6 lead at halftime, the St. Stephens football team appeared heading for its second win of...
Below is a look at prep football scores from Catawba County, as well as across the state: Catawba...

 

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