Archive - Feb 7, 2014
On Saturday, March 29, the streets of Conover will be filled with runners helping to give back to their community.
At least this is the hope of State Trooper Kelly Stewart.
Stewart and other officers of Troop F worked together to organize last yearâ€™s Trooper 5K and Fun Run, which has now become an annual event.
Clifton Smith has been appointed by Gov. Pat McCrory to fill Judge L. Suzanne Owsleyâ€™s remaining term in 25th Prosecutorial District.
The appointed of Smith was officially announced on Friday.
Smith has served as the chief assistant district attorney for the past three years and has worked as an assistant district attorney since 2006.
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder.
That couldnâ€™t be more true than in the case of Newton-Conover senior wrestler Junior Hewitt.
Following a two-year removal from wrestling after suffering a gruesome injury, Hewitt has proven himself a valuable asset for the Red Devils this season.
From St. Stephens High School to a Limestone College St. Bernard, Stephen Carpenter made his college decision official on Friday.
With his parents and head coach Wayne Hicks present, Carpenter signed to play for Limestone College this fall.
Below is a look at Friday's prep sports scores involving Catawba County teams:<
Bunker Hill 60, Bandys 52
Hickory 42, Fred T. Foard 38
Newton-Conover 74, Lincolnton 52
South Caldwell 66, St. Stephens 58
West Lincoln 44, Maiden 35
Bandys 71, Bunker Hill 35
Hickory 68, Fred T. Foard 13
Maiden _, West Lincoln _