Archive - 2014
Some Catawba County residents have recieved letters about their property information that has Donna Spencer, Register of Deeds, concerned.
The letters, distributed by Record Transfer Services, ask property owners to pay a document fee of $83 to receive their property deeds.
The porch swings in front of each tent at Balls Creek Campground are the center pieces for family discussion and a meeting place for family and friends to get together.
Flynn Lee Loftin 77 of Maiden died Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at Catawba Valley Medical Center. The Loftin family is in the care of Bennett Funeral Service of Conover, 828-465-2111.
Jonathan Birchfield, a Conover native and Newton-Conover High School alum, will be making his way to Newton to perform at this year's 125 Soldiers Reunion.
Birchfield will open for the Confederate Railroad on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. This will be Birchfield's first time in 25 years that he will be making his way back home for Soldiers Reunion and his first time performing at the event.
The brand new home of the South Newton Tigers is ready for the start of the school year? almost.
Construction is wrapping up with the exception of landscaping and teachers and staff have begun to move into their new building.
To read more of this story, pick up the Thursday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
Louise â€śCliffordâ€ť Smith Wilkenloh, 78, of Grace Ridge Retirement Center in Morganton, NC, passed away peacefully in the arms of her life-long friend, Rosemary Clower, on Tuesday, August 5, after a courageous battle with bone cancer.
Dog name: Amber
Description: female, 1 year 8 months, yellow, Labrador Retriever mix
Jack ReVelle knows how close North Carolina came to being transformed by a mushroom cloud into a radioactive wasteland from the 1961 Broken Arrow incident in the sky near Goldsboro. ReVelle was the young Air Force weapons disposal special..
The making of sculptures in wood has been practiced around the world for many years and has maintained an important element of art history in many cultures. Woodcarvers are artists that let their expression shine through the different sculptures and intricate details they make.
Modern-day treasure hunters are sweeping across Catawba County, looking for items ranging from earrings and gift cards to tiny pieces of paper where they add their names to a list.