November 4th, 2014
House Speak Thom Tillis has defeated incumbent Senator Kay Hagan for the 2014 U.S. Senate election in North Carolina.
A season ago, the Newton-Conover boys soccer team made four shutouts against their opponents.
This season on the pitch, the Red Devils have recorded 15 shutouts in 23 games.
Newton-Conover aims for another one tonight when they host Central Academy in the third round of the 2A playoffs.
The Fred T. Foard boys soccer team has a rare chance at redemption tonight when it hosts Marvin Ridge in the third round of the 3A playoffs.
The Tigers (19-5-2) played the Mavericks (15-7-1) last season in the 3A West Region finals â€” a game that featured high-speed winds and cold rains turning into snow as the game progressed.
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Below is a look at Wednesday's third-round playoff schedule involving Catawba County boys soccer teams:
Central Academy (19-5-1) at Newton-Conover (22-1), 6 p.m.
Marvin Ridge (15-7-1) at Fred T. Foard (19-5-2), 6:30 p.m.
Pamela Parlier Lowman 57 of Hickory passed away Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Catawba Regional Hospice. The Lowman family is in the care of Bennett Funeral Service of Conover, 828-465-2111.
Things are starting to settle down here," said Claremont Fire Chief Bart Travis as he stepped into a closed session meeting with the city council. "We're getting back to focusing on what we need to be focusing on."
The Saturday before election day, the Balls Creek Republican Fish Fry draws candidates out for an afternoon of fellowship, food and entertainment. Each year, the organizers of the event aim to include a keynote speaker from the highest election on that docket.
For the 15th time this season, the Newton-Conover boys soccer team recorded a shutout on Monday.
The Red Devils (22-1) scored to goals early and added two goals in the second half, pulling away for the 4-0 victory against Lexington.
Heavy rain and lightning forced Maiden to move its home football contest with East Lincoln to Monday night.
The Mustangs handed the Blue Devils a 48-13 loss on Monday night at Blue Devil Stadium, dropping Maidenâ€™s record to 5-5 overall and 2-4 in conference games.