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Health care brings questions

September 1, 2010

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as the Health Care Bill, is 2,700 pages long. Within those pages are a lot of unanswered questions.
Area business leaders and employers met Wednesday for an informational session at the SALT Block in Hickory, looking for answers to some of those questions.

Couple charged with drug possession

September 1, 2010

A Conover couple was arrested Tuesday for felony drug possession.
Shane Ray Pope, 37, and his wife Sabrina Ann Pope, 36, were charged with methamphetamine possession after a Newton Police officer pulled the couple over for a broken tail light on their 2001 GMC Yukon, said Newton Police Chief Don Brown.
The couple pulled into the parking lot of Redline Automotive in Newton, where the arresting officer found .08 grams of methamphetamine in the vehicle.
Brown said this amount of methamphetamine is the equivalent of about one dose.

Winner named for ASU tickets

September 1, 2010

O-N-E Publisher Michael Willard, left, and O-N-E Sports Editor Adam Houston picked the winning name from a box for two season tickets to Appalachian State University home football games. Odell Starnes, of Hickory, was the lucky winner of the tickets. Starnes entered the drawing after he paid a one-year subscription to The O-N-E.

Look inside The O-N-E for more opportunities to win ASU tickets, as well as tickets for other area events. Be sure to pick up Tuesday's O-N-E for chances to win CASH in the weekly Pigskin Picks contest.

Sipe’s Orchard holding fall festival

September 1, 2010

An area organization committed to serving children and their families will hold its first Bloomin’ Orchard Festival on Saturday.
Sipe’s Orchard Home will celebrate Catawba County children and their families with a festival from noon to 5 p.m. Proceeds from the event benefit the organization’s Houston House Transitional Living Center.  
“We wanted it to be something the community could enjoy,” said Brian Phelps, Sipe’s Orchard Home president. “This is an event that we can raise money and raise friends, too.”

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