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New start for old house

April 29, 2011

Two women stood beside a simple brick house, gazing fondly at the structure like an old friend.

For one woman, the house is her past. For the other, it is her future.
Clydie Hunsucker Beal, of Conover, grew up in the two-story house on N.C. 16. Her parents, Clyde and Ruby Hunsucker, built the house in 1948 after her father returned home from serving in World War II.

"He planted everything on the property," Beal said. "He said he wore out three shovels planting."

NCMS organizes charity tournament

April 29, 2011

Next weekend, the Newton and Conover communities will bond to help one its own.

A 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament is being organized for former Newton-Conover High School boys' basketball coach Steve Lytton, who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer.

The "Play It Forward" tournament, which is 8 a.m. May 7 at Newton-Conover Middle School, will benefit Lytton in his fight against cancer.
The idea for the tournament was originally established by one of Lytton's relatives.

Baker's worthless check charges dismissed

April 29, 2011

NEWTON (AP) — The father of a North Carolina girl killed last year is no longer facing worthless check charges in Catawba County.

The charges against Adam Baker were dismissed Friday in Superior Court in Newton. Baker's lawyer, Mark Killian, says the Australian native has made restitution in the case.

Baker was accused of writing bad checks for around $240 to local grocery stores.

He still faces other charges, including felony identity theft and obtaining property by false pretense.

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