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Newton fender-bender

June 23, 2011

Newton Police Capt. Kevin Yarborough inspects a car accident in front of the First United Methodist Church in Newton Thursday.

A woman driving a black Toyota Camry was driving down N. Main Ave. when she slammed into the back of Honda Civic parked in front of First Methodist.

Newton fire department and police department responded to the accident. There were no injuries.

NCHS to get new K-9, SRO

June 23, 2011

Students at Newton-Conover High school will notice a new face roaming the halls of their school next year — only this one will walk on four legs.
Newton City Council recently approved a budget that included funding for an additional K-9 police officer to be handled by a new school resource officer Jeff Longstreet.
The K-9 will be with Longstreet every day, said Newton Police Chief Don Brown.
“It’s not a great need at the schools, but I thought it would be a good tool there,” Brown said.

Storms continue in county

June 23, 2011

Access to one of Catawba County’s most historic structures is temporarily closed after strong storms and winds toppled over trees in the area.

Strong winds blew about five trees across the trail Wednesday that provides walking access to the Bunker Hill Covered Bridge, forcing county officials to close the famous landmark temporarily.

“The trail is closed for a period of time until we can get the trees cut and cleared,” said Melinda Herzog, executive director of the Catawba County Historical Association. “The bridge was spared. The bridge is fine, and we are very grateful for that.”

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