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Catawba County sports this week

January 9, 2012

Tuesday, Jan. 10
Bandys basketball at South Iredell
Bandys wrestling vs. South Iredell HS
Bunker Hill wrestling vs. West Caldwell, 7 p.m.
Bunker Hill basketball at West Caldwell
Fred T. Foard basketball at St. Stephens
Fred T. Foard wrestling vs. St. Stephens, 6 p.m.
Maiden basketball vs. East Burke
Maiden wrestling at East Burke, 7 p.m.
N-C basketball at Draughn
N-C wrestling vs. Draughn, 7 p.m.
St. Stephens basketball vs. Foard
NWC swim meet at Hickory YMCA

Wednesday, Jan. 11
N-C swimming at Valdese
NWC meet at Lenoir

Mobile apps link residents, services

January 9, 2012

Conover’s newest tech upgrade puts a host of city services in the palm of your hand — for free.

The city launched its “Conover Mobile” application recently, giving cell phone and tablet users an all-access look at the city virtually anywhere.

The web portal has already won a state award.

Conover was notified in December it was a second quarterly winner of the Government Innovation Grant award, a program intended to reward technology-based innovation across governments through incentives.

N.C. Bar places injunction on Conover attorney

January 9, 2012

The N.C. State Bar placed an injunction on a Newton attorney and requested more of his financial records.

A Wake County Superior Court judge ordered Friday that a preliminary injunction be placed on Lewis E. Waddell, a licensed Bar attorney who operates a Newton office and lives in Conover, after it appears he mishandled funds in a local client’s estate bank account.

The Bar also requested Waddell turn over current and closed client files for further investigation.

Waddell says he has consented to the order and has turned over all of his financial records.

BREAKING: Father, son shot in Vale

January 9, 2012

A father and son were shot Sunday night after an argument escalated during a card game in Vale.

Authorities say a group of men were playing cards and drinking about 8 p.m. Sunday near the 7000 block of N.C. 10 West in Vale when an argument over a woman escalated and two of the men were shot.

Paul David Tallent, 49, and Dustin Dwayne Tallent, 27, both sustained non-life-threatening injuries after being shot once each by a revolver at their residence at 7429 N.C. 10 West in Vale, said Catawba County Sheriff Coy Reid.

Catawba County's week ahead

January 9, 2012

This week, Hickory Metro entrepreneurs can learn innovative ways to improve business, and children can learn elementary Spanish.
Early next week, area groups will host events to celebrate the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Read on for more about upcoming events in Catawba County. If you have information about upcoming events, send the details to onenews@observernewsonline.com.

Starting Tuesday

The O-N-E Morning Read: Monday, Jan. 9

January 9, 2012

Catawba County Schools is going to spend at least $10,500 for help is searching for a new leader to replace outgoing superintendent Glenn Barger. Details only in The O-N-E: www.observernewsonline.com/content/ccs-hires-search-help.

Catawba County is looking for citizen input as it plans a new library for Sherrills Ford: www.observernewsonline.com/content/officials-seek-input-new-library.

What’s on deck for Catawba County prep athletes this week? Find out online: www.observernewsonline.com/content/o-n-e-sports-schedule-week-7.

Zahra Baker painting a reminder for HPD

January 9, 2012

HICKORY — The North Carolina police department that solved the killing of a disabled 10-year-old Australian girl now has a portrait of the child to remind them of their duty to protect children.

A resident gave the city's police department the watercolor painting of the freckle-faced girl.

Police Chief Tom Adkins received the painting Friday with investigators who solved Zahra's slaying. Adkins says the painting will be a reminder of the need to protect children by reporting abuse.

REGIONAL: N.C. Troopers shoot, kill gun-wielding man

January 9, 2012

STATESVILLE — Iredell County officials released the name of a man who was shot and killed by North Carolina Highway Patrol troopers after they say he fired at officers.

Officials say 45-year-old William D. Miller Jr. was shot to death early Sunday after he had fired at troopers and a sheriff's deputy near Statesville.

Authorities say three troopers and a sheriff's deputy were following up on a reported hit-and-run when a man left the home carrying a weapon. State police say the officers told the man to drop the weapon, and a deputy tried to use a Taser on the suspect.

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