Archive - Mar 2012 - News Article
When Alex Ehrnsberger started her senior graduation project last year, she never thought her “final product” would be featured in the Android app store.
Fellow senior Briannen Arey also never thought her penultimate product would be a book published for readers online.
A man escaped serious injury when the medical supply van he was driving was hit by a freight train in Claremont on Monday.
Pick up the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E to find out what happens when you try to out-run a train â€”Â and lose.
A Morganton man was sentenced to at least 18.5 years in prison for the second-degree murder of an 82-year-old military veteran during a Conover home invasion in 2004. Two others involved in the fatal beating are already serving jail terms.
Tuesday, March 27
St. Stephens softball vs. Watauga
Foard softball at Hickory
St. Stephens baseball vs. Watauga
Fred T. Foard baseball at Hickory
St. Stephens tennis vs. South Caldwell
Maiden tennis at Bunker Hill
Bandys tennis at East Burke
Foard tennis at Alexander Central
Newton-Conover tennis vs. South Iredell
St. Stephens soccer vs. Watauga
Foard soccer vs. Hickory
Maiden, Bunker Hill track at Draughn
Bandys, West Caldwell, South Iredell track at Draughn
Bunker Hill, Maiden, East Burke track at Newton-Conover
A federal appeals court refused Monday to reinstate former race car driver Jeremy Mayfield's lawsuit against NASCAR over his 2009 suspension for failing a random drug test at Richmond International Raceway.
A three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled a federal judge did not abuse his discretion in dismissing Mayfield's complaint against NASCAR; its owner, Brian Zachary France; and a drug testing company.
For more of this story, pick up the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E.
A train smashed into a medical-supply van on Monday in Claremont.
The T-Bone-style crash sent the driver of the van to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and the train was forced to stop for several hours.
For more details, pick up the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E.
North Carolina's public school leaders want to know how to make teachers happy and how to improve learning environments across the state.
The state Department of Public Instruction is asking teachers to take a survey on their working conditions beginning Monday through April 20. Teachers can access the survey online at http://www.ncteachingconditions.org/.
Two 16-year-old girls face murder and other charges in relation to the 2011 death of a Hickory cab driver.
Emily Starnes, of Hickory, and Consandra Tyree, of Newton, were arrested Saturday and charged with murder and robbery.
The girls join three men between 18 and 22 years old charged in the death of cabdriver Adam Williams in Hickory last summer.
Starnes and Tyree are in the Catawba County jail.
Community support events abound this week in Catawba County.
Events include fundraisers for a variety of organizations and residents.
On Saturday and Sunday, several organizations will sponsor Easter egg hunts.
For more details on these and other events, read on. For updated events information throughout the week, pick up the print edition of The O-N-E.
The Newton-Conover Community concert and jazz bands will perform a free show at Newton-Conover Auditorium at 3 p.m.
Over the past 15 years, the Catawba Valley Pottery and Antiques Festival has turned into quite a show.
Vendors and visitors alike say itâ€™s a â€śbig dealâ€ť â€” one that drew out dozens of ticketholders nearly 10 hours before the doors to the Hickory Metro Convention Center opened Friday night.
Dr. Allen Huffman, the festivalâ€™s founder and director, said at least eight people waited in camper chairs for entry to the 7 p.m. gala show when he arrived early Friday morning.
â€śEveryone wants to get in, find their favorite potter and get it before anyone else does,â€ť Huffman said.
Absentee voting for the May primary election is in full swing, and the deadline to register to vote is quickly approaching.
Citizens have until April 13 at 5 p.m. to register to vote in the May 8 primary election.
The absentee voting process for the primary began March 9, and the last day to issue or mail absentee applications is May 1, according to dates released by the Catawba County Board of Elections.