Archive - Apr 5, 2012 - News Article
The following residents were convicted of felony offenses and sentenced this week in Criminal Superior Court.
* Jody Lee Forbes, 30, of Hickory, was convicted of felony breaking and entering a motor vehicle, felony larceny, felony possess firearm by convicted felon and misdemeanor larceny and was sentenced to 19-23 months in the Department of Correction.
Longtime Newton-Conover High School head football coach Nick Bazzle accepted a job this week as Alexander Central's football coach.
Bazzle's successor at Newton-Conover will be the fourth head football coach in a new position when the prep season kicks off this fall.
James "Buddy" King will coach his first season at Maiden as he succeeds Brian Brown.
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Ray Ball is motivated â€” driven â€” by something unknown to most men.
Frankly, itâ€™s hard to tack down just â€śwhatâ€ť keeps him going.
Whatever it is, though, the city of Claremont is sure happy it exists.
Newton-Conoverâ€™s head coach for 13 seasons is leaving the Red Devils for the Cougarsâ€™ Lair.
Nick Bazzle was announced as the new head football coach for Alexander Central High on Wednesday.
â€śOur community will miss him,â€ť said NCHS principal Kevin Campbell.