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N-C coaching finalist withdraws

May 14, 2012

Newton-Conover High School's varsity football coaching search continues after the leading candidate for the job withdrew his name from consideration Sunday.

Train slams into tractor-trailer

May 14, 2012

A Norfolk Southern train barreled into a tractor-trailer reportedly carrying fertilizer early Monday morning in Long View.

Authorities say the truck stalled on the tracks as the train approached a crossing at 33rd Street and Main Avenue.

Near noon Monday, Long View Police Department reported another truck was stuck at a different nearby crossing.

Heavy rains cause flooding

May 14, 2012

Steady, heavy rains fell all morning throughout Catawba County, causing flooding in some low-lying areas and precarious driving conditions on many roads.

Yards flooded in parts of Newton, including homes near Newton-Conover High School.

The O-N-E received reports of flooding near mobile homes in Claremont.

Emergency personnel report several street closings in Conover.

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