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Town to re-vote on spending plan

June 13, 2012

Catawba Town Council will hold a special meeting on Monday to discuss next year’s 2012-13 fiscal year budget.

Catawba’s council approved a nearly $1 million budget earlier this month with a split 3-2 decision.

School partnerships key as funding uncertain

June 13, 2012

Catawba County education leaders say partnerships are the key to maintaining strong classroom and training programs as state funding allotments continue to be uncertain.

Relief sought for food deserts

June 13, 2012

When you think about Catawba County, deserts aren’t the first things that come to mind.

However, they are here — in one way or another.

The far ends of the county are populated by small food deserts, or areas that aren’t in close proximity to fresh produce.

BREAKING: Federal prosecutors drop Edwards case

June 13, 2012

Federal prosecutors dropped all charges Wednesday against John Edwards after his corruption trial ended last month in a deadlocked jury.

Jurors in North Carolina acquitted the former presidential candidate on one count of accepting illegal campaign contributions and deadlocked on five other felony counts. The judge declared a mistrial.

The O-N-E Morning Read: Wednesday, June 13

June 13, 2012

An N.C. DMV license examiner faces more felony charges as part of an ongoing state investigation.

Former Newton examiner and Vale resident Cathy Rudisill now faces 28 counts of wrongfully issuing North Carolina driver’s licenses.

State officials say Rudisill was entering fictitious information into license testing results.

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