Archive - Jun 14, 2012 - News Article
A group of four Catawba County men were indicted this week on charges related to a counterfeit money operation.
Read more about their charges in the Friday edition of The O-N-E.
Also inside Fridayâ€™s edition
Newtonâ€™s city pool opened this week for the summer.
Controversy among city leaders and citizens has swirled the past several years as Newton decided to spend money to open a pool that didnâ€™t bring in an impressive number of swimmers.
Will you use the pool this summer?
Vote now in the latest reader poll at observernewsonline.com.
Four men were indicted this week on charges connected to a local counterfeiting operation that victimized local businesses earlier this year.
Crews will celebrate the completion of a home refitting project this weekend for a local Vietnam veteran in need.
Purple Heart Homes Inc. will have a “Mission Complete” ceremony at the newly re-fitted home of Kevin Smith, a Newton resident and Navy veteran disabled in service.
Registration is under way for the 123rd annual Soldiers Reunion pageants.
Applications are now being accepted for the five Miss Reunion beauty pageants that are the forerunners of Catawba County's annual patriotic festival.
Did you know there are deserts in Catawba County?
The county has food deserts â€” communities far removed from the nearest grocery store or fresh food source.
Learn about the effort to provide these areas access to fresh foods in the Thursday print edition of The Observer News Enterprise.
Also in Thursdayâ€™s edition: