Archive - Jun 6, 2012 - News Article
Sweepstakes parlor owners will have to pay the price if they want to open a new gaming center in Claremont.
City officials agreed Monday to permit the internet gaming, or sweepstakes, parlors within the city’s highway business district, but only at a cost.
High school students throughout Catawba County graduate this week at ceremonies in Hickory and Newton. The following includes public school commencement ceremonies.
• Bandys High School graduation begins at 7 p.m. at CVCC Tarlton Complex.
• Newton-Conover Health Science High School at 7 p.m. at Newton-Conover Auditorium.
Maiden officials expect to approve a fiscal year budget at the town’s next council meeting June 18.
Maiden Town Manager Todd Herms said Wednesday that town officials will hold a public hearing in two weeks in an effort to approve the town’s nearly $16 million budget.
Catawba County Schools officials announced the hiring of three new principals on Tuesday for Fred T. Foard High, Mountain View Elementary and Catawba Elementary schools.
All of the newly named principals are currently employed by Catawba County Schools (CCS) in different parts of the county.
Catawba County's 2012 high school yearbook is in, and The Observer News Enterprise is proud to salute all the graduating seniors in the Class of 2012.