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September 25th

City schools over budget for new building

September 25, 2012

Newton-Conover City Schools are still in the process of developing a budget for a proposed new school building.

Assistant Superintendent David Stegall said the school board is still working on revising its budget and reviewing bids before a final decision is made.

NCHP: Meth found at motorcycle crash

September 25, 2012

NC Highway Patrol reports drugs and cash were found on the scene of last Sunday’s fatal motorcycle wreck on U.S. 321.

Driver John Franklin, 35, of Claremont, was carrying $1,714 in cash on him when the motorcycle he was driving crashed, NC Highway Patrol Sgt. J. Womack said.

September 21st

Informed citizens

September 21, 2012

Safety week addresses child

September 21, 2012

Child Passenger Safety Week comes to a close this weekend, but the safety of children continues.

County continues with shelter expansion project

September 21, 2012

As the Catawba County Animal Shelter reaches capacity, Catawba County Board of Commissioners are working to construct a new facility.

“The capacity has reached as high as 259 animals,” Emergency Services Director Bryan Blanton said. “The problem is when you have animals that close diseases can spread and there is a safety issue.”

September 19th

Nature field days bring awareness to fifth graders

September 19, 2012

Representative says the plant is committed to improving safety

September 19, 2012

An employee at Marshall Steam Station in Terrell was rescued early Wednesday after a 20-foot fall.

Schools adopting new calendar

September 19, 2012

Calendar changes across the state will change the look of the school year.

The 2012-2013 school calender will be the last of its kind of Catawba County as new school calendar requirements become effective July 2013.

September 18th

Making a splash

September 18, 2012

Area continues data center growth

September 18, 2012

Government action this week paved the way for another data center in the Hickory Metro region.

Twenty years since the first-ever Brickyard 400, Conover native Dale Jarrett reflected this week on...
Through the trails of being an undrafted rookie, Brian Roberts hard work paid off on Wednesday. The...
Madi Story went out a winner Monday night during the North Carolina Coaches Association East-West...

 

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