Archive - Sep 2012 - News Article
Northview Middle School students Deaunte McCombs, left, and Isaiaha Bradley celebrate World Milk day Wednesday in Hickory. For more photos from the event, see page 5.
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Catawba County Humane Society of Catawba County and Catawba County Animal Services are celebrating World Rabies Day today.
The two animal shelters are each hosting their own events to promote rabies prevention.
Newton’s water and sewer departments’s 2012-2013 fiscal year is underway with big projects planned to better the community.
Following a three-day trial, Anthony Parks Weiss, 33, of Sherrills Ford, was convicted of felony robbery with a dangerous weapon in Catawba County Criminal Superior Court.
Claremont and Catawba firefighters examine a structure after a small porch fire was extinguished after lunch Wednesday on Boggs Road. The fire damaged the porch flooring but did not significantly damage the home. the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Two local high schools and their students took a pledge to not text and drive.
Hickory High School and Newton-Conover High School students have pledged to put their phones down while driving.
Local school children learn outdoors Tuesday during Environmental Field Days at Newton’s Southside Park.
The two-day event started last Thursday and rounded out the active learning Tuesday, Sept. 25. During the event, fifth graders from across Catawba County learned about environmental awareness from different environmental departments from the county.
Newton police confirmed a local pastor was arrested Monday and charged with indecent liberties with a juvenile following a police investigation
Bradley William Moss, 38, of 1141 Pitts Ave., Newton, was placed in the Catawba County Detention Center on a $100,000 bond following his arrest. His first appearance in court is scheduled for today.
A Hickory pastor was arrested Monday and charged with indecent liberties with a child following a police investigation, a Newton Police Department release states.
According to the release, Bradley William Moss, 38, of Newton, was placed in the Catawba County Detention Center with a $100,000 bond. His first appearance in court, the release states, is Wednesday.
Top: Dakota Davidson works on a chalk baseball Saturday during Newtonâ€™s ArtFest. Davidson was finishing Karate practice at Budokan Martial Arts and joined in the chalk-art event. He was one of the first 50 children to sign up for the event. Right: Bunker Hill High School student Brandon Medlin draws a colorful guitar Saturday.