Archive - Jan 2014 - News Article
Three local boys have gotten in touch with their soulful side. They travel the country performing bluegrass music as The Moore Brothers Band.
The bandy consists of 15-year-old Jacob Moore, who is the banjo, mandalin and fiddle player; 11-year-old Isaac Moore, who plays guitar; and 19-year-old Daniel Perry, who plays the doghouse bass (double bass) and sings vocals.
A Catawba man has been arrested in connection with the theft of a truck.
Stephen Daniel Sherrill, 27, of 1610 Loftin Drive in Catawba, was charged with two felony counts of Possession of Stolen Goods.
A man was seriously injured early New Year's Day when a black powder homemade cannon exploded in his face.
Lincoln County deputies responded to a residence in the 2300 block of Keener Road at 1:15 a.m. Wednesday where paramedics and firefighters were on the scene treating the patient.
Three Hickory Firefighters are retiring after 30 years of service. Ronnie Thick, Dwayne Starnes and Brent Stine have worked their way up through the ranks to now retire with multiple levels of training.
To read more of this story, pick up the Friday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
A fire breaks out in your home while youâre in bed.
How will you realize there is a fire in the home? Would it be through the smell of smoke or the sound of smoke detector going off?
Through the âGet Alarmed North Carolinaâ grant, the Newton Fire Department can go into peopleâs homes and test for the smoke and COD detectors.
One of Catawba Countyâs best-kept secrets has been nationally recognized as a âdiamond in the rough.â
Claremont was chosen as a âHidden Gem of Americaâ on a recent episode of the television show, âCommunities of Distinction with Terry Bradshaw.â
County native Casey Clark, 28, is chasing his dreams all the way to âMusic City.â