Archive - News Article
June 1st, 2015
Does Catawba County have a heroin epidemic?
Read more in the weekend edition of the O-N-E.
It's that time of year when word whizzes under 15 years old sweat it out on stage spelling words you didn't even know existed. Bloomberg's David Gura breaks down the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
According to Catawba County Sheriff Coy Reid, two brothers were shot Wednesday night in the driveway of 4589 West Bands Crossroads. The brothers, Alijah Jackson and Caleb Jackson live next door to the alleged shooter, Joshua Edwards. Read more in the Friday edition of the O-N-E.
This O-N-E photo from 1992 shows the local high schoolsâ€™ valedictorians. From left: Ashley Grigg - Bandys High; Lorie Jones - Bunker Hill; Hannah Yoo - Fred T. Foard; Bryan Gorham - Hickory High; Stephanie Goodson - Maiden; Taylor Roberts - Newton-Conover; and Andrew Dellinger - St. Stephens.
Read in the Wednesday edition of the O-N-E to find out.
Newton Fire Department gets ready for ribbon cutting.
Read more in the Wednesday edition of the O-N-E.
Several bomb threats have been made toward stores causing evacuations.
Read more in the Wednesday edition of the O-N-E
Around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Conover Walmart was evacuated due to a reported bomb threat, officials said.
Traffic was re-routed from the store, and no one was allowed to enter the parking lot or nearby businesses.
To read more of this story, pick up the Wednesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
RockTenn in Conover is hosting a recycling event by collecting aluminum drink cans until the end of May. All proceeds will be donated to the St. Jude Childrenâ€™s Hospital. Donations accepted at RockTenn on 3rd Street SE in Conover. For any questions, call 464-5560.
First United Methodist Church in Maiden honors veterans Sunday morning.
Read more in the Tuesday edition of the O-N-E