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September 8th, 2014
Sarah Coffey, a fourth grade teacher at Lyle Creek Elementary in Conover, likes to keep her ducks in a row.
At the back of her classroom, she has a line of ducks that have been given to her by students in her 10 years teaching at Lyle Creek.
Whoever said that local furniture manufacturing was a dying industry may want to reconsider that thought.
CR Laine in Hickory is now looking to fill several current positions that are open due to recent expansions. These positions and requirements are:
âShe was strong willed and determined,â said Melanie Lutz.
Melanieâs best friend was diagnosed with breast cancer just before her 40th birthday. After a loss of function in her left arm and a battle that lasted eight years, Terry Wright passed away at age 48.
The 32 person cast of âGuys and Dollsâ will take audiences on a tour of New York, from the heart of Times Square to the sewers under the city this weekend.
Newton native Bishop Rick Mungro remembered the thrilling feeling of standing on the street corner near his childhood school â Catawba Countyâs now-defunct Central High School â and singing with his friends each afternoon.
"We wanted to offer our parents and students one of the best school care programs in the state," said Deborah Ferguson, Catawba County's program director for QUEST.
QUEST is a before and after school program that has been implemented in all Catawba County elementary schools newly this year.
Traffic on Business 321 North in Maiden was detoured Wednesday after a call came into the 911 call center of a working structure fire at 2925 Old Hwy 321 across from GKN Driveline.
A neighbor called in the fire around 10:30 a.m. after seeing fire coming from the back of the house.
A bid for Conoverâs Southwest Sewer Rehabilitation Project has been awarded to Iron Mountain Construction Company, Inc. in the amount of $1,317,504.61. This amount plus a construction contingency and administration fees brings the projectâs allotted total to $1,723,631.
There was a âChloeâ team during the 2013 CCC Hickory, which was just a few months after she was diagnosed with Ewingâs Sarcoma, which is a bone cancer that mostly affects children and adolescents. The tumor was found in her hip in May 2013, and she immediately began chemotherapy and radiation and finished the treatments in March 2014.