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July 18th, 2013
Authorities say a Conover man has been arrested as an accessory after the fact in connection to the June 10 shooting death of Jerrod Mason.
According to sheriff department reports, Marcus T. Kennedy, 30, of 2324 Edna St.,
Hickory police arrested a Conover man Tuesday for unlawfully using a company fuel card to buy over $21,000 in gas.
According to police records, Joshua Aaron Williams, 35, of 5435 Circle K Dr., was charged with one count of felony
An Alabama woman and her family were in Newton Thursday, celebrating the national launch of a product she started designing at her dining room table more than five years ago.
Drew Ann Long from Alabaster, Al. created “Caroline’s Cart,” a shopping cart to accommodate special needs children.
A strong thuderstorm left a wake of destruction across much of Catawba County late Wednesday afternoon.
High winds paired with lightning damaged several residences and blocked roads with most of the damage occurring in Hickory and the eastern portion of the county.
A modular home was heavily damaged by fire at 1708 Kestrel Valley Ln., Sherrills Ford.
The Newton Parks & Recreation Department is hosting seven events to make Soldiers Reunion even more enjoyable, including a senior citizens dance, a cornhole tournament, a softball tournament, a pet competition, a horseshoe tournament, a 5K run/walk and a bicycle ride.
A motor vehicle accident Monday night just after 8 p.m. claimed the life of a Morganton grandfather in Catawba County.
Elvis Heavner, 54, from J.B. Craig Road in Morganton died on impact when his 1991 Oldsmobile crossed the center line and struck a 1988 GMC truck driven by Dustin Pope of Newton.
Last week vandals in Conover damaged a statue that acted as a monument for the founder of Catawba County Parenting Network.
To read more of this story, pick up the Tuesday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.
The Catawba County Historical Association will hold their annual business meeting on July 28 and the public is invited to attend.
The event will highlight recent accomplishments, as well as showcase new and upcoming events and exhibits for 2014. Along with the events calendar, the membership will elect the slate of 2014 Board of Trustees and thank the outgoing board members.
Newton firefighter Randy Matthews, assigned to Newton Fire Department Engine One in the downtown station, had a busy Friday morning. The department responded to a report of strong gas fumes at an apartment complex at 222 Park Lane just before 10 a.m.
The Catawba County Board of Commissioners will award the bid for a new library when they meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 15, at the 1924 Courthouse at 30 North College Avenue in Newton.