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September 3rd, 2014
There was a â€śChloeâ€ť team during the 2013 CCC Hickory, which was just a few months after she was diagnosed with Ewingâ€™s 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.
Sports Illustrated's Don Banks gives his reasons to believe and his reasons to worry for the Carolina Panthers in the 2014 NFL season.
Vanessa Sanchez, age 11 of Newton, and cousin Leslie Sanchez, age 8 of Newton, play with Snoopy, a Shih-Tzu, at the splash pad on Monday.
This weekend a little bit of mayhem will be taking over downtown Maiden as regional comics come together to perform at a local business.
New details have been made public this week regarding the investigation into the murder of popular Discovery High counselor Maggie Daniels.
Danielsâ€™ body was found in the bedroom of her apartment, unit 21 of Windsor Apartments in Newton, on June 28.
Local woodright Eddie Hamrick (left) and son James (right) hang their
completed, handcrafted, wooden seal in Newtonâ€™s newly renovated council chamber.
"We want to start teaching them the things that the community will expect when they're out in the real world," said Newton-Conover City Schools Superintendent, Dr. David Stegall.
South Newton Elementary implemented their new "Leader in Me" program at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.
A western Lincoln County woman who was last seen on May 26, 2014 remains missing after three months.
Toasha Nicole Rice, 27, was last seen getting into a black four door sedan with a white female driver at a friendâ€™s home on Eaker Road and driving away. No one has seen her since.
Makenzie Patton, a first-grade student at North Newton Elementary School, listens anxiously to classmate Cooper Murray as he tells her a joke during lunch on Thursday. Newton-Conover schools are wrapping up their first week back to class after summer vacation.
Inside the Exhibit Hall, at the Hickory American Legion Fair, is a colorful military display. Two walls are covered with many faces. Numerous photos, either in color or black and white, look back at you. Some are smiling, while others don a more serious expression.