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Laurels and darts: CCS right to be mindful of coaches

February 7, 2011

LAURELS
Laurels to the Catawba County Schools Board of Education for taking a serious look at its policy for non-faculty coaches at the system’s schools.
While we find fault with the means through which CCS made public the proposals, deliberations and finally the revisions to the policy, the intent of the new protocol hits the right mark.

From the publisher: The Valentine's Day of college football

February 7, 2011

While the 2010 college football season is a quickly fading memory for most rational people (who won the BCS Championship again?), activity on the football front was far from silent this week.
That’s right. You don’t have to have the glorious traditions of a Saturday tailgate or a ball game complete with school colors, cheers and marching bands to get some folks whipped into a college football frenzy. Even smack-dab in the middle of winter, one topic still gets some fanatics hyped up for college football.
Signing day and the recruiting wars.

It’s not every week you get the opportunity to enjoy time with celebrities, but when that chance...
Asheville Post 70 defeated Hickory Post 48 in walkoff home run fashion Wednesday, but not amid...
Down 3-1 in the seventh, the offensive for Hickory Post 48 exploded. Hickory scored 10 runs during...

 

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