July 15th, 2014
Visitors to Murrayâ€™s Mill cooled off with free ice cream by Udderly Delicious during Sundayâ€™s ice cream social. Event-goers were treated to bluegrass music, a duck race and tours of the mill.
No Obituaries were reported at press time
Brian Roberts started his NBA career in 2012 as a New Orleans Hornet.
The 6-foot-1 guard agreed to a two-year, $5.5 million deal on Sunday to continue playing in the NBA â€”Â this time as a member of the Charlotte Hornets.
Undrafted after coming out of the University of Dayton in 2008, Roberts spent the 2008-09 season playing basketball for club Galil Gilboa in Israel.
After coming up short in the chase for Utah guard Gordon Hayward, the Charlotte Hornets have settled on another Jazz product.
Forward Marvin Williams has signed a two-year, $14 million deal with the Hornets, according to sources. All of Williamsâ€™ contract is guaranteed with no options â€” team or player.
Below are youth football camps for each Catawba County high schools listed in alphabetical order:
Bandys Football Camp
Bandys High School has announced that the Trojan Football Camp will take place from July 24-26.
LAS VEGAS â€” Facing the defending Summer League champions was no easy task for the Charlotte Hornets on Friday.
The Golden State Warriors took a 11-0 advantage early in the contest and led wire-to-wire in a 70-58 victory against the Hornets at the Thomas and Mack Center.
Hickory Post 48â€™s season was ended on Friday at the hands of Asheville Post 70.
After winning two of the first three games in the series, Asheville took an early lead in game No. 4 on Friday at Henkel-Alley Field and never looked back on its way to a 5-4 victory.
The Newton Appearance Commission is inviting the community to get involved in efforts to help beautify the city.
"The more we improve our looks the more people will want to come to the city," said Chairperson Collette Touchette.
3,482 voters had participated in early voting as of Friday afternoon, according to the Catawba County Board of Elections. Director Amanda Duncan expected polls surpass 3,500 votes by the end of the day, nearly triple the usual turnout for a runoff election.
Construction has begun on a new median at the split of North Main and North College near Newton City Hall. Concrete is scheduled to be poured on Monday with construction slated to wrap up in two weeks, weather permitting.