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September 2nd, 2010

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September 2, 2010

Delores Miles, 66, of HIckory, died Thursday, Sept. 2, 2010, at Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory. The family will receive friends from 10-10:45 a.m. prior to the service.

Janet Wood Matthews, 47, of Conover, died unexpectedly Thursday, Sept. 2, 2010, at her home. The Matthews family has entrusted funeral arrangements to Drum Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Conover.  

Indians Battle Knights

September 2, 2010

The St. Stephens Indians won 1-0 on Wednesday over the North Lincoln Knights, the 14th ranked 2-A team in North Carolina. Andrew Zachrich scored the lone goal of the match in the 27th minute, and the Indians improved to 5-2-1 with Wednesday’s win. St. Stephens' Jon Holloway was in goal and recorded the shutout.

SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE
HICKORY 10, ASHEVILLE 3
The Hickory Crawdads’ offense exploded in the third, fourth and fifth innings Wednesday at Asheville. The Crawdads scored eight runs in the three-inning stretch en route to a 10-3 win Wednesday over the Tourists.

Green Flag Drops Monday

September 2, 2010

Hickory Motor Speedway will host the 34th Annual Bad Boy Mowers Bobby Isaac Memorial 200 on Monday, September 6, 2010.  The inaugural event took place in 1977 to honor the late NASCAR Grand National Champion, Bobby Isaac.

“The Bobby Isaac Memorial promises to bring out some of the best names in short track racing,” remarked HMS General Manager Kevin Piercy.  “We also changed the format for the Late Models to a 150-lap race with a four tire rule to help the racers in these tough economic times.”

Football season brings tailgating

September 2, 2010

The football season is here, and that means a lot of things are happening at football stadiums around the county, region and state.

Friday night lights are on, and the parking lots are full of fans getting ready for the night’s big game. When Saturday comes, fans flock to their favorite colleges for round 2, and by the time the pros hit the field, all the football-loving masses are ready for a Sunday afternoon spent with family and friends enjoying a game among the gridiron greats.

CSC offers last chance for 'Flutter-by'

September 2, 2010

Catawba Science Center (CSC), a nonprofit science and technology museum in Hickory, will be open Labor Day from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

While typically closed to the public on Mondays, Sept. 6 marks the final day to visit Flutter-By Butterfly Habitat, featuring hundreds of live butterflies and moths in an outdoor flower garden.

Alex Central welcomes new freshmen

September 2, 2010

The transition from middle school to high school can be intimidating, but very exciting! Students are ready for change, but their fear levels and concerns about being lost and helpless are sky-high! The Transition Team at Alexander Central High School scheduled a Back-to-School Bash for freshmen on Tuesday, Aug. 24

Hickory to discuss bear sightings

September 2, 2010

HICKORY – Hickory residents have seen a black bear in several northwest sections of the city this summer. In response, the city of Hickory is hosting a community meeting Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 6:30 p.m. N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission District 8 Wildlife Biologist Danny Ray will discuss bear issues and answer citizens’ questions at the Geitner Building located in Geitner-Rotary Park, 2035 12th Street Drive, NW.

September 1st

St. Stephens receives $25K grant

September 1, 2010

An area high school received a grant for $25,000 to purchase technology equipment.

Best Buy of Hickory selected St. Stephens High School to receive an Intel Technology Grant after the store won a regional contest.

“They can use it for computers, technology – pretty much anything that has to do with computing,” said Bobby Ormand, Best Buy store manager.

Health care brings questions

September 1, 2010

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as the Health Care Bill, is 2,700 pages long. Within those pages are a lot of unanswered questions.
Area business leaders and employers met Wednesday for an informational session at the SALT Block in Hickory, looking for answers to some of those questions.

Couple charged with drug possession

September 1, 2010

A Conover couple was arrested Tuesday for felony drug possession.
Shane Ray Pope, 37, and his wife Sabrina Ann Pope, 36, were charged with methamphetamine possession after a Newton Police officer pulled the couple over for a broken tail light on their 2001 GMC Yukon, said Newton Police Chief Don Brown.
The couple pulled into the parking lot of Redline Automotive in Newton, where the arresting officer found .08 grams of methamphetamine in the vehicle.
Brown said this amount of methamphetamine is the equivalent of about one dose.

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