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Catawba County's yearbook arrives

June 6, 2012

Catawba County's 2012 high school yearbook is in, and The Observer News Enterprise is proud to salute all the graduating seniors in the Class of 2012.

"Our graduation edition has been a tradition for The O-N-E for many years, and we've always been proud to produce the only publication that features all the county's high school seniors" said The O-N-E Publisher Michael Willard. "This year's edition is better than ever because the entire magazine is in full color."

Catawba County High School Yearbook 2012 includes graduates from all six high schools in the Catawba County system, including Challenger High. It also includes graduates from Hickory High School, the Hickory Career Arts and Magnet School, and both for Newton-Conover City Schools' high schools.

"The yearbook includes brief spotlights on each Catawba County high school's top-ranked graduates," said The O-N-E Editor Matthew Tessnear. "Catawba County and Newton-Conover school superintendents also share their wishes for the Class of 2012."

The O-N-E is selling copies of this special edition for just $1 at its offices in Newton.

"If you are a graduating senior in Catawba County, your full color photo is in this magazine, along with your peers from the county's other high schools" Willard said. "We know every high school has a yearbook, and these often cost students and parents a lot of money. This is the only yearbook in the county that features students from all the schools, and it is affordable for everyone."

To get The O-N-E's Catawba County High School Yearbook 2012, visit The O-N-E's offices at 309 North College Ave. in Newton or call 828-464-0221 to get the yearbook delivered to your home for free with a paid subscription to Catawba County's community newspaper.

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