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Inside The O-N-E: Weekender

October 29, 2011

The weekend is here and so is The Observer News Enterprise weekend edition.

Readers picking up the The O-N-E print edition will find unique content, while online visitors to observernewsonline.com will also get feature stories they won't find elsewhere.

The O-N-E weekend edition includes:

• Feature coverage of Friday Night Football - a WEB EXCLUSIVE. As Catawba County teams prepare for the playoffs, the final games of the regular season sets the stage for the Saturday seeding circus. Check out The O-N-E's web coverage of Friday football, and be sure to visit observernewsonline.com for playoff pairings released Saturday.

• Students at Catawba Valley Community College's cosmetology school in Newton create a "Stylish Support System" as they cut hair to benefit a charitable cause.

• Burglars hit area schools - details of the crime inside The O-N-E print edition.

• Perspectives page: Laurels and darts to a threat at two Catawba County schools, and O-N-E Publisher Michael Willard delivers a verdict on jury duty.

• PRINT EXCLUSIVE: The Bandys high Trojans are dedicating their football efforts to teammate Jackson Gilliam, area volleyball teams prepare for playoff showdowns Saturday and information about the Newton-Conover Education Foundation's Tour of homes highlights The O-N-E's print exclusives.

Pick up The O-N-E weekend edition at newsstands throughout the county, and visit observernewsonline.com for complete community news.

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