The O-N-E Morning Read: Friday, Dec. 2

Catawba Valley Community College received the largest financial gift in the school’s 53-year history, and now the facility’s multi-purpose complex will be named in the donor’s honor. Who made the donation and what will the school’s one-of-a-kind facility be called? Find out in the Friday edition of The O-N-E and online at

A dead body was found in Lake Norman on Thursday morning, and police investigators are piecing together a puzzle to find out what happened. More details in The O-N-E.

The O-N-E also takes an exclusive look at Catawba County’s building inspections department. Does it help or hurt commercial development in the county? The O-N-E delivers details - you decide. Share your opinions by sending letters to the editor at

Other news featured in the Friday edition of The O-N-E and includes:

• SPORTS: Fred T. Foard is off to a 5-1 start on the wrestling mat and the Tigers are looking to repeat their 2010 state championship success. See the story in The O-N-E and Also in the print edition of The O-N-E see the winners of this year’s Newton Turkey Toss.

• Concordia Christian Day School is jumping rope to support a good cause - to the tune of more than $7,000. Details and a photo of the students rope jumpers ONLY in The O-N-E.

• HEALTH: Tips for staying healthy during the holiday season and safety advice for preparing seasonal treats - ONLY in The O-N-E’s print edition.

• Perspectives: U.S. Sen. Richard Burr says the Veterans Administration must to more to help veterans mental health needs, while O-N-E Editor Matthew Tessnear is navigating Newton’s food pyramid.

Pick up a copy of the Friday edition of The O-N-E for classifieds, comics, obituaries, the "Things to Do" calendar and more community news, including details about Bunker Hill High graduate Thomas Stewart completing a stage of his military training and an update on school calendar decisions.

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