The O-N-E Morning Read: Monday, Jan. 9
Catawba County Schools is going to spend at least $10,500 for help is searching for a new leader to replace outgoing superintendent Glenn Barger. Details only in The O-N-E: www.observernewsonline.com/content/ccs-hires-search-help.
Catawba County is looking for citizen input as it plans a new library for Sherrills Ford: www.observernewsonline.com/content/officials-seek-input-new-library.
What’s on deck for Catawba County prep athletes this week? Find out online: www.observernewsonline.com/content/o-n-e-sports-schedule-week-7.
In other news featured in The O-N-E’s print and online editions:
• How do readers stand on New Year resolutions? Find out in The O-N-E’s print edition on newsstands Monday morning.
• A United Church Homes and Services (UCHS) leader reaches a career milestone after he started at Abernethy Laurels in 1977.
• O-N-E Publisher Michael Willard reminds Newton’s leaders that the best swimming pool is somebody else’s.
• See the first baby of 2012 on The O-N-E’s LIFE Etc. Page. Don't forget to submit photos of your babies - and pets - for the cutest babies contest. Email pictures to email@example.com.
• The O-N-E first reported the winner of Catawba County Spelling Bee on Friday. See photos of the winner and runner-up.
• N.C. Highway Patrol Troopers shoot and kill a man after they say he fired at them: www.observernewsonline.com/content/regional-nc-troopers-shoot-kill-gun-w...
• A painting of Zahra Baker will serve as a reminder of duty for Hickory Police: www.observernewsonline.com/content/zahra-baker-painting-reminder-hpd.
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