The O-N-E Morning Read: Thursday, Dec. 29
The Catawba Valley Classic continued Wednesday and The O-N-E provided live game coverage during all the girls action at Catawba Valley Community College. for complete details on the games and final scores from all the tournament action be sure to visit the blog: www.observernewsonline.com/content/blogging-live-c-v-classic-day-2
Thursday brings the championship, and The O-N-E will blog details of all SIX boys and girls games, including the championship contests featuring Newton-Conover’s Lady Red Devils against Hickory. Can’t make it to all the games? Follow live on Twitter @TheONENews, and in our online edition at www.observernewsonline.com.
Basketball action isn’t the only thing readers will find in the Thursday print and online editions of The O-N-E.
Pick up the Thursday print edition for a free copy of The O-N-E’s Catawba County Fact Book 2012. This complete reference guide is inside every edition of OUTLOOK.
Other news featured in The O-N-E:
A Conover woman’s missing cat was found in her neighbor’s attic. Find out what it took to free the feline.
Area retailers experienced positive sales during the holiday season.
• A new year begins on Monday, but many families’ needs in 2011 won’t end just because the calendar does. ww.observernewsonline.com/content/crisis-ministries-needs-grow.
The annual Tournament of Roses Parade in California has become an Christmas tradition for a Conover resident and Concordia Lutheran Church member.
See game photos from boys and girls basketball action during the Catawba Valley Classic.
Don’t miss Fact Book 2012 - a complete reference guide for Catawba County.
See the fall academic honors list from Gardner-Webb University.
A new company is bringing 160 jobs to the Charlotte region.
Read a look back at the top news in Catawba County and the nation on the Perspectives page.
Complete details from Catawba Valley Classic.
Threats from Iran shake up the oil market. See exclusive video in The O-N-E AP video gallery.
Pick up a copy of The O-N-E for the “things to do calendar,” obituaries and community news and opinions. Be sure to visit www.observernewsonline.com for updates throughout the day. Follow us on Twitter @TheONENews for community news updates all the time.