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Filing for Election 2012 is over, and races for Catawba County Commission, the N.C. House and Senate and even the state auditorâ€™s office are full of contenders.
Get the complete rundown of candidates for the May 5 primary in the Thursday print and online edition of The O-N-E.
Catawba County students are exploring careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through tours of the countyâ€™s hubs for those occupations. Find out about Maiden Middle Schoolâ€™s visit to Frye Regional Medical Center in The O-N-E.
A new partnership if focusing on helping Catawba Countyâ€™s booming senior population - and their families and caregivers - about resources available. Find out about the Prime of Life senior expo.
â€˘Â Fred T. Foard outlasts the Bunker Hill Bears in 11 innings Wednesday.
â€˘Â Maidenâ€™s Hannah Callahan pitches a not-hit shutout in Lady Blue Devils victory over Lincolnton. Get the complete high school sports round-up with the Prep Notebook: www.observernewsonline.com/content/prep-notebook-maidens-callahan-no-hit....
â€˘Â Conover police officer saluted by Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
â€˘Â Can your young baseball player pitch, hit and run? Hickory Parks and Recreation is holding a competition to test diamond skills.
â€˘Â Newton is planning spring cleaning for the cityâ€™s cemeteries.
â€˘Â Events focusing on county;s senior population are planned for near future. More details in Catawba County Public Information Officer Dave Hardinâ€™s column on PERSPECTIVES. Also read N.C. opinions about how a shift in funding will help more at-risk young people.