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There is no â€śpink slimeâ€ť in the hamburgers served by Catawba Countyâ€™s schools.
But what is pink slime, and why should people be worried about it?
Details in The Observer News Enterprise print and online editions.
The Claremont girl that was a victim of a hit-and-run March 4 is back in school, but her life isnâ€™t back to normal. Her father, a Claremont police officer, reflects on the experience of his family becoming crime victims - a role reversal for the long-time lawman.
Students at Tuttle Elementary are learning about Canada, while students north of the U.S. border are learning about Maiden. Read about how yesterdayâ€™s â€śpen palâ€ť projects are going digital and what great results are being delivered in a second-grade classroom.
It will be a a few days before Peter Cottontail hops down the Easter bunny trail, but area cityâ€™s and churches are planning Easter Egg hunts in advance of his arrival.
â€˘Â The Catawba County golf championships are today, and Newton-Conoverâ€™s â€śBig Threeâ€ť are ready to lead the Red Devils on the links.
â€˘Â Tusculum steamrolls Lenoir-Rhyne in baseball action.
â€˘Â Want to hunt Easter Eggs? Check out the schedule for are egg hunts: www.observernewsonline.com/content/hunting-easter-eggs
â€˘Â Find out the latest incidents and arrest reported by Catawba County Sheriffâ€™s Office and other are police departments: www.observernewsonline.com/content/catawba-county-arrests-incidents-1.
â€˘Â Get Wednesday afternoon high school sports results from throughout Catawba County in prep notebook: www.observernewsonline.com/content/prep-notebook-lady-trojans-win-sixth-...
â€˘Â Pick up the Thursday edition of The O-N-E and get a copy of OUTLOOK. This week it focuses on a teen photographer who has fallen in love with her artform.
â€˘Â Badaâ€™s Boutique has moved to Newton, and the shop is open and ready for business.
Plans for the annual MayFest are announced.
â€˘Â N.C. Republican gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory unveils his education platform.
Catawba County Public Information officer Dave Hardin reveals how innovation leads to efficiency in PERSPECTIVES, while a Southern Baptist leader says North Carolina is crucial in the marriage debate.