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The O-N-E Morning Read: Thursday, Nov. 10.

November 10, 2011

The Observer News Enterprise proudly salutes our veterans, including World War II veteran John Caldwell of Newton. Read his account of the Omaha Beach in the Thursday print and online editions of The Observer News Enterprise. Also be sure to see the calendar events slated for Veteran’s Day observances in the county.

The O-N-E EXCLUSIVE: Catawba County attorney Shawn Clark turned himself to authorities after he was indicted this week on charges of extortion and obstruction of justice. He tells The O-N-E he’s innocent and believes the charges are politically motivated. Details at www.observernewsonline.com

Pick-up a print edition of The O-N-E and get the championship salute to the N.C. 2A state champions Newton-Conover Lady Red Devils.

Check out the photo of the week in our online gallery, www.observernewsonline.com/content/photo-week-0.

Also inside Thursday’s O-N-E:

OUTLOOK: He’s the Metro Jethro - Jon Reep. The Catawba County native talks with Outlook editor Barbara Burns. Be sure to see which area businesses are participating in The O-N-E’s shop local campaign. Look for the Hometown Christmas logo - these advertisers join us in encouraging you to keep holiday spending right here in Catawba County.

SPORTS: From a Trojan to a Bear: Bandys’ Jesse Story commits to Lenoir-Rhyne University. PRINT EXCLUSIVE: No spit? Maiden’s Matt Johnson is an N.C. No Spit All Star.

Pick up a copy of The O-N-E at newsstands countywide, or visit us online at observernewsonline.com.

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