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The O-N-E morning read: Thursday, Nov. 3

November 3, 2011

From NASCAR to N.C. DOC, Jeremy Mayfield is back in trouble with the law over accusations of methamphetamine usage, stolen property possession and guns.

Newton-Conover High School students are conquering physics and the competition - in OVERTIME!

Read more information about these stories and more in the Thursday print and online editions of The Observer News Enterprise. Don’t miss Outlook either, as Editor Barbara Burns explores a unique world of shopping.

Other news from The O-N-E and www.observernewsonline.com:
Seven Maiden Council candidates vie for three seats.
SPORTS: Newton-Conover’s Chandler Johnson scores an overtime goal to lift the Red devils to the second round of the state soccer playoffs. Visit our Facebook page to see pictures from N-C’s win. Foard soccer falls to Forestview.

PRINT EXCLUSIVES: Zahra Baker playground project reaches $170,000. Firefighters hurt in textile mill blaze. SPORT: Volleyball players from Foard, St. Stephens and Hickory earn all-conference selections.

OUTLOOK: Outlook explores the fair trade shopping options offered at Unique World Gifts. New productions are set to open at the Old Post Office Playhouse and Hickory Community Theater.

Pick up a print edition of the Thursday edition of The O-N-E for comics, obituaries and OUTLOOK and visit www.observernewsonline.com for news updates throughout the day.

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