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Catawba County commemorates the life and lessons of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and The O-N-E delivers the details in the Tuesday edition.
In Newton, elected officials are at odds with the cityâ€™s planning commission when it comes to temporary signs advertising businesses and fundraisers. City council will make a decision on policy changes tonight.
Alarm bells are ringing in Conover thanks to a grant that delivers carbon monoxide detectors to city residents. Citizens in Newton, Conover and Hickory can get free carbon monoxide alarms - find out how in the Tuesday O-N-E.
Maiden High School is narrowing down its search for a head football coach. Find out about some of the possible contenders in ONLY in The O-N-E:
In other news from The O-N-Eâ€™s Tuesday print and online editions.
After a a horrifying accident three months ago, Bandys High junior Jackson Gilliam is back on his feet and ready to get back on the ball field.
Are racism and discrimination still a problem in Catawba County? Vote in the reader poll: â€˘Â www.observernewsonline.com.
â€˘Â See live footage of an explosion on the crashed Italian cruise ship and a wrap-up from Monday nightâ€™s South Carolina debate in The O-N-Eâ€™s AP online video network feed.
â€˘Â River Bendâ€™s Beta Club collected more than 2,000 books for children in need. See the story and students pictures in Tuesdayâ€™s O-N-E.
â€˘Â Wednesday nightâ€™s severe weather brought stirred recent memories for O-N-E sports editor Cody Dalton. Read his reflections on perspectives, along with the latest tragic details on a teen drunk driver claiming an innocent life.
â€˘ Funds are available for Catawba County residents who need help paying for car repair or insurance.
Donâ€™t miss Tuesdayâ€™s O-N-E for the â€śThings to Doâ€ť calendar, obituaries, comics, puzzles and classifieds. Visit www.observernewsonline.com for news updates throughout the day.