The O-N-E Morning Read: Tuesday, March 20

A Conover man broke into a home, wrecked his get-away vehicle and then found himself in jail overnight Monday. Details in the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E.

The Manufacturing Solutions Center (MSC) not only helps create jobs in Catawba County, the product development and testing company helps businesses around the world.

As work is underway for a new MSC facility on the campus of Conover Station, The O-N-E explores the company and what it does.

Volunteers are sought for a community garden that will grow and harvest produce to help benefit Catawba County residents in need.

Newton police arrested a man after they say he assaulted a homeless person then stole the victim’s bicycle.

• A pair of Bandys High School students won the 2012 North Carolina State High School Bass Fishing Championship on Saturday. Read more about the success of Chelsey and K.J. Queen in Tuesday’s O-N-E.

• Bunker Hill gets a win on the tennis court behind a trio of comeback victories.

• The Carolina Panthers added running back Mike Tolbert to the team’s roster.

• Get the complete high school sports round-up in the Prep Notebook:
• Have you voted in The O-N-E online poll? Share your thoughts on the qualities Catawa County Schools should be seeking in a new superintendent.

• Catawba County members of the N.C. Retired School Personnel donated about 75 books to Catawba County social services.

• U.S. Census information being published for the first time gives offers a precious snapshot about America before World War II.

• Students from St. Stephens Lutheran School recently visited the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte.

• A seminar at the Newton branch of the Catawba County Library offers a better understanding of social networking.

• N.C. Gov. Beverly Perdue seeks to restore school funding.

• Don’t miss the The O-N-E coloring contest. Young people can win Easter baskets if they show off their artistic skills.

• The O-N-E Sports Editor Cody Dalton wonders whether sportsmanship really exists on PERSPECTIVE, while retired superior court judge Ron Bogle makes a case for getting “alcopops” off the shelves and out of young people’s hands.