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The O-N-E morning read: Tuesday, Nov. 1

November 1, 2011

The first day of November brings a new edition of The O-N-E filled with election news, details on the latest Zahra Baker memorial and news of a box-cutter stabbing.

• CRIME: An argument ends in a stabbing in Hickory and highway thieves are stealing construction equipment from an I-40 project.

• ELECTION 2011: Candidates for mayor in Newton offer their ideas.

• Law enforcement officers place a brick in memory of Zahra Baker in the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 26 memorial.

• Catawba County leaders discuss budget issues.

SPORTS: Newton-Conover’s Red Devils are ready for a soccer playoff run.

PRINT EXCLUSIVES: Catawba Valley Community College is molding a new generation of potters. Library offers free computer classes for adults. Lenoir-Rhyne University’s Suzuki Kids in Koncert is holding an open house; enrolling new participants.

WEB ONLY: N.C. Sen. Jim Forrester dies at 74.

Pick up the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E for community news, comics and obituaries.

Check www.observernewsonline.com for news updates throughout the day.

It didn't take long for Ryan Succop to land on his feet. The former Kansas City Chiefs and Hickory...
Catawba native Bobby Lutz is a finalist for the head men's basketball coaching job at College of...
Todd Starkey is leaving the Lenoir-Rhyne women’s basketball program to take an assistant coaching...

 

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