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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 for news updates throughout the day.

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