The O-N-E Morning Read: Tuesday, Nov. 22

Maiden High School football coach Brian Brown resigns after four seasons leading the Blue Devils. Brown shared his decision with players Monday after 13 years on the his alma mater’s coaching staff. Details in The Observer News Enterprise and

In Newton, a grassroots effort is underway to salute hometown hero Andy Rader, who was killed during World War II and posthumously received the Bronze Star for his service in Bataan, Philippines. For more in his story and the effort to name Hickory's VA clinic in his honor, be sure to see the Tuesday edition of The O-N-E.

Don’t miss The O-N-E’s coverage of community groups providing assistance to citizens in need. Find out information on enjoying community Thanksgiving meals - and how to donate to them, along with a spotlight on Newton church Holy Cross Lutheran as it works to deliver warmth to victims of crimes and fires.

Other news inside the Tuesday print edition of The O-N-E and includes:

• An evening wreck closed traffic on Old U.S. 70 after two traffic signals fell when a car hit a power pole.

• Students in the Catawba Valley Community College turfgrass technology program are honing their golf course maintenance skills. An Appalachian State student from Conover served 12 weeks as a congressional intern - find out more in the Tuesday print edition of The O-N-E.

• SPORTS: Print exclusive: See Fred T. Foard wrestlers in action and find out which area football players earned an all-conference selection for the Catawba Valley Athletic Conference. PLUS find out which Hickory Crawdads earned a place on the Texas Rangers 40-man roster.

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