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Conover firefighters found a man dead inside a burning vehicle Tuesday morning. Get all the current details in the Wednesday edition of The O-N-E, and visit www.observernewsonline.com for updated information as it becomes available.
The O-N-E was first to report Newton leadersâ€™ vote to relax rules for temporary signs promoting special events for businesses and civic clubs. The decision was divided and one city planning commission member said â€śunlimited signs will lead to a trash-dump-looking city.â€ť
See the Wednesday edition of The O-N-E for complete details.
A recently re-elected Maiden Town Council resigned unexpectedly this week. Why? Details in The O-N-E.
The region is manufacturing momentum when it comes to welcoming home traditional industries returning from China.
These stories and more in the Wednesday edition of The O-N-E.
â€˘Â St. Stephensâ€™ boys pow-wowed their competition from Watauga in hoops action. An area volleyball team collected a tournament championship. See Carolina Select Volleyballâ€™s 13 Black Team in The O-N-E.
â€˘Â Donâ€™t miss the photo of the week.
â€˘Â See game results in The O-N-E and the prep sports wrap-up online: www.observernewsonline.com/content/prep-notebook-lrds-pick-another-cvac-win.
â€˘Â A teenage mayor conducts his first city council meeting. Sarah Palin says sheâ€™d vote for Newton Gingrich in S.C. A smoke bomb hits the White House. Get the daily news round up in The O-N-Eâ€™s video feed.
â€˘Â It isnâ€™t an illusion. Hickory native Sammy Cortino will appear - and then disappear - at Newtonâ€™s OPOP.
â€˘Â A Northview Middle school Student wins a MLK Jr. essay contest.
â€˘Â Recent achievements, promotions and hiring news featured on BUSINESS.
â€˘Â N.C. Gov. Bev Perdue wants to dedicate a â€śfraction of a pennyâ€ť for progress and education in the state. The O-N-E reporter Nash Dunn urges government and business leaders to take more chances to retain young people in the county. Read more on PERSPECTIVES.