The Daily Press The Observer News Enterprise | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2015-06-03T11:08:56-04:00 made in church break-in2015-06-03T11:08:56-04:002015-06-03T11:08:56-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author availableArrest made in church break-inObserver News's garden in full bloom2015-06-03T09:35:49-04:002015-06-03T09:35:49-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author availableLibrary's garden in full bloomObserver News, Conover approve budgets2015-06-03T09:23:44-04:002015-06-03T09:23:44-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author availableCounty, Conover approve budgetsObserver News police investigate homicide2015-06-02T11:14:18-04:002015-06-02T11:14:18-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseHickory Police Criminal Investigation Division is currently working to locate Tevin Jerome Davis (pictured), 23, B/M, reference this homicide. Warrants have been obtained on Davis for 1 Count of 1st Degree Murder, 2 Counts of 2nd Degree Kidnapping, and 1 Count of Felony Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon. Davis is out on bond awaiting trial for multiple pending charges to include: Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill, Possession of a Fire Arm by Felon, and Common Law Robbery. Davis is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information reference the location of Davis advised not to approach this individual but contact the Hickory Police Department immediately. This investigation is ongoing and if anyone has additional information please contact the Hickory Police Department at (828) 328-5551. Newton, N.C.No author availableHickory police investigate homicideObserver News was Apple evacuated?2015-06-02T10:16:48-04:002015-06-02T10:16:48-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author availableWhy was Apple evacuated?Observer News Odom on Monday's docket2015-06-02T09:59:29-04:002015-06-02T09:56:12-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author availableSharman Odom on Monday's docketObserver News McCrory signs Burt's Law2015-06-01T12:58:47-04:002015-06-01T12:58:47-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author availableGov. McCrory signs Burt's LawObserver News'Magic Man' returns to Cat. Co2015-06-01T12:52:17-04:002015-06-01T12:52:17-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseNewton, N.C.No author available'Magic Man' returns to Cat. CoObserver News for something to do this week?2015-06-01T12:46:03-04:002015-06-01T12:46:03-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseThe Conover Lions Club of Conover, NC, is seeking individuals interested in becoming Lions members and are hosting an Open House/informational evening on Monday, June 1, 2015, 6:30 p.m. at the Community Room (below Conover City Hall). For more information and questions, please contact Lion President A.C. Yount, Jr., 828-270-4570. June 3Biscuit DayIt is that special time of year again for Biscuit Day in downtown Newton.  I have attached a flyer with information on this local event.This year we have it planned for June 3rd from 8am-noon.  In addition to biscuit samples, we are handing out a product sample, having live music from 8am-10am, and a Biscuit Basket give-a-way. You may contact Tommy Lynn or Steve Arndt at the Newton office on 828-464-1611.June 4SEAL Benefit DinnerThe ‘Climb for Freedom’ fundraising dinner will be held at Moretz Mills.  The evening benefits the Navy SEAL Legacy Foundation and the purpose is to raise funds for and awareness of the Seal Legacy Foundation.   Doors open on June 4, at 5:30 pm for registration and silent auction and the doors open for the dinner at 6:30 pm. for the ‘Climb For Freedom’ event, Moretz Mills, 74, 8th Street SE, Hickory NC. The evening will feature keynote speaker, US Navy SEAL Commander Mark McGinnis who is currently the Managing Director of the SEAL Legacy Foundation and Motivational Speaker. Tickets for general seating are $40 each.  Reserved tables are available at $500, $600 and $1,000.  Reserved tables seat 10 people at a table.   For information, to buy tickets Sandy or Bennett Cale at 828-256-4300 or Linda or Jack Wade at 828-324-4197 or go to The Lucile Miller Observatory will be open twice in June for public observing. We will be open on the first and third Fridays, June 5 and June 19, 2015 from 8 until 11 p.m.  The observatory is located on the campus of Maiden Middle School (the old high school) in Maiden, North Carolina.  These are a free events, all ages and interests are welcome, and no reservations are needed. June 5 will be open rain or shine with an indoor presentation if needed. June 19 will be clear sky only with no indoor presentations. These events are sponsored by The Catawba Valley Astronomy Club. Please visit our website at for driving directions to the observatory.  You may contact Jeff Whisenant at 828 850 6433 or for additional information. June 6Rabies Clinic A rabies clinic will be held at Banoak Elementry School at 7651 Highway 10 West Vale. The clinic will be from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact Animal Services at (828)464-7686.June 8Persons interested in becoming foster or adoptive parents are invited to attend a free information meeting to be held from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. June 8 at the new Sherrills Ford-Terrell Library. The library is located at 9154 Sherrills Ford Road, Terrell. This event is sponsored by Family Builders, the foster and adoption service of Catawba County Social Services. The regularly scheduled information meeting will also be held June 9 at 6 p.m. at the Family Services Center, located behind Catawba Valley Medical Center, at  3050 11th Avenue Drive SE, Hickory.For more information, contact Megan Hildebran at 828-695-4553 or Additional information on foster parenting is also available at Family Builders' website, 14Hollar ReunionThe Jonas and Catherine Hollar reunion with be June 14, 2015. This will be the 27th annual reunion. The reunion will be at 1 p.m. at the Bethel Lutheran fellowship building located on the corner of River Bend Road and Bolick Road. All family and friends are invited to bring a covered dish. Plates, cups drinks, ice and utensils will be furnished. Please bring updates of family history. For more info, call 256-5390 or 256-7620Jun 15Newton, N.C.No author availableLooking for something to do this week?Observer News Pot?2015-06-01T12:28:16-04:002015-06-01T12:28:16-04:00Copyright 2010 Observer News EnterpriseRead more in the Tuesday edition of the O-N-E.Newton, N.C.No author availablePostal Pot?Observer News