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Woodmen help Salvation Army fight hunger

Woodmen Life volunteers from across the southeastern United States are joining together with The Salvation Army for a day of service to fight hunger The group sent hundreds of volunteers to The Salvation Army of Concord to working projects around the facility on Patterson Avenue. Concord Woodmen Lif

INDEPENDENT TRIBUNE - 2017-09-25 02:10:00

Out of Our Past: Sept. 25 through Oct. 1

"DeVere Smith of Hickory was impressed with Downtown Statesville and established his new business on N. Center St. The Antique Market of Statesville recently opened in the former location of Helig-Meyers. 'I think Downtown Statesville is a wonderful place to be.'" (9/25) North Iredell 16, East Linco

STATESVILLE RECORD & LANDMARK - 2017-09-25 06:30:00

Catawba County Crime Watch: September 15 to September 22

Individuals that were charged this week in the Catawba County Sheriff's Office "Operation 17-76": Everett Leon Draughan, 25, of Newton, was charged with one felony count of possession of schedule II controlled substance, one felony count of possession of schedule I controlled substance, one felony

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-22 16:21:00

How your $22K helped NC flooding victims

Almost a year has passed since Hurricane Matthew caused widespread flooding across several counties in eastern North Carolina last October. The hurricane caused 27 deaths and more than $1.5 billion in damages to public and private property in the eastern part of the state, according to The Associate

GASTON GAZETTE - 2017-09-22 20:17:07

Restaurant inspections (Sept. 15-21)

Add digital to current active Sunday - Friday print subscription FILE PHOTO The following foodservice facilities underwent safety inspections in the past week: Food safety inspection ratings are based on a 10-point scale. The rating of 90 to 100 is considered an A. Ratings for the week of Sept. 15-

MORGANTON NEWS HERALD - 2017-09-22 18:15:00

O.C. STONESTREET COLUMN: A visit to Ageless Treasures Antique Center

As Forrest Gump said, quoting his mama, "Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get." It is, I think, sort of like that in regard to flea markets and antique malls: You never know what might be found inside. And, of course, the fun is in the hunt and the realization that

STATESVILLE RECORD & LANDMARK - 2017-09-24 01:45:00

McDowell High School Homecoming Parade

McDowell High School's homecoming parade strolled down the streets of downtown Marion Thursday evening featuring the marching band, homecoming court, club representatives, NJROTC, the Emergency Services Academy, cheerleaders and many more. Students celebrated homecoming throughout the week showing t

MCDOWELL NEWS - 2017-09-22 20:21:00

Hickory City Council approves rezoning for mixed-use development

HICKORY - The Hickory City Council approved a rezoning for 23 acres of property for a residential and mixed-use development intended to providing housing for Catawba Valley Community College students at its meeting Tuesday. The land in question is a little more than 23 acres in total, split among pa

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:15:00

Early voting for Hickory primary begins

HICKORY - Early voting in the Hickory primary begins today and runs through Oct. 7 at Highland Recreation Center. Residents of Hickory will be voting to narrow the field of four mayoral candidates down to two while residents from Ward 5 will be doing the same with their field of three candidates. Th

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:00:00

5 Things To Do: Sept. 22-24

Sails Original Music Series features Mile Twelve The City of Hickory's 2017 Sails Original Music Series will host Mile Twelve, a bluegrass band based out of Boston. The five member band is self-described as "a fresh, hard driving young band beautifully walking the line between original and tradition

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:00:00

Winter without baseball a desolate prospect

"There are only two seasons -- Winter and Baseball." -- Bill Veeck It would be romantic and poetic and nostalgic, but not exactly accurate, for me to label 2017 as "The Summer Without Baseball." For the truth is that I did take in eight to 10 Hickory Crawdad games between mid-May and early September

GASTON GAZETTE - 2017-09-23 17:58:12

Friends book sale planned at Hickory library

HICKORY - The biggest book sale of the year is coming up at Patrick Beaver Memorial Library, Oct. 5-8. With thousands of titles from which to choose, the book sale is an opportunity for every member of the family to replenish their bookshelves for fall and winter reading. During the sale, sponsored

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:15:00

Schools in Catawba County celebrate value of grandparents

NEWTON - This month, schools across the county took the time to say "thank you" and to welcome all the grandparents in their feeder areas to spend time with their grandchildren. Blackburn Elementary Principal Jessica Minton-Cable has started her 16th year in education and her third year at the schoo

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:30:00

Hickory-area churches and businesses unite for hurricane relief

Buy Now SUBMITTED PHOTO Pastors Smith Sharpe of Discovery Church, Bob Thompson of Corinth Reformed Church, and Whit Malone of First Presbyterian Church spearhead a project for their congregations and local businesses to provide more than 500 emergency cleanup buckets for the victims of hurricanes Ha

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:15:00

Our view: Reaching new heights

Thumbs-up: to hope. Victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma are yet early in the process of rebuilding their lives, and, in many cases, from the foundation up. Many people in the High Country have donated time or resources to helping our Southern neighbors, including Blowing Rock School's seventh and

WATAUGA DEMOCRAT - 2017-09-24 04:00:00

Community opioid event planned at Hickory Ridge

HARRISBURG- The Cabarrus County Sheriff's Department is sponsoring another community opioid discussion at Hickory Ridge High School next week. The free event is set for Tuesday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. Topics will include current substance use issues in the community, ways opioids effect the body, signs

INDEPENDENT TRIBUNE - 2017-09-22 15:32:00

Police charge Newton man with Wal-Mart armed robbery

HICKORY - A Newton man was taken into custody and charged Wednesday with attempting to rob a victim at gunpoint in a Wal-Mart parking lot, according to a Hickory Police Department press release. The incident occurred Sept. 13, with a previous HPD release indicating the suspect "displayed a handgun a

HICKORY DAILY RECORD - 2017-09-23 04:00:00

Land transfers for Sept. 8-14 listed

William J. Kulczyk and Rhonda M. Kulczyk to Tracy G. Church and Heather K. Church, tract one, A Division Made for William J. Kulczyk and Rhonda M. Kulczyk and right-of-way. Township not listed. Marlene Myers-Josephsohn and David A. Josephsohn to Kevin Allen Perryman, 1.36 acres in Mulberry Township.

WILKES JOURNAL PATRIOT - 2017-09-22 19:00:00

Enjoy Fall with Friends of the Smokies at Purchase Knob, Hemphill Bald

Catch the colors of autumn from the ridge tops of Great Smoky Mountains National Park at Friends of the Smokies on Tuesday, Oct. 10, Classic Hike. This 7 mile out-and-back hike ascends 1,500 ft. from Purchase Knob to Hemphill Bald. The group hike will feature spectacular views and a stop at Ferguson

THE MOUNTAINEER - 2017-09-22 18:16:00

Man dies in U.S. 421 head-on - journalpatriot: News

An elderly man, traveling the wrong way on U.S. 421 East, was killed early Tuesday morning when his car collided head-on with a pickup, according to Trooper C.M. Anderson of the N.C. Highway Patrol. Junior Thomas Blackburn, 80, of Taylorsville, driver of a 2002 Nissan, suffered massive injuries and

WILKES JOURNAL PATRIOT - 2017-09-22 19:00:00