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Sunday, Jan. 14, 2017 -- The ability to maintain a strong private higher education sector in North Carolina and across our country is directly related... [Read More]
BMW hosts "Weekend with Heroes" event. (1/13/18) [Read More]
I do not live under a rock; I know that opioids are a problem in today's society. I do understand that. [Read More]
A Stanley man has been charged with multiple drug felonies following the execution of a search warrant in the 6500 block of McIntosh Road on... [Read More]
Safe Harbor Rescue Mission was recently the recipient of a check for $815 presented by the Catawba Valley British Motor Club (CVBMC). The funds were... [Read More]
We recently lost a family member who had been a member of their original church and their families from 60-plus years back. When they joined... [Read More]
President Donald Trump's claims about voter fraud are preposterous. No credible evidence suggests that millions of people cast illegal ballots, or that candidates who outpoll... [Read More]
Here is a valuable lesson I recently learned: Before leaving home, make sure your shirt isn't inside out. [Read More]
CATAWBA COUNTY— In April 2003, Andrew Zebroski was living in New York. [Read More]
Dave Clarke, Catawba Regional Hospice CEO for the past 20 years, retired from the leadership role on Dec. 31. He will transition to leading business... [Read More]
SUBMITTED PHOTO For the second year, students in Catawba Valley Community College's Automotive Systems Technology Club donated blankets and stuffed animals to Catawba County Sheriff's... [Read More]
Caldwell Hospice and Palliative Care was recently honored as 2017 Civic/Nonprofit Organization of the Year, a recognition that coincides with Caldwell Hospice's own 35th anniversary... [Read More]
The Blue Ridge Piedmont Chapter of the American Red Cross announced that Scott Loudermelt has been named the new executive director. Loudermelt comes to the... [Read More]
Not a lot of responses to my Jan. 7 request that readers email me reminiscences of childhood pastimes. You may recall that I'd read an... [Read More]
"Dear Jill,... [Read More]
A fire early Sunday morning damaged a home in Winterville. [Read More]
Organizers of the Black Mountain Women's March on Saturday, Jan. 20 are inviting all local residents to participate. [Read More]
Vocalist Rhoda Weaver hadn't planned to be a professional musician. [Read More]
For two decades, A.T. and Doris Brown of Black Mountain ran a camp that used the Florida jungle to teach kids about God. [Read More]
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