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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 to public policies that encourage and support students and families who continue to seek the American Dream of a college education as a pathway to a better quality of life and a brighter future. [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 Thursday, according to... [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 raised through CVBMC's annual Christmas... [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 the church 40-plus years ago,... [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 rivals by several... [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 development for the Teleios Collaborative... [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 Department for deputies to carry... [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 of service in the community. [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 Red Cross from Habitat for... [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 article listing weird stuff that... [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]