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Kaitlyn Hammer picks out gifts with her daughter, Coralyn Haynes, on Monday morning at the Catawba County Christmas Bureau. JEREMY DETTER/HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Joel Reece, one of the lead volunteers with the Salvation Army, puts out additional gifts at the Catawba County Christmas Bureau on Monday morning. JEREMY DETTER/HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Stuffed animals are set out and ready to be picked up by parents at the Catawba County Christmas Bureau on Monday morning. JEREMY DETTER/HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Michelle Lee (center), celebrates with volunteers after drawing a winning ticket at the Catawba County Christmas Bureau on Monday. Lee won a bicycle for her 7-year-old son. JEREMY DETTER/HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Cindy Howell (left), a volunteer for the Catawba County Christmas Bureau, helps Blia Yang pick out a gift for Yang's daughter on Monday morning. Jeremy Detter/HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Posted: Monday, December 17, 2012 6:53 pm
Posted in News on Monday, December 17, 2012 6:53 pm.
TAYLORSVILLE – Alexander County Sheriff's deputies arrested a woman after receiving a 911 call Tuesday morning to report an unresponsive 4-day-old male infant.Aishia Marie Pacheco, Chris Bowman, Alexander County, Edward L. Hedric Iv, Taylorsville, First Responder, Joel Harperson, Joel Harbinson, Tyler Pacheco, Alex Bond, Post, Cindy, Reid
HICKORY – While it may not be a surprise, when it comes to paying county government employees in the Catawba Valley regions of Alexander, Burke, Caldwell and Catawba counties, the bigger the population of the county, the more money that is invested in hiring and paying employees.Salary, Employee, List, Starting Salary, Tom Lundy, Base Salary, Burke County
HICKORY – Browse the photos of nightlife in Hickory from Friday. Reporter Valerie Buccio visited Downtown Hickory for the Sails Original Music Series featuring Alanna Royale. Were you spotted around Hickory on Friday night?
HICKORY -- Browse mugshots of felony arrests around the Hickory area. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
A collection of photos from the Minor League Baseball game between the Hickory Crawdads and the Greensboro Grasshoppers at L.P. Frans Stadium. Photos by KJ Hiramoto/Hickory Daily Record
NEWTON – From Israeli Folk dancers to a mariachi group to Azteca dancers, the City of Newton’s Unity Day Celebration on Sunday brought every aspect of the community together.