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The space where a log cabin used to be on Harper Avenue could become a car lot, but much has to happen before that can take place, a city official said.

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Fire investigators were not able to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed a thrift store in Whitnel on Feb. 23, the Lenoir fire chief said.

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The North Carolina School for the Deaf in Morganton is offering American Sign Language classes online via Zoom and hopes to go back to in-person classes once it safely can. The classes are offered weekly and are free of charge to anyone interested. To find out more about ASL classes at NCSD …

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Caldwell County will begin holding jury trials in Superior Court next week, the chief Superior Court judge said.

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In the months after being released from prison in October, 27-year-old Jordon Cornell was feeling increasingly hopeless, and that feeds into how he came into a confrontation with deputies early Wednesday that resulted in him being shot, his grandmother said.

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The Caldwell Senior Center is offering an online mental health program from VAYA Health on Friday, March 5, at 10 a.m. The topics are “Schizophrenia: Psychosis: Can This Be Real?” and “The Many Faces of Antipsychotic Medications.” If interested, register by March 2 by calling the senior cent…

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By the calendar, spring is still more than two weeks away, but daffodills in some places, including these at the Caldwell County Public Library in Lenoir, have started blooming.

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A former Caldwell County deputy accused of assaulting his ex-fiancee filed a court request after he was charged for a domestic violence protective order against the woman.

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The kickoff to the Foundation of Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s Annual Fund Drive looked different than usual this year — an online event because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Granite Falls officials intend to have a splash pad built at the town’s recreation center, the latest addition in a long-term renovation project that started eight years ago.

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A man convicted in September of charges saying he rammed a vehicle driven by the Caldwell County sheriff had another confrontation with deputies early Wednesday and was shot after he pulled out a gun, officials said.

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The idea of creating a podcast came up during a Bible study discussion at Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church about getting information about COVID-19 out to the community, Pastor Ike Perkins said.

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More North Carolinians can get COVID-19 vaccinations starting today as Gov. Roy Cooper and state public health leaders expand the pool of people eligible for inoculations.

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South Caldwell High School’s archery team won first place in a state competition, and two team members came in first in individual competition.