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Insurance agent Dane Ogden opens new office and joins local chamber of commerce. Lenoir
By Tiffany Shirley, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Aug. 6--When the Project Lead the Way program was introduced at William Lenoir Middle School last school year, students discovered a new way of learning.
By Nathan Key, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Aug. 2--Rick Shehan has done a little of everything in a law enforcement career spanning nearly 29 years. Now he's going to try his hand at a new role: retirement.
By Nathan Key, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Aug. 1--A multi-jurisdiction sting in Burke County earlier this week led to the recovery of more than 75 catalytic converters and cash.
By Paul Teague, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Jul. 26--During debate of a bill last week to study drought situations and give the governor more power to combat water shortages, North Carolina Sen.
By Tiffany Shirley, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Jul.
By Tiffany Shirlety, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Jul. 1--A new school year will bring a new face to the Caldwell County School System, along with some familiar ones. During a special session Monday night, the Board of Education approved three administrative recommendations.
By Tiffany Shirley, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Jun. 26--A commitment to students and education in Caldwell County ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬" that's what the new Caldwell Early College High School multipurpose facility symbolizes.
By Edward Terry, News-Topic, Lenoir, N.C. Jun. 14--It's not so much the Caldwell Pathways organization or the healthy lifestyles that it promotes that Yadkin Valley land owner Don Kincaid has a problem with.
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