Student accused of spiking NC teacher?s drink with ?Horny Goat Weed?
TAYLORSVILLE, N.C. ? A North Carolina high school student is accused of spiking a teacher?s drink with ?Horny Goat Weed.? WSOC-TV reported that it recently happened to a teacher at Alexander County High School in Taylorsville. ?The teacher walked into her classroom and saw students messing with something,? according to school resource officer Michael Millsaps. [?]
Racers geared up to chase Snowball Derby victory
Erik Jones picked up his second Snowball Derby victory a 5 Flags Speedway in 2013 after Chase Elliott's car failed post-race inspection. / Photo: Matt Weaver
Tobacco Farm Life Museum Accepting Applications for Innovative Young Farmer Award
The Tobacco Farm Life Museum is now accepting applications for the Innovative Young Farmer of the Year award. The award, sponsored by the Farm Credit Associations of North Carolina , will reward the hard work and innovative thinking of young farmers in North Carolina. (PRWeb December 15, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12395823.htm
Carolina Farm Credit Board Elects Chairman and Vice-Chairman
On October 26, the Carolina Farm Credit board of directors held an organizational meeting at which board members re-elected Mark A. Bray of Lawsonville as chairman and L. Kim Starnes of Salisbury as vice-chairman. (PRWeb November 21, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/11/prweb12346412.htm
Vandals escape after entering old Alexander Hospital
The hospital closed eight years ago and, in recent years, several manufacturing buildings were shuttered as well. Police officials say it is almost impossible to properly patrol all of the buildings.
North Carolina Caisson Unit gives fallen officers the respect they deserve
It was two weeks ago today this crash claimed the life of Sergeant Jeffery Greene - the first Union County sheriff's deputy to die in the line of duty. Three days later, he was buried with full military and law enforcement honors and the North Carolina Troopers Association Caisson Unit carried Sergeant Greene to his final resting place.Tonight, sarah Blake Morgan shows us how that group steps in ...
Vandals cause heavy damage to cars in Alexander County
What happened to Johnson also happened to two other car owners in the area overnight. It also happened to several more this past summer in the same area, said Sheriff Chris Bowman.
Firms in a bind after payroll operators charged with fraud
The Internal Revenue Service and North Carolina Department of Revenue were demanding $15,000 in taxes, penalties and interest, said Angela Caudle, office manager for the Taylorsville manufacturer, which employs about 35.