As he prepared to show a guest at the Caldwell Heritage Museum what a day in the life of a museum director is like, Colin Foust walked into the small library in the back of the museum carrying a yellow legal pad in his hand and wearing a big smile on his face. “I love solving puzzles,” Foust said.
Unlike other school systems in the state, the Caldwell County Schools have not canceled summer classes for driver’s education even as local school officials wait with fingers crossed that the General Assembly will pay for the program.
Those staying close to home this weekend can choose from plenty of events, especially on Saturday.
In recent years, vehicles have parked in the traveling lanes of the Lenoir Mall parking lot to watch the fireworks show, but this year that will not be allowed, and officers will keep all travel lanes open.
Caldwell County Post 29 will begin its quest for an Area IV championship tonight in game 1 of the first round of the Area IV playoffs.
Caldwell County Post 29’s Colton Henthorne has been named the Lenoir News-Topic week 5 Player of the Week.
Caldwell County Post 29 claimed the Area IV Western Division championship with a 15-2 victory in seven innings at Rutherford County Post 423.
Caldwell County Post 29 scored nine unanswered runs, ending with a game-winning RBI single by Taylor Purus in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the 29ers a 9-8 victory over Rutherford County Post 423 at M.S. Deal Stadium.