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How a Hands-On Workshop to Help You Find Government Opportunities
HOW A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP TO HELP YOU FIND GOVERNMENT OPPORTUNITIES
December 11-11, 2018
The federal government issues more than $600 billion in contracts per year. Opportunities are posted on a wide range of sources. The volume can be overwhelming. Finding the right opportunities that match your company’s products and services is a challenge. This course provides an overview of g...

Innovations in Governance: Achieving the SDGs through Improved Governance
INNOVATIONS IN GOVERNANCE: ACHIEVING THE SDGS THROUGH IMPROVED GOVERNANCE
December 11-11, 2018
Most indices of global development such as the SDGs measure the symptoms of chronic ineffective governance. The international development community has increasingly recognized this and shifted emphasis from service delivery and capacity-substitution to more nuanced approaches that strengthen local s...

Catawba County Government


Catawba County, North Carolina, is located in the western part of the State in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It was established on December 12, 1842 and, on January 8, 1845, Newton was selected as the County seat. It was one of the first counties of the 100 counties in North Carolina to adopt the county manager form of government (March 1, 1937). The Board of Commissioners has five members elected on an at-large basis to staggered four year terms.

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NEWTON – The Catawba County Board of Commissioners swore in three returning elected officials Monday morning at the 1924 Courthouse in Newton. County Commissioners Barbara Beatty and Dan Hunsucker along with Register of Deeds Donna Hicks Spencer all renewed their terms as county officials. All three of the officials ran unopposed in the 2016 election. Beatty has served as a commissioner since 1996, Hunsucker since 2000 and Spencer since 2004....
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NEWTON – A local man appeared before Catawba County District Court Judge Wesley W. Barkley Wednesday morning on charges in a Tuesday night crash on U.S. Highway 70 that ended with the death of a Caldwell County preacher. Zachariah Arthur Carl, 31, of Newton, faces charges of one felony count of second-degree murder, one count of driving while impaired, one count of failure to stop for a red light, one count of possession of an open container, one count of driving with license revoked and o...
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CATAWBA COUNTY, N.C. – A Caldwell County man was killed in a crash involving a drunk driver Tuesday evening, police say. According to NC Highway Patrol, two vehicles were involved in a crash on US 70 near Industrial Boulevard in front of the Hickory Fairgrounds in Catawba County when a driver under the influence of alcohol ran a red light. Michael Howard Vanderburg, 43, of Granite Falls, died as a result of his injuries in the crash. Officials say that four others were injured in the colli...
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EVENTS

How a Hands-On Workshop to Help You Find Government Opportunities
HOW A HANDS-ON WORKSHOP TO HELP YOU FIND GOVERNMENT OPPORTUNITIES
December 11-11, 2018
The federal government issues more than $600 billion in contracts per year. Opportunities are posted on a wide range of sources. The volume can be overwhelming. Finding the right opportunities that match your company’s products and services is a challenge. This course provides an overview of g...

Innovations in Governance: Achieving the SDGs through Improved Governance
INNOVATIONS IN GOVERNANCE: ACHIEVING THE SDGS THROUGH IMPROVED GOVERNANCE
December 11-11, 2018
Most indices of global development such as the SDGs measure the symptoms of chronic ineffective governance. The international development community has increasingly recognized this and shifted emphasis from service delivery and capacity-substitution to more nuanced approaches that strengthen local s...