By Michael Handy bio emailSALISBURY, NC (WBTV) A stretch of I 85 in Rowan County which is known as the worst stretch of highway in North Carolina could soon get a huge make over.This week, transportation officials submitted an application for federal stimulus money in hopes of re doing the entire seven mile section.The project would include a new Yadkin River Bridge which is known as one of the most dangerous, deadliest bridges in the southeast United States.”It too narrow,” said Clarence Bowers, a truck driver. “It a dangerous little bridge.”Truckers use lots of adjectives to describe the Yadkin River Bridge, But it is rare to hear anything positive.”You gotta be careful,” said Ralph Faircloth. “You don want to crowd nobody on the other side of you.”Nearly 70,000 vehicles cross the bridge on a daily basis.
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“It was an interesting time,” Corrigan says. “[The department] didn’t give us a big lump; they asked us to only recruit forward, not give money to guys on the team. That was a terrible dynamic for having a team, and it seemed like there was no good way to address that.
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Gloversville firefighters, assisted by other area fire units, spent a good part of Saturday getting the fire under control. Fire broke out at the abandoned former JBF Industries at 41 W. 11th Ave. The air was rich with words and phrases that caught my attention. I’ve had the privilege to interact and speak with the coaches who ran the sidelines and station work at Saturday’s event many times, but the collegial familiarity was bolstered by everyone spending so much time together in close quarters. A few prime selections included:.