Answers to news quiz
1. C. Commissioners approved a conditional-use permit for a new solar farm at 12700 Statesville Blvd., within sight of Moerman’s property.
2. A. Files had been walking the length of her 3/4-mile driveway twice a day because it was impassable by car.
3. D. In 2011, Sanders made it to Las Vegas in the “American Idol” competition before being eliminated in a group round of 48 finalists. He is still alive in this year’s “Idol” after a successful audition in Kansas City.
4. C. Peace of Mind is a pet-sitting service.
5. B. Arnett Muldrow has submitted a $35,000 proposal for doing a revitalization plan for Granite Quarry.
6. A. Dr. Charles Nagy performed the first total joint replacement at the Hefner VA Medical Center when he gave Army veteran Elliot Crawford a new knee.
7. B. Tannehill has made an offer on the Kiwanis Health Camp property, and Salisbury City Council has approved a rezoning which would allow the school there.
8. D. Thompson spent more than three years as a TV news anchor and reporter for stations in Hazard, Ky., and Raleigh.
9. B. Chief Superior Court Judge Anna Mills Wagoner of Salisbury is part of a three-judge panel that convened Friday to review the case of Joseph Sledge, convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the 1976 murder of a mother and daughter. The N.C. Innocence Inquiry Commission found sufficient evidence for there to be a judicial review of the case.
10. D. Dan Brown started Center for Faith & the Arts after his 30-year career as a professor at Catawba College.