Kannapolis


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Kannapolis

(kənăp`əlĭs), city (1990 pop. 29,696), Cabarrus and Rowan counties, W central N.C.; founded 1906, inc. 1984. It began as a planned company town and was owned by Cannon Mills (later part of Pillowtex, which went into bankruptcy), known for its production of household linens and textiles. Cannon Village includes the Fieldcrest Cannon Textile Museum and Exhibition Hall and a tribute to native son Dale EarnhardtEarnhardt, Dale
(Ralph Dale Earnhardt, Sr.) , 1951–2001, American auto racing driver widely regarded as stock car racing's greatest star, b. Kannapolis, N.C. The 1979 National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) Rookie of the Year, he became, initially in
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A 6-feet-2, 205-pound righty from Cedarsburg, Wisconsin, Stiever has thrived since being promoted from low Class A Kannapolis to Winston-Salem.
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With this acquisition, Zips will also develop two new facilities in Kannapolis and Greensboro, North Carolina.
The 312-unit multi-family property is located in Kannapolis, North Carolina, a suburb of Charlotte.
Sean Hunter from Kannapolis Middle School in Kannapolis, N.C., shared this tip that he received at a conference.
Meritage Homes has closed on the purchase of 231 approved lots within the Kellswater Bridge community in Kannapolis, North Carolina.
Born in Kannapolis, North Carolina, Hampton had joined the marines out of high school in July 1942.
Joining him as officers are treasurer Keith Wayne of Kannapolis, N.C., and vice presidents Anthony DeCarlo, Cincinnati; Chris Forster of Tustin, Calif.; Mario Garza of Southville, Mich.; and, Rocky Geans of Mishawaka, Ind.
The Kannapolis, North Carolina, native recently clinched a fifth consecutive appearance in the championship-deciding Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup and is a two-time winner of the prestigious Daytona 500.
It details the history of the league and its predecessors, then presents profiles of the Asheville Tourists, Augusta Greenjackets, Charleston RiverDogs, Delmarva Shorebirds, Greensboro Grasshoppers, Greenville Drive, Hagerstown Suns, Hickory Crawdads, Kannapolis Intimidators, Lakewood BlueClaws, Lexington Legends, Rome Braves, Savannah Gnats, and West Virginia Power, with information on the history of baseball in the town or city, stadiums, and teams and players, as well as baseball-related and other attractions and restaurants, followed by discussion of Durham as the hub for a road trip, two road trip itineraries and options for fans of a specific team.