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Charles Sloop lives in Mt. Ulla (Iredell County) and after retiring as a dairy farmer, looked for a hobby. He had a few old ball caps and hung them on his fence just for fun. Now more than a thousand hats adorn his fence, and he often forms them to spell words. His property has become known as Hatville--which he has spelled out in hats!
The vast museum in Iredell County features all kinds of cars, from Model A's, to race cars, to may that have appeared in major movies.
Our Tar Heel Traveler has more on a company known for its rocking chairs (President Kennedy even used one for his bad back). Troutman rocking chairs can be seen in airports, classrooms and other locations.
Scott Mason, our Tar Heel Traveler, is in Iredell County with the story of the Historic Vance Hotel, a place with a rich history, which includes tales of it being haunted and a little girl who roams the lonely halls.
Scott Mason, our Tar Heel Traveler, takes us to a business in Iredell County that's been making all kinds of bricks for more than 100 years.
The controversy over a therapy cat in one North Carolina community has created a controversy of its own.
Iredell County Sheriff Darren Campbell said a deputy was on his lunch break when he tried to pick up an engagement ring he was having sized at Kay Jewelers in Statesville. When the deputy walked into the store, Campbell says the manager turned him away because of his service weapon.
On a brilliant final day of April, Perryrease Stinson beamed as she cut the ribbon on the front door of her new home in Mooresville.
Bill DuPre, Habitat for Humanity North Carolina
The view from Perryrease Stinson's new porch is of a proud neighborhood of attractive homes.
Perryrease Stinson cuts the ribbon before inviting guests at the dedication into her new Habitat for Humanity home.