Answers to 1D news quiz
1. C. Price, 30, was sworn in as Granite Quarry’s new town manager last Monday.
New Sarum Brewery received city and county incentives to move into the old Tractor Building adjacent to the Gateway parking lot off North Lee Street.
3. B. At present, N.C. law requires a criminal defendant in Superior Court felony cases to have a jury trial. If passed, the amendment would allow him or her to choose a bench trial over a jury trial, if desired.
4. D. The 52.1 percent of third-graders reading at grade level is actually up from the 38.3 percent from the previous year.
5. A. The Stories to Go bookmobile totes 2,500 books and two librarians around to 33 different child-care centers in the county.
6. B. Cooper thinks a federal judge’s ruling last week will clear the way for same-sex marriages in North Carolina “relatively soon.”
7. A. The foundation has called into question the constitutionality of Bible classes taught at elementary schools.
8. B. The “GQROX” brand builds on the town’s history with rock quarries.
9. C. The county’s appeal, coming in the form of a petition, goes to Superior Court.
10. C. Besides the cast, the production will include a 24-piece orchestra from Salisbury Symphony and a choir of nearly 150 singers.