An angler in a kayak fishes on the Catawba River during the River Bassin' Tournament. In 2008, the Catawba earned the unwanted distinction as the nation’s most endangered river.
An angler in a kayak fishes on the Catawba River during the River Bassin' Tournament. In 2008, the Catawba earned the unwanted distinction as the nation’s most endangered river. Tracy Kimball Herald file photo
An angler in a kayak fishes on the Catawba River during the River Bassin' Tournament. In 2008, the Catawba earned the unwanted distinction as the nation’s most endangered river. Tracy Kimball Herald file photo

It’s a list the Catawba River wouldn’t want to make. Can the river stay off for good?

April 15, 2017 08:47 PM

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