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  As of the census of 2000, there were 905 people, 400 households, and 254 families residing in the town. The population density was 1,166.6 people per square mile (448.0/km²). There were 456 housing units at an average density of 587...more

  • Foley, Duggan headling Big Time Wrestling Professional wrestling in North Carolina has seen a resurgence in popularity of late ... “Though this will be a fundraiser for the Cooleemee Youth Football League and I hope there is a great turnout from the community to support the cause.
  • Jackie Lee Nichols Jackie was born on October 26, 1933 in Cooleemee, North Carolina. At the age of three he was run over by an automobile which crushed his right foot leaving him with a lifelong limp and constant pain. He worked in the cotton mill until 1953 when he ...
  • Cooleemee barbecue sale is this Saturday Proceeds go to keep Cooleemee’s three heritage museums open. The history-minded town of less than 1,000 operates the Textile Heritage Center Museum, the Mill House Museum and has the claim for North Carolina’s smallest museum, the Fire Fighters Museum.
  • Cooleemee gets $200,000 EPA grant for cleanup The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced plans to award Cooleemee a $200,000 assessment grant for hazardous substances that will go for cleaning and redeveloping contaminated property. Four other communities in North Carolina also got ...
  • Jockey to pull from Jamaica by December - 575 jobs to go at Lucea factory Jockey, in a statement, said the closure of the Lucea factory was linked to the shutdown of its Cooleemee, North Carolina knitting facility, from which the Jamaica operation got its fabric. "Jockey's plants in Costa Rica and Honduras, along with Jockey's ...
  • Jockey closing Lucea factory as the firm intends to close the factory as part of a phase-out of operations at its Cooleemee, North Carolina knitting plant in the United States. "We received the letters Thursday telling us how we would be paid," said 38-year-old Doeman. "Some shock ...
  • Peter W. Hairston Peter W. Hairston, 93, the former Superior Court judge and member of the North Carolina General Assembly, died Sunday, Feb. 4, 2007, at his ancestral home, Cooleemee Plantation, on the Yadkin River in Davie County. A memorial service for Judge Hairston ...
  • Ethel B. Simmonds Ethel Louise Byerly Simmonds, 88, died March 4 of natural causes at Penick Village, the Episcopal Church retirement community in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Mrs. Simmonds was born in Cooleemee, North Carolina, the daughter of Dr. Andrew Baxter Byerly ...
  • Foley, Duggan headling Big Time Wrestling Professional wrestling in North Carolina has seen a resurgence in popularity of late ... “Though this will be a fundraiser for the Cooleemee Youth Football League and I hope there is a great turnout from the community to support the cause.
  • Jackie Lee Nichols Jackie was born on October 26, 1933 in Cooleemee, North Carolina. At the age of three he was run over by an automobile which crushed his right foot leaving him with a lifelong limp and constant pain. He worked in the cotton mill until 1953 when he ...
  • Cooleemee barbecue sale is this Saturday Proceeds go to keep Cooleemee’s three heritage museums open. The history-minded town of less than 1,000 operates the Textile Heritage Center Museum, the Mill House Museum and has the claim for North Carolina’s smallest museum, the Fire Fighters Museum.
  • Cooleemee gets $200,000 EPA grant for cleanup The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced plans to award Cooleemee a $200,000 assessment grant for hazardous substances that will go for cleaning and redeveloping contaminated property. Four other communities in North Carolina also got ...
  • Jockey to pull from Jamaica by December - 575 jobs to go at Lucea factory Jockey, in a statement, said the closure of the Lucea factory was linked to the shutdown of its Cooleemee, North Carolina knitting facility, from which the Jamaica operation got its fabric. "Jockey's plants in Costa Rica and Honduras, along with Jockey's ...
  • Jockey closing Lucea factory as the firm intends to close the factory as part of a phase-out of operations at its Cooleemee, North Carolina knitting plant in the United States. "We received the letters Thursday telling us how we would be paid," said 38-year-old Doeman. "Some shock ...
  • Peter W. Hairston Peter W. Hairston, 93, the former Superior Court judge and member of the North Carolina General Assembly, died Sunday, Feb. 4, 2007, at his ancestral home, Cooleemee Plantation, on the Yadkin River in Davie County. A memorial service for Judge Hairston ...
  • Ethel B. Simmonds Ethel Louise Byerly Simmonds, 88, died March 4 of natural causes at Penick Village, the Episcopal Church retirement community in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Mrs. Simmonds was born in Cooleemee, North Carolina, the daughter of Dr. Andrew Baxter Byerly ...

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