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Mustangs capitalize on Wolves’ mistakes; Rebels down Bears while Knights fall

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS East Lincoln turned three Lincolnton fumbles into scores, and Chazz Surratt and the Mustangs’ offense got going in the second half as they won 28-9 at Lincolnton on Friday. Surratt, held to 10 yards rushing and 70 yards passing in the first half, finished with 123 yards rushing…

Carillon holds BBQ fundraiser

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Around Town — 10-4-13

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FRIDAY BBQ sale The Lincoln County Democratic Party will host a BBQ fundraiser 12-4 p.m. at its facility headquarters on W. Water St. in Lincolnton. Cost is $8. Individuals may dine-in or carry-out. Consignment sale Messiah UMC, N.C. 27 in West in Lincolnton, will host a consigment sale 7-10 p.m.…

2,000 days between birth and kindergarten

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  AMY WADSWORTH Guest Columnist Did you know there are only 2,000 days between the time a baby is born and when that child begins kindergarten? The foundation for all future learning is built during early childhood. The brain is the only organ not fully developed at birth. Experiences during…

Reviving memories of the early fall fair

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    KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist You know it’s really the fall season when the weather cools and the Cleveland County Fair is going on. I had to decline an invitation to the fair on its first opening day because I knew if I went I couldn’t do what I…

Trojans keep WL winless in SD-7 play

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor VALE –– Still in search of the season’s first conference boys soccer victory, West Lincoln dominated its match with Bandys Wednesday save for one mental lapse on defense. That was all the Trojans needed. Emilio Torres snuck in behind the defense to score on a…

Showdown No. 2

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’Stangs, Wolves set to battle tonight By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor The second week of conference play brings Lincoln County its second big showdown. Last week it was Lincolnton and West Lincoln, with the Wolves coming out on top, 21-13. Today, they host defending state 2A champ East Lincoln looking…

Reader’s Forum 10-4-13

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  Enough! Over the last 20 years of taxing and spending, our city budget has increased more under the Democrat majority than in the preceding 150 years. Now this Democrat majority on our City Council wants us to believe they’ve changed their spots. If it had not been for the…

Criminal Charges 10-4-13

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Laura Ann Hutchins, 24, of 3126 Range Rd. in Lincolnton was charged Sept. 30 with one count of cyberstalking. A $500 unsecured bond was set. Edwin Harrison McDonald, 60, of 2319 Montanna Ave. in Hurricane, W. Va., was charged Sept.…

Knights JVs knock off Cougars

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Caleb Sherrill ran for 176 yards a pair of touchdowns to help North Lincoln’s junior varsity football team to a 24-18 win over visiting Alexander Central on Thursday. Sherrill also had three 2-point conversion runs, and scored on a 49-yard run with 8:46 left for the win. WEST…

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