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Game 1 goes to Cherryville

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor CHERRYVILLE — Cherryville Post 100 needed a boost, so Chandler Jenkins decided to give it one. A ball hit off Nixon Gymnasium by Jenkins broke a fifth-inning tie, and the third-year Post 100 player pitched nine strong innings as Cherryville defeated the Lincoln County Cardinals 8-3…

Local To-Dos

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Local To-Dos for July 3, 2015. BASKETBALL CAMPS: East Lincoln has two upcoming basketball camps at the school: A Denver Nuggets-sponsored AAU co-ed camp July 6-9, and a co-ed camp Aug. 3-6. Cost for one camp is $60 in advance, or $70 the day of the camp. Families enrolling multiple…

Reader’s Forum — 7-3-15

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 Reader’s forum for July 3, 2015. Keep the caboose I have read all the articles about the caboose and depot. What needs to be done is give the man his money back. Now maybe he can find one somewhere else. We, the people of Lincolnton, need the caboose to stay…

Family brings tastes of Brooklyn to Denver

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer It’s a Friday night, the busiest night of the week at Cessie’s Brooklyn Pizza and Pasta in Denver. Co-owner Joel Broder, 77, is making his way around the spacious dining room. He is making kids laugh and keeping glasses full of beverages for his valued customers.…

Obituaries — 7-3-15

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Obituaries for July 3, 2015. Myrtle Lee Bradshaw Koone Myrtle Lee Bradshaw Koone, 82, of Conover passed away Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at her residence. Born April 3, 1933 in Gaston County to the late Thomas Alexander and Algie Corenda Johnson Bradshaw. She enjoyed making crafts, cross-stitching, and puzzles, In…

BALLARD: Husband and wife have served as missionaries for 40 years

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PAULETTE BALLARD Guest Columnist Faye Painter and her husband, Olen, have been with the CIMI mission board for more than 40 years. They were educated at the candidate school in Chattanooga, Tennessee. They learned what would be expected of them and how to go to people’s homes and teach them…

Finding your Realtor

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Special to LTN Finding a Realtor who’s right for you is vital to enjoying a relatively pain-free real estate transaction. And let’s face it, there are going to be highs and lows during the process, but this is such an important decision that you want to be thorough. And a…

All Shook Up: Tribute artist all about ‘timeless music’

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer Elvis Presley is a music legend. Regardless of your taste in music, you can’t deny worldwide sales of 2.5 billion. When Danny Crouse brings his Elvis-inspired act to Lincolnton on July 17 when the “King” takes the stage at the Lincoln County Veteran’s Center on Howard’s…

Deputies: Man had 3 pounds of pot

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Staff report A Lincolnton man has been charged with possessing nearly three pounds of marijuana after an anonymous tip to law enforcement led to a search of his home. Terrell Richard Sweet, 45, of 225 Bynum Road, was arrested of Tuesday when Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office narcotics investigators followed up…

Lincolnton woman travels globe with prized pooches

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Laura Moretz competes for Purina team   PHIL PERRY Staff Writer If you had told Laura Moretz that after she graduated from UNC-Charlotte with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology and sociology that she would be traveling the globe as an award winning dog trainer and performer 20 years later, she…

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