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5 big budget questions

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PATRICK GANNON Syndicated Columnist The last week brought an optimistic tone to lingering budget negotiations on Jones Street, but plenty of important issues remain undecided as the budget impasse reaches its third month since the start of the new fiscal year on July 1. Legislators now have until Sept. 18…

Eating with the locals near the water

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D.G. MARTIN Syndicated Columnist How do you find a home cooking restaurant that is both near an interstate highway and on or near the water? It is not easy. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about one of them, Holland’s Shelter Creek Restaurant near I-40 and adjoining a tributary…

Lincoln Personnel Grand Opening

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Rebels top Wolves, win SD-7 opener

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor VALE — It wasn’t the prettiest of wins, but West Lincoln will take it. The Rebels made plays when they had to, and got some help from Lincolnton when they needed it, as they opened Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference volleyball play with a 3-1…

Q Foundation not just an easy victory

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor For three seasons East Lincoln may have gotten the best of the Charlotte Q Foundation, but what seems like a sure win for the Mustangs are the last reason the organization is on their schedule. East Lincoln ran its win streak to 18 games with a…

LOCAL ROUNDUP — Mustangs drop Bandys in SD-7 volleyball opener

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Local roundup for September 2, 2015. LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Haley Buchanan had nine kills, Kali Krehnbrink added seven, and East Lincoln opened Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference volleyball play with a 3-1 win at Bandys on Tuesday. Set scores were 22-25, 25-21, 25-21, 25-22. Ashley Blackwell added four aces, 12…

65th Anniversary

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Commissioners, Planning Board meet for joint session

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ADAM LAWSON Staff Writer Transportation issues, quasi-judicial procedure and long-term objectives were items of discussion when Lincoln County’s Planning Board met with the county’s Board of Commissioners on Monday night. Martin Oakes, a freshman commissioner, said the training was invaluable and should be held the January following elections, going forward.…

Industrial recruitment, First Federal Park on city agenda

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer A presentation by Business and Community Development Director Vicki Davis and City Manager Jeff Emory to City Council regarding the city’s industrial recruiting efforts and the approval of a contract between the city and Wirth and Associates for the design of First Federal Park highlight an…

Concert series celebrates man’s love of music

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ADAM LAWSON Staff Writer Richard Alexander didn’t want a funeral. He didn’t want a complicated burial. Most importantly, he didn’t want anyone to grieve. The former college professor, who died at 84 in 2010, simply wanted those around him to enjoy the things he and his wife, Clara, enjoyed doing.…

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