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Our View — Businesses giving back

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Businesses that make it a point to give back to the community deserve our recognition and appreciation. The Lincolnton Lowe’s is currently working on improvements and upgrades to the American Legion Post 30 building on North Aspen Street in Lincolnton, through the Lowe’s Heroes project. That endeavor, led by store…

Candidates take a stand at ELBA forum

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Talk of changes to Lincoln County’s Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) kicked off the East Lincoln Betterment Association’s Candidates Forum on Thursday. The forum, held at Unity Presbyterian Church in Denver, gave community members an opportunity to hear from the candidates about their positions on local hot…

Legion building helped back to fighting form

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Lowe’s Heroes project brings volunteers together with local veterans ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer The American Legion building on North Aspen Street in Lincolnton is in the process of getting a much-deserved facelift, thanks to a program at Lowe’s called Lowe’s Heroes. The annual program is designed to give back to…

WWII veteran looks back on service with pride

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Marilyn Wallace is a spry 90-year-old who remembers her service in the Army Air Forces during World War II with pride. The New York native followed in her mother’s and brother’s footsteps, enlisting in the military during the height of the war. “My mother came home…

Schedule of Values on county agenda

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County’s Board of Commissioners will meet tonight to vote on the proposed Schedule of Values. Discussion regarding the 2015 proposal has been contentious, with the decision having been delayed twice thus far. At the conclusion of commissioners’ Oct. 6 meeting, commissioners Carroll Mitchem, Cecelia Martin…

Soup, pottery sale to benefit Lincoln County hospice

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Rising Sun Pottery will host its 17th Empty Bowls Project to benefit Hospice of Lincoln County on Tuesday. The project originally started in the 1970s in Colorado to benefit a soup kitchen. When Gary Lee of Rising Sun Pottery brought the project to Lincoln County, he…

League leaders

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Mustangs drop Red Devils, take sole possession of first in SD-7 RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor DENVER — After a mistake-riddled first half for both East Lincoln and Newton-Conover, the Mustangs were the ones who got it together. Chazz Surratt accounted for 498 total yards and five touchdowns, and East Lincoln…

Wolves, Rebels pick up league wins

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Mooresville runs away from North Lincoln LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Lincolnton set the tone on its homecoming night with the first play of the game as it pounded Bunker Hill 57-2 in a Southern District 7 2A matchup on Friday. The win pulled the Wolves (6-2, 3-1) into a tie for second…

LOCAL ROUNDUP — Eagles advance in volleyball playoffs

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Lincoln Charter’s volleyball team advanced to the second round of the NCHSAA state 1A playoffs with a 3-0 win over visiting Albemarle on Saturday. The 10th-seeded Eagles (17-3) will play a second round game at Starmount on Tuesday. The seventh-seeded Rams (17-6) defeated East Wilkes 3-0 to advance.…

Sports Calendar — 10/20/14

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Upcoming games This list of events may not include changes or postponements not reported to the Lincoln Times-News. All times listed are varsity start times: Today Boys soccer W. Lincoln at E. Lincoln, 6:30 p.m. Cherryville at Lincoln Charter, 4 p.m. Bunker Hill at Lincolnton, 6:30 p.m. N. Lincoln at…