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Commissioners to hear UDO changes

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Area Councils hope to ease design restrictions for commercial buildings Staff report The West Lincoln and East Lincoln Area Councils of the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce will present proposed changes to the county’s Unified Development Ordinance to county commissioners at a meeting tonight. The groups are asking commissioners to…

Police efficiency highlights city budget workshop

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer Lincolnton police chief Rodney Jordan addressed city officials with a presentation on Friday that showed fiscal efficiency and a clear vision for future needs within his department during a budget and planning workshop to help identify department issues facing Lincolnton in 2015-16. Jordan showed efficiency in…

Lincolnton Art Crawl 2015 Featured Artist: Jen Walls

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer Sometimes the road to an artist’s “true north” isn’t a direct or even an obvious one. Jen Walls, 52, has lived life on her own terms and forged a path that has led her to new creative heights. Having left a career as a banking executive…

Obituaries — 3-2-15

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Lucille Miller Punch Lucille Miller Punch, 76, of Denver died on February 22, 2015. A memorial service was held 2 p.m. on Saturday, February 28, 2015, in the Warlick Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Johnny Houser officiating. Inurnment followed in the Mt. Ruhama Baptist Church cemetery. Mrs. Punch was born…

Three local playoff games postponed

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Three of the four state playoff basketball games involving area teams were called off on Wednesday, and all three were again called off on Thursday. The only game to take place Wednesday was a first round 1A West girls game between Elkin and host Lincoln Charter,…

Eagles make early exit

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor DENVER — Lincoln Charter’s girls basketball team went 11 days in-between games. Elkin made sure the Eagles won’t play again until November. Miracle Walters scored 19 points to lead three in double figures, and the Elks dominated the painted area by scoring all but eight of their…

COLLEGE SIGNING — NL’s Beard to play football at Wingate

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER — Colton Beard knew he had what it takes to play college football before his first varsity game, and his hunch was right. The 6-foot-2, 260-pound play-anywhere-coach-wants-me North Lincoln lineman recently signed his national letter of intent to play for Division II Wingate. Beard, who…

Obituaries — 2-27-15

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Alda Mae Crump Alda Mae Crump, 88, the widow of Roy L. Crump, passed on to her heavenly home on Friday, February 20, 2015. Alda was born on April 8, 1926, the eldest child of the late Robert and Ester Morrison. Left to cherish her memory are her three daughters,…

Zickefoose ~ Hoffmann Engagement

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Steve Zickefoose of Lincolnton and Kim Zickefoose of Maiden announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Hope Zickefoose, to David William Hoffmann, son of David and Betsy Hoffmann. Amanda is a graduate of North Lincoln High and UNC-Charlotte. She is employed as a teacher at Rock Springs Elementary School. David…

Chamber Meeting

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