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Lincolnton Middle School – 3rd Quarter – A Honor Roll

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8th Grade Blackburn, Allie Jayne Blythe, Dawson James Brkovic, Elmana Burgin, Kyle Cowie, Emily Elizabeth Derr, Michael Darnell Elmore, Britteny Nicole Espinales-Amador, Aneth Guadalupe Estudillo, Emma Mae Farrell, Isaac Matthew Franuszkiewicz, Stefan Pawel Granados-Villalva, Jessenia Holland, Lillian Jean Houser, Savannah Martinez, Adolfo E Reed, Bailey Michele Riano-Mendez, Stephanie Sandoval, Brandon…

East Lincoln Middle School – 3rd Quarter – A/B Honor Roll

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8th Grade Adams, Marrisa Grace Ake, Jennah Anne Aldridge, Austin Levi Ammons, Avery Kaitlyn Avendano, Adamary Hernandez Barnett, Justin Lee Barry, Joseph William Benson, Joseph Tyler Blackmore, Jenet Kathryn Boles, Alston Ryan Brown, Siyana M Brule, Sean Joseph Carpenter, Brady Lawson Carter, Dylan Christman, Kyle John Clark, Christian Alexander Cobb,…

East Lincoln Middle School – 3rd Quarter – A Honor Roll

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  8th Grade Barber, Coleman Lane Barrineau, Taylor Anne Brewster, Paris Julian’na Canterbury, Rachel Elizabeth Carraher, London Madison Classey, Lilly Brown Cook, Leah Makayla Corbin, Tyler Ryan Cox, Cason Aaron Erwin, Haley Nicole Eubank, James Bryon Flannery, Dakota Blake Getten, Chloe Elizabeth Giles-Robinette, Amara Star Gilley, Logan Connor Gonzalez, Ana…

OUR VIEW — Scout’s project deserves applause

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We’re all the custodians of our history, so it’s refreshing to see a local young man take the time and effort to improve upon one of Lincoln County’s genealogical research resources. Blair McMurry, a 15-year-old Lincolnton Boy Scout, recently “raised about $1,200 and, along with help from his grandfather, designed,…

A good start on savings

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PATRICK GANNON Syndicated Columnist Republicans who control the state budget have been criticized for tax changes in recent years, as well as for the spending priorities they’ve expressed through state budgets. That comes with the territory. But one aspect of those budgets that’s gone relatively unnoticed is the amount of…

North Carolina’s big ‘tax swap’ is coming up short

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ALEXANDRA FORTER-SIROTA Guest Columnist Tax Day 2016 is upon us and it’s clearer than ever that North Carolina’s recently re-formulated tax code is failing to fulfill its purpose of ensuring that every community can thrive. Rather than collecting the badly needed revenue to meet the growing — and changing —…

Domestic developments in U.S.-Saudi relations

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EMMA ASHFORD Guest Columnist In the run-up to President Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia later this week, two domestic issues which concern the U.S.-Saudi relationship are also gaining attention. Yet these developments – a congressional bill which allows Americans to sue foreign governments for supporting terrorist groups, and growing calls…

Obituaries — 4-22-16

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Obituaries for April 22, 2016. Latt Jay Carroll Latt Jay Carroll, age 82, of Lincolnton, passed away on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at Catawba Regional Hospice. A native of Yancey County, he was a son of the late Robert Lee and Laura Duncan Carroll. He was also preceded in death…

Around Town — 4-22-16

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Around town for April 22, 2016. SATURDAY Mission fundraiser RiverView Baptist Church will host a family yard sale beginning at 6 a.m. at 1181 Hwy. 27 West in Lincolnton. All proceeds will benefit the mission team. Country breakfast Daniels Lutheran Church, located at 3170 Reepsville Rd. in Lincolnton will host…

Compleat Rehab is a ‘results-driven’ clinic

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PHIL PERRY Senior Writer With locations in Gastonia, Charlotte, Locust and, most recently, Lincolnton and Mint Hill, Compleat Rehab and Sports Therapy has served the area for over two decades. With both adult and pediatric services, the wide range of offerings for patients of any age makes the company a…