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Criminal Charges 6-21-13

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Kenneth Allen Davis III, 20, was charged June 13 with one misdemeanor count of breaking/forcing open a coin-currency operated machine. Bond amount and address were unknown at time of publication. Michael Alvin Punch, 29, was charged June 13 with one…

Obituaries 6-21-13

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Samuel C. Carpenter Jr. Samuel C. Carpenter, Jr., age 92, formerly of Lincolnton, passed quietly away on June 19, 2013 at the Hospice Care Center in Wilmington, NC. Sam was the son of Samuel Carpenter and Kate Seagle Carpenter of Lincolnton. He was preceded by his sisters, Claudia Carpenter Kilpatrick…

Police, fire officials seek public’s help in fire investigation

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer As a fire investigation gets underway surrounding a more than century-old mill consumed by flames Monday, police and fire officials are seeking the public’s help in determining the cause. Massapoag Mill in Lincolnton burned from at least 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., pushing smoke into the…

Girl Scout Troop honor fallen soldiers

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Notable News 6-19-13

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Hunter Mullis, a student at Lincoln Charter School, recently served as a page for the North Carolina House of Representatives. She is the daughter of Blaine Mullis and Hope Upchurch of Denver and was sponsored by Rep. Jason Saine, R-Lincoln. Speaker of the House Thom Tillis, R-Mecklenburg, appoints the pages…

Rotary accepting more scholarship applications

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Due to a tremendously successful 20th Anniversary Auction and significant repayment from current students, the Lincoln County Rotary Club is pleased to announce that they will accept additional applications for consideration for the 2013-2014 academic year. Applications must be received by June 28th. Students may request up to $3,750. Applications…

OUR VIEW — General Assembly taking it too far

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MICHAEL GEBELEIN News Editor North Carolina Republicans are enjoying their first super-majority in state government in over a century. That might not be a bad thing for the state — that many years of power in the hands of one political party, Republican or Democrat, will always lead to excess…

Councilmen unresponsive to will of constituents

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  BILL HITT Guest Columnist   Logic would dictate: if an elected body invited the very people that placed them in office to a Public Hearing to allow them to express their opinions regarding a controversial action and if the response was a crowd that packed the Council Chambers in…

Lake Norman Realty welcomes Gail Huss as new Denver Broker-In-Charge

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Criminal Charges 6-19-13

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    The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:  Jeremiah Lee Mitchell, 37, of 5467 King Wilkinson Road in Denver was charged June 13 with one felony count of statutory rape/sex offense of a 13-, 14-, or 15-year-old by a defendant six years older. A $50,000 unsecured bond…