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Around Town — 12-15-14

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TUESDAY NAACP meeting The Lincoln County NAACP Community Meeting will be held at the Lincoln Cultural Center at 6:30 p.m. at 403 East Main Street in Lincolnton. LHS band concert The Lincolnton High School band will present its Holiday Concert on at 7:30 p.m. in the high school gym at…

Sheriff’s Office hands out yearly awards

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Staff report A narcotics investigator and a detention officer were recognized last week by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office for their outstanding service to their community. Detective Lt. Tim Johnson was awarded the fourth annual “Sergeant John H. Howell Memorial Deputy Sheriff of the Year” award. Johnson has served 25…

Criminal Charges — 12-15-14

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Joshua Dwight Klutz, 27, of 1225 Waldon in Charlotte was charged Dec. 11 with two counts of failure to comply. An unknown bond amount was set. Nicole Ann Vickers, 35, of 416 S. Emerson St. D in Gastonia was charged Dec.…

Obituaries 12-15-14

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Paul Charley Canipe Mr. Paul Charley Canipe, age 82, of Lincolnton, went home to be with his heavenly Father on Friday, December 12, 2014. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. today, at Redeemed Baptist Church, 1525 Riverview Road in Lincolnton, with Rev. Alan Wheeler officiating. The family…

East Lincoln brings home another trophy

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Board to vote on county manager

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County’s Board of Commissioners will hear a motion to approve an employment contract with interim county manager Kelly Atkins to serve as county manager at a meeting tonight. Atkins would receive a salary of $110,000 per year during the term of the contract, according to…

Toys for Tots continues to make impact for local kids

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer Over 100 large red bags stuffed with five toys each fill what was once a classroom in a schoolhouse built in 1922 that serves as a meeting place for Lincoln County veterans. In it’s current state, the aging structure off of Highway 27 looks more like…

Fun at the Cat Square Parade

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STATE CHAMPIONS

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Mustangs hold off Pam Pack for second title in three years RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor WINSTON-SALEM — All season long East Lincoln has taken each opponent’s best shot and survived. The Mustangs’ latest turn-back resulted in a state championship. Chazz Surratt accounted for 287 yards and two scores, but it was…

‘Team’ effort leads to another perfect season

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor WINSTON-SALEM — East Lincoln proved in winning Saturday’s state championship that it’s only identity this season was just that — winning. Most of the season it seemed as if the Mustangs’ offense couldn’t be stopped, but when it was, their defense was able to hold off teams to…