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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL — Roseboro selected to Shrine Bowl

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Darian Roseboro is going bowling. Lincolnton High’s highly-touted defensive end has been selected to represent North Carolina in this year’s Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas, the organization announced on Monday. Roseboro will be the first since Dee Littlejohn in 2011 to play in the game, which…

Sports Calendar — 10/8/14

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Upcoming games This list of events may not include changes or postponements not reported to the Lincoln Times-News. All volleyball doubleheaders begin with junior varsity at 4:30 p.m., and varsity to follow, unless otherwise noted. All other times listed are varsity start times: Today Boys soccer Bunker Hill at E.…

LOCAL ROUNDUP — Rebels win SD-7 girls golf match

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS West Lincoln’s Ashton Anthony shot an 18-hole 104 on her way to medalist honors, and the Rebels shot 332 as a team to win by five strokes in a Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference girls golf match at Cowan’s Ford Golf Club on Monday. Anthony was five…

Chamber holds Leadership Academy

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Candidate Survey: Clerk of Court

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Editor’s Note: The Lincoln Times-News, in an effort to inform our readership about the positions its potential elected officials take on different issues, submitted a series of questions to the two candidates for Clerk of Superior Court — Republican incumbent Fred Hatley and Democrat challenger Elaine Harmon. Their responses are…

Petition filed against voting hours

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer A group of Lincoln County residents filed a petition for judicial review with the Superior Court in Raleigh on Monday regarding the adoption of the county’s one-stop voting plan. Jane Morton, Richard Schou, Joanna Underwood, Neil Underwood and Evan Wise are listed as the petitioners, naming…

Iconic local artwork to be displayed at gallery

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Bud Ramseur’s work, seen on signs across Lincoln County, to be featured at Gallery 27 JACLYN ANTHONY LTN Staff Art and history lovers are in for a special treat on Friday. Retired sign-maker Bud Ramseur, whose work can still be found on buildings, in windows and along the roadsides of…

County man gets 5 years for burglary

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Staff report An Iron Station man was sentenced to 63 months in prison by a U.S. district judge on Monday for burglary and violations of federal firearms laws. According to a press release issued by the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina, Miquan Limik Smith, 27, of…

Schedule of Values vote delayed again

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer After another lengthy discussion Monday night, Lincoln County’s Board of Commissioners opted to delay voting on the proposed 2015 Schedule of Values. The Schedule is used to determine the methods for property revaluations. The Times-News previously reported that at the commissioners’ Sept. 22 meeting, several county…

Lincolnton Rotary partners in fight against polio

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Special to LTN Virginia VanStory presented the program for the Lincolnton Rotary on Monday. VanStory is a Rotarian in Blowing Rock and was born and raised in Greensboro, where she taught school for over 30 years. VanStory talked about the Pinky Project, where kid’s pinkies were painted so they knew…