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Tillis makes local stop in final push to Election Day

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Senate candidate shares vision with voters at GOP rally ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Dozens of local Republicans gathered Saturday night to show their support for U.S. Senate candidate and current state Speaker of the House Thom Tillis, as well as several other local and state GOP candidates. The Lincoln County…

Man remembered for work on atomic bomb, space program

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer James Conrad Little was born in Lincoln County in 1912. By the end of his life, in 2002, Little left a legacy that included work on both the space program and the atomic bomb and, ultimately, a family that is proud to have called him its…

Trick-or-treating can be hard work

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Commissioners to hear revisions to Oaklawn plans

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County’s Board of Commissioners will hear several motions regarding the Oaklawn School at a meeting tonight. According to an agenda item memorandum from the county’s Planning and Inspections Department, the county is currently in the process of renovating the former Oaklawn School building, with the…

Second will do

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EL girls can’t repeat as state champs RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor KERNERSVILLE — East Lincoln made it through the elements Saturday, but had no answer for Carrboro. The defending state 2A girls cross country champions failed to repeat due to Carrboro’s dominant performance, and instead the Mustangs settled for second…

NL boys, girls finish seventh

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LCS boys come in ninth in 1A race RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor KERNERSVILLE — Seven is usually considered a lucky number, but it wasn’t for North Lincoln on Saturday. Both its boys and girls cross country teams finished seventh in the NCHSAA state 3A championship meets at Ivy M. Redmon…

Lincolnton runs all over Warriors

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From staff reports Darian Roseboro ran for three touchdowns and two others topped 100 yards rushing as host Lincolnton ran past West Caldwell 37-14 Friday in a game that started 100 minutes late due to severe weather. Tarus Dameron rushed for 149 yards and a touchdown, Quinlyn Harris gained 128…

Bandys tops West Lincoln

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CHRIS HOBBS Special to the LTN CATAWBA — Bandys marched through the rain to another victory over West Lincoln, beating the visiting Rebels 42-39 on Friday night. Bandys (7-3, 4-2 Southern District 7 Athletic 2A) piled up 535 yards of offense ­­— 373 of it rushing — and downed West…

THIS WEEK’S GAMES

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Today Boys soccer NCHSAA 1A second round: Lincoln Charter at Highlands, 5 p.m. NCHSAA 2A second round: Lincolnton at Trinity, 6 p.m. Varsity football E. Lincoln at Maiden, 7:30 p.m. Statesville at N. Lincoln, 7 p.m. (completion of susp. game) Tuesday, Nov. 4 No games scheduled Wednesday, Nov. 5 Boys…

LOCAL ROUNDUP — Weather affects EL, NL football games

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Just as Statesville’s football team got going on Friday, the weather stopped it in its tracks. Travis Ramseur found Jalen Hill for a go-ahead touchdown, and immediately lightning struck, suspending North Lincoln’s North Piedmont 3A/4A Conference game with the Greyhounds until 7 p.m. today. The game will resume…