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Halloween comes to Main Street

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Plant capacity driving city water debate

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   Water. It is a vital resource that society often takes for granted. It is embedded into the daily rituals of cleaning, cooking, recreational activities and energy production. It is essential for one to exist. But where do the people of Lincoln County and Lincolnton…

Pot plant seized in bust

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Deputies seized drugs and a marijuana plant Wednesday afternoon from an Iron Station residence, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Robert Eugene Kinsler Jr., 28, of Trinity Lane, was taken into custody in the incident. Officers first went to the suspect’s home around…

Missing man found safe

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   A missing Lincoln County man has been located in Charlotte, deputies said. Officers found 42-year-old Glenn Ray Johnson, of Eaker Road on the county’s southwestern end, at a Transportation Transit Station on Wednesday, the Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies had gone to the area to…

Blue Devils pay Wolves a visit

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Around Town — 11-1-13

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TODAY “Coffee and Conversation” Lincolnton’s Downtown Development Association will present its “First Friday Coffee and Conversation” event 8-9 a.m. at the Cultural Center in Lincolnton. Guests this month will be Times-News Managing Editor Michael Gebelein and Publisher Jerry G. Leedy. Yard sale benefit Howards Creek Community Center, 494 Howards Creek…

SD-7 lead up for grabs

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EL, Maiden battle for first tonight By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor The Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference championship can’t be decided tonight, but the winner between East Lincoln and Maiden has a clear path to it. The league’s only unbeatens, the Blue Devils (9-0, 5-0) and Mustangs (5-4, 5-0)…

One game left

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EL clinches at least share of title By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor MAIDEN –– The first 20 minutes looked as if East Lincoln’s offense couldn’t be stopped. The second 20 minutes saw the Mustangs depend on their defense. When the horn sounded, they were still undefeated and one win closer…

Eagles, Wolves continue playoffs

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS The boys soccer teams at Lincolnton and Lincoln Charter are moving on. The Wolves picked up a 3-1 win at Monroe in the first round of the state playoffs on Wednesday, and the Eagles went to Pine Lake Prep and came away with a 3-2 win to continue…

This week’s picks

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Wrap your mind around something: There are only two weeks left of regular season high school football. I don’t know which is faster –– time, or Chazz Surratt. No one has been able to stop Surratt this season, although Lincolnton did a pretty good job of…