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Vale woman charged with theft of saddles from cowboy church

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  Minteer   JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   A Vale woman accused of stealing saddles in January from a church in western Lincoln County has been placed behind bars, deputies said. Officers arrested Sylvia Juanita Minteer, 43, of 3627 Bridle Path Drive, on Saturday. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said…

Sheriff’s Office: thieves stole 18 tires, wheels from Lincolnton business

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      JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Nearly 20 tires and wheels were stolen over the weekend from trailers parked at a Lincolnton business, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said. Employees with TRT Trailer Sales, located at 3302 Gastonia Highway, reported the missing items to the county law enforcement…

Criminal Charges 5-12-14

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:  Jordan Lee Abee, 23, of 2670 Sentry Ln. in Lincolnton was charged May 7 with one count of failure to comply. A $545 cash bond was set. Ross Bradford Brown Jr., 28, of 3328 Falcon Ridge Rd. in Maiden was…

Doctor charged with rape sues accuser

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    JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   A former Lincolnton doctor accused of raping a female patient nearly two decades ago has filed a civil suit against his alleged victim. According to John Marshall’s attorney, David S. Rudolf, of Rudolf, Widenhouse & Fialko in Charlotte, Marshall filed a complaint against…

School Board member Silver, commissioners clash over funding

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   A proposed wish-list from the Lincoln County School Board led to a heated discussion at the May 5 county commissioner meeting. School Board member Bob Silver presented the proposal to county commissioners. Silver currently serves as the chairman for Lincoln County School Board’s Budget…

WoodMill celebrates blessing of vineyard

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Governing bodies take notice of Supreme Court ruling on prayer at public meetings

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   The U.S. Supreme Court has given limited approval to public prayers at a New York town’s board meeting, citing the country’s history of religious acknowledgement in its legislature. The majority in the 5-4 ruling stated that opening local government meetings with sectarian prayers does…

County Senior Center wraps up program making ‘fidget aprons’

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Volunteers with the Lincoln County Senior Center celebrated an early end to their seasonal project this year, making specialized aprons for local residents suffering from severe memory-loss. The facility held a special reception Friday morning for those who helped sew, sort, patch and design…

Coalition Against Child Abuse receives check

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Community Announcement

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The following Lincoln County residents were honored at Gaston College’s annual awards banquet May 6 at the Gastonia Conference Center in Gastonia. Sponsored by the Student Government Association, the banquet recognized outstanding graduates and recipients of the President’s Award, Learn 4 Life Award, and divisional awards for academic achievement and…