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Denver Martial Artists

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Criminal Charges — 7-25-14

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The Lincolnton Police Department reported the following arrests: Craig Allen Deaton, 25, of 410 Madison Street in Lincolnton was charged July 21 with one misdemeanor count each removing, altering or defaming land, larceny and second degree trespass. A $1,000 secured bond was set. Jason Andrew Gavitt, 39, of 1992 Cansler…

Obituaries — 7-25-14

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Lorene Carpenter Best Mrs. Lorene Carpenter Best, age 95 of Lincolnton passed away on Thursday, July 24, 2014. Her funeral will be at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 27, 2014 at Antioch Lutheran Church in Dallas with Pastor George Rhyne officiating. The family will receive friends from 2 p.m. until…

Neighbors complain about gunfire to commissioners

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Firearms and noise ordinances were hot topics during the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night. During the public comments portion of the evening, several residents from the Forest Ridge development shared their frustration regarding a neighbor’s penchant for firearms. According to Forest Ridge resident…

County ready for Rock Springs Camp Meeting

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Every year, thousands of people come to Rock Springs Campground in Denver for the annual Rock Springs Methodist Camp Meeting. Carrying on in its 184th season, the campground will come alive beginning July 31 and stretching until Aug. 10. Started by Reverend Daniel Asbury in nearby…

Miller to give up Apple Queen title

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Erica Miller isn’t your average pageant queen. Prior to competing for one of Lincoln County’s title, Miller, 17, had only previously participated in pageants from the ages of 8-10. After such a long hiatus, it wasn’t love of the glitz and the glamour made popular by…

State approves voting precinct consolidation

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County residents may be voting at a new precinct location this election season. The Lincoln County Board of Elections announced Tuesday that the State Board of Elections Director Kim Strach has approved the county’s proposed precinct consolidations, which would consolidate the 28 precincts throughout the…

Housing, retail development proposed for Denver

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Residents of Lincoln County will have the opportunity to voice their opinions regarding a planned development in Denver at an upcoming community involvement meeting. Southeastern Land Development, LLC, submitted an application to the county in April, requesting re-zoning in order to develop 221 single-family detached lots…

Rebels name new hoops coach

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor It’s been a long time since West Lincoln’s varsity boys basketball team has been successful. David Handsel plans on changing that. The school announced on Thursday that Handsel, a former head coach at North Gaston, has been hired to be the Rebels’ next head coach.…

Seven more days

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Practice officially begins next week By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor The high school football season is almost here. Per NCHSAA rules, teams can hold full-squad practices beginning next Friday, along with the rest of the fall scholastic sports. Teams can wear full pads and gear on the sixth day of…