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EL boys romp Lincoln Charter

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Sage Surratt scored 25 points and Chazz Surratt added 16 and East Lincoln’s boys basketball team rolled to a 75-56 win over visiting Lincoln Charter School on Wednesday. Charlie Hills added 12 points and 11 rebounds as the Mustangs (5-0) outscored the Eagles 26-15 in the third quarter…

Calendar — 12/20/13

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Coming Tuesday The Lincoln Times-News will publish its All-Lincoln County football teams in its Christmas Eve edition next week. Upcoming games Basketball games begin with junior varsity girls, who start at 4 p.m., unless otherwise noted. North Lincoln does not have a JV girls team, so its games begin with…

Gameswap holds grand opening in Lincolnton

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Pot, knives seized during vehicle stop

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Deputies seized a machete and a bottle full of drugs during a vehicle stop last week on N.C. 150, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said. Officers approached the suspicious-looking vehicle Friday while it was parked outside Country Corner, northeast of Lincolnton. The driver, Dustin Edwards Williams,…

Register of Deeds to offer birth certificates through automated system

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Staff report The Lincoln County Register of Deeds announced Wednesday that the office is now participating in the North Carolina Vital Records automated system. According to Register of Deeds Danny Hester, the new system will allow the office to produce certified copies of birth records for those born in North…

Around Town — 12-18-13

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THURSDAY Maiden Christmas event The Town of Maiden will host its “Merry Maiden Downtown Christmas Celebration” 5:30-8 p.m. at the Gazebo, located at the intersection of Main St. and Main Ave. In the event of rain, the celebration will be 4-7 p.m. Dec. 22. Fish fry Bibleway Church #9, Horseshoe…

Our View: Solar farm debate is over, let’s move on

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Michael Gebelein Managing Editor The controversy surrounding Strata Solar’s rezoning request to build a 36-acre solar farm on the county’s eastern end is resolved, at least officially. Commissioners voted 3-1 against approving the company’s proposal to rezone a parcel of land just outside the SailView residential community on Lake Norman…

Reader’s Forum — 12-18-13

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Support for WLHS principal on Gay-Straight Alliance Kudos to West Lincoln High School Principal Dr. Cale Sain for promoting understanding and acceptance of people’s differences, and for encouraging students to work together in spite of their differences. With all the headlines these days about bullying in schools, it is refreshing…

Service News — 12-18-13

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Private Tommy Harkey graduated from Marines Corp boot camp on Sept. 13. He is currently stationed at Camp Geiger in Jacksonville, N.C., for Marine Combat Training. Harkey is a 2013 graduate of West Lincoln High School and son of Pyth and Amy Harkey of West Lincoln.…

Club News — 12-18-13

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The November meeting of the Priscilla Book Club was hosted by Peggy Lafferty.  After a dessert course, members shared news. President Kay Barefoot opened the meeting with a recording by the Kruger Brothers about the Overmountain Men. After the meeting’s business portion, Program Leader Judy Holland reviewed the book King’s…