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City Council to hear report on Hog Happenin’

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincolnton’s City Council members will meet on Thursday to discuss the profits of the 2014 Hog Happenin’ event. In his Monthly Activities Report, City Manager Jeff Emory discussed some of the highlights of the barbeque and motorcycle celebration. “I have been told that DDA may be…

Lions Club program helps visually impaired children learn life skills

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer For Faye Poovey, president of the Lincolnton Lions Club, the BELL program means more than just helping community children. For her, the partnership between the Lincolnton Lions Club and the Lincoln County Chapter of the National Federation for the Blind to sponsor the Braille Enrichment Literacy…

Column: Really, officer, I didn’t call 911!

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PAULETTE BALLARD Guest columnist When I asked Linda Goodson what was a moment she would never forget, she told me this: “One Saturday morning I was calling our daughter, who lives in Raleigh. I had just starting dialing the number when my husband, not realizing I was making a phone…

Around Town — 7-7-14

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TUESDAY Meetings The Lincoln Soil and Water Conservation District Board will meet at 5 p.m. in the James Warren Citizens Center at 115 West Main Street in Lincolnton. For more information, call (704) 736-8501 The Lincoln County Board of Health will meet at 7 p.m. in the Board Room of…

Obituaries — 7-7-14

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Charlcie C. Mace MAIDEN — Charlcie Ann Costner Mace, age 95, of Maiden passed away Thursday, July 3, 2014 at CMC- Lincoln. Born August 1, 1918 in Cleveland County, she was the daughter of the late Marcus Costner and the late Emma Hudson Costner. She was a member of Maiden…

Cleared convict announces write-in candidacy for county sheriff

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County resident Anthony Huss announced, with a float in Lincolnton’s Independence Day parade, that he will run for the office of Lincoln County sheriff in the November election as a write-in candidate. “My biggest focus in on quality rather than quantity,” Huss said, citing the…

A Sticky Situation: Denver acupuncture business expands

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer A Denver-based acupuncture clinic is celebrating its new location and expanding services. On July 10, AcuCare Clinic and its neighboring businesses will hold an open house, allowing community members an insight into healing practices such as acupuncture, massage therapy, counseling and Tai Chi. Almost three times…

Independence Day 2014

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Lincoln County celebrates Independence Day Check out more photographs from the Lincolnton and Crouse Independence Day parades on the Lincoln Times-News Facebook page.…

On to Round 2

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Post 100 eliminates Post 455 By RICHARD WALKER Special to the LTN DENVER –– For the better part of the past two days, veteran Cherryville Post 100 American Legion baseball player Brandon Alexander had struggled mightily. But when Alexander bounced back, he did so with a game-winning vengeance on Saturday…

County teams eliminated from Junior Legion playoffs

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS All three Lincoln County Junior American Legion teams were eliminated from the postseason over the weekend. Lincolnton Post 30, North Lincoln Black and North Lincoln Blue had their seasons come to a close in the Area IV playoffs. Post 30 and North Lincoln Black went 1-2 in the…