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Obituaries 5-5-14

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Miles Timothy “Tim” Clark Miles Timothy “Tim” Clark, 59, of Dallas died May 1, 2014. A Graveside Service was held on May 4, 2014 at 4 p.m. at Hephzibah ARP Church Cemetery. The family received friends from 3 p.m. until 3:45 p.m. prior to the service in the church sanctuary.…

Couple opens Lincolnton bed and breakfast

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    ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   Lincolnton celebrated the grand opening of its first bed and breakfast in April. Located off of South Aspen Street, White Rose Manor is under the ownership of Allison Gahrmann and her husband, John. For Gahrmann, opening a bed and breakfast has been one…

Relay for Life honors cancer survivors, victims

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    Survivors share stories, messages of hope and faith despite sickness   JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Rachel Chapman, of Lincolnton, gathered with hundreds of her fellow small-town citizens Friday evening at the 20th anniversary celebration of Relay for Life of Lincolnton to celebrate with those who have beaten…

Students ready to Adopt-a-Cop

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Roughly 1,600 Lincoln County 2nd graders and more than a dozen law enforcement agencies from across the region will participate in the 23rd Annual Lincolnton-Lincoln County Adopt-A-Cop picnic Wednesday at Betty G. Ross Park. The yearly affair is a fun-filled, educational day when the…

Meet the Candidate: Adam Long

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  Adam Long   ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   For Democratic Board of Commissioners candidate Adam Long, the journey into the political realm has been cultivated from a fusion of passions. A Lincoln County native, he graduated from Lincolnton High School in 1988. “I’ve traveled extensively and have a pretty…

City to hold budget hearing

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  Staff report   Lincolnton mayor John Gilleland and city council members will hold a special called meeting this Wednesday to discuss the proposed 2014-2015 budget as well as employee health insurance options and a proposed water contract with Lincoln County. At this time, City Manager Jeff Emory has proposed…

Zoning request for Denver kennel on agenda for Board of Commissioners

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and Planning Board will hold public hearings for several conditional use permits and rezoning applications tonight at their joint meeting. County commissioners and Planning Board members will consider a request regarding a conditional use permit to operate a…

United Way of Lincoln County holds annual meeting

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   United Way of Lincoln County hosted its annual meeting Thursday evening, recognizing local community leaders, businesses and corporations that have supported the nonprofit over the last year through service, volunteer work and financial contributions. While the organization failed to meet its campaign goal of…

NCHSAA implements mercy rule

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor High school football coaches have long had the option to mutually agree to a continuously running clock if a game gets too out of hand, and thanks to the NCHSAA they now have the option to quit. All four Lincoln County head coaches are in…

Mustangs roll

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EL drops WL, can still share SD-7 By DAVID KEEVER LTN Correspondent DENVER –– Never has the stat left on base said more about a baseball game than Thursday night at East Lincoln. While the Mustangs stranded 10 base runners in an 8-3 victory over West Lincoln at “The Corral,”…