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UPCOMING GAMES

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Today No games scheduled Saturday, Dec. 27 Basketball E. Lincoln Winter Jam begins Freedom Invitational begins Sunday, Dec. 28 No games scheduled Monday, Dec. 29 Basketball E. Lincoln Winter Jam, Day 2 Peoples Bank tournament begins at N. Lincoln Freedom Invitational, Day 2 Tuesday, Dec. 30 Basketball E. Lincoln Winter…

CHRISTMAS HOOPS TOURNAMENTS

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Peoples Bank Holiday Clash At North Lincoln Monday, Dec. 29 Game 1: Bandys vs. Lincolnton, 3 p.m. (girls) Game 2: Bandys vs. Lincolnton, 4:30 p.m. (boys) Game 3: W. Lincoln at N. Lincoln, 6 p.m. (girls) Game 4: W. Lincoln at N. Lincoln, 7:30 p.m. (boys) Tuesday, Dec. 29 Girls…

Business Spotlight: Plan B Bail Bonds

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer During traditional weekday business hours, Rebecca Potter manages a dental practice in Fort Mill. Her nights, weekends and holidays, however, are dedicated to her business, Plan B Bail Bonds. “There’s definitely a stereotype, and unfortunately, nice bondsmen get a bad rap from others,” she said. “I…

Denver firefighters, Santa team up

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Exporter continues to make strides

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer Myra Heavner knows a thing or two about growing business. The West Lincoln High and Gardner-Webb business school graduate has grown her Sea Express America (S.E.A Corp.) brand into a multi-million dollar operation in just 16 hardworking years. Recently, the Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce recognized…

After 25 years, foreign exchange student comes home for Christmas

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer This Christmas, Vale residents Mary and Richard Smith were presented with a very special gift: a reunion with the foreign exchange student they opened their home to 25 years ago. “I stayed with another family first when I got over here,” said Jonas Lindskog, of Sweden.…

Arts Council projects busy start to 2015

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer As 2015 quickly approaches, many Lincoln County organizations are busy planning and budgeting for a new year. The Arts Council of Lincoln County is no different. Director Shelly Johnston is passionate about her work and the artists that she serves within the community. “I briefly left…

For 15 years, Christmas lights burn bright in Iron Station

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Hulls bring joy and wonder with massive light display PHIL PERRY Staff Writer A casual drive down Highway 73 in Iron Station can quickly turn into a holiday expedition. It’s difficult to pass the 2.5-acre property of Rev. Robert and Judy Hull without stopping and taking a closer look at…

Quarry hopes to expand toward new development

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer A request for county commissioners to approve an expansion of the Lake Norman Quarry could shorten the distance between an Anson County sand and gravel company’s quarry and a planned large-scale residential development’s property line. According to zoning administrator Randy Hawkins, B.V. Hedrick Sand and Gravel…

Extension’s ‘Bug Lady’ bids farewell

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Fran Senters has served Lincoln County as an educator and mentor for at-risk youth through her work with the Lincoln County Cooperative Extension for more than a decade. “I think it’s important, being able to offer what a typical child would have — to offer that…