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Students get a lesson in conservation

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Conservation Field Day gives students a crash course in all things nature ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County’s sixth grade students gathered at two of the county’s parks last week for Conservation Field Day. According to Patty Dellinger, Lincoln County Soil and Water Conservation District Program Coordinator, the field day…

Festival fun

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Denver Days fun for all

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One to forget

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Mistakes doom Knights in loss RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor STATESVILLE — North Lincoln dominated South Iredell statistically, but the Vikings led in the only stat that truly matters — the scoreboard. Richard Jackson ran for 163 yards and a touchdown, but four turnovers and a blocked punt did the Knights…

Teen headed to equine competition

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Tayler Tierney has been a top-notch horsewoman since the age of 6. The 16-year-old North Lincoln High School student started competing when she was 7, taking an old field pony named Apache and turning him into an English show pony that competed and won against horses…

’Stangs stomp Bandys

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Surratt sets new county record MIKE POWELL Special to the LTN DENVER — Big plays on offense and a shutdown job on defense in the second half added up to an impressive Southern District 7 2A Conference opener for East Lincoln on homecoming night Friday at David Clark Stadium. The…

Director has big plans for Lincoln County hospice

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Julie West came to Hospice and Palliative Care of Lincoln County around the time the offices moved from North Cedar Street to Donita Drive. Stepping in as the new director, the Gaston County native comes from an extensive hospice background, having worked in nearly every aspect…

MILLER: Protect your pet from rabies

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KAREN MILLER Guest Columnist Sept. 28 was National Rabies Day. The following article will hopefully raise awareness about rabies and answer questions that you may have concerning rabies. Rabies is a severe, fatal disease that causes encephalitis in warm-blooded animals. It is a vaccine-preventable disease in humans, dogs, cats, ferrets,…

GIRLS TENNIS — Rebels, Wolves to battle for second

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Second place in the Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference girls tennis race is on the line when Lincolnton and West Lincoln meet today. The Wolves and Rebels have identical records at 8-2 overall, 3-1 in league play, and meet at Lincolnton today at 4 p.m. in a…

Criminal Charges — 9-29-14

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Lyndee Rene Chezem, 25, of 4789 Mountain View Lane in Maiden was charged September 35 with one count each possession of a controlled substance schedule IV and possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts general misdemeanor child abuse. A $5,000 secured…