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Lincolnton couple pursues passion for art

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Lincolnton couple Jonathan and Ginger Weathers each have their own creative talents and business ventures and look forward to showcasing their crafty creations with the community at one of the many booths that will be on display Saturday at Lincoln County’s 41st Apple Festival. Not only…

Flowers earns ‘Master Municipal Clerk’ certification

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Donna Flowers, longtime clerk for the city of Lincolnton, recently achieved a new level of certification after completing years of training. Flowers, who has been employed with the city since 1986, has earned the designation of “Master Municipal Clerk (MMC),” awarded by the International Institute of…

Hopper named Red Cross Chapter Executive

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Newly-assigned Community Chapter Executive for the unit of the American Red Cross spanning Lincoln, Gaston and Cleveland Counties, Daughtry Hopper considers the nonprofit organization her “home.” The Durham native and Bessemer City resident said she could not be happier to return to the agency she left…

Job Listings — 9-20-13

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Electrical Pro – Lincolnton (Job #10233071) Responsible for providing superior customer service, achieving sales budgets in assigned area and merchandise maintenance. Has in-depth knowledge of products and related accessories specific to their electrical trade and will provide customers with this knowledge. The ideal candidate must be familiar with local codes…

Around Town — 9-20-13

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TODAY Book sale The annual Lincoln County Public Library book sale will take place today 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday at the Citizens Center in Lincolnton. Only cash and checks will be accepted. For more information, call (704) 735-8044. Kidz Klub Hill’s Chapel…

Our View: Deal with the real problem

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MICHAEL GEBELEIN Managing Editor Let the knee-jerk reactions begin. Each time a mass murderer unleashes hell on innocent people in this country, mainstream media and gun control advocates seize the opportunity to shamelessly propagate an agenda that the majority of the country, and certainly the Founding Fathers, would disagree with.…

Volunteers boost services

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest columnist How many of us actually give thought to the many volunteers who contribute untold hours to works that benefit others? I can’t count the services that help others and contribute to our healthy lifestyle because they are boosted by volunteers. Some of these volunteers are never…

Entertainment set for Apple Festival

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LTN Staff Report The entertainment lineup for Saturday’s Apple Festival was released this week, with plenty on the docket for visitors to enjoy while making their way through the various food, craft and business vendors and booths set up. The following is the prepared schedule, with times and locations subject…

Farm-City Week will celebrate cotton heritage

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KEVIN STARR Guest Columnist This year’s Farm-City Week observance will kick off with a 6:30 p.m. banquet on Oct. 10 at the Laboratory Mill near Lincolnton. The festivities will help us remember the important role that cotton has played in the agricultural and manufacturing heritage of Lincoln County.  We’ll enjoy…

Criminal Charges — 9-20-13

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Curtis Tallent Cauthen Jr., 41, of 220 Lilly Trl. in Maiden was charged Sept. 17 with one count of communicating threats. No bond was set. Ahmad Ryhaid Wallace, 22, of 3042 Chestnut Rd. in Lincolnton was charged Sept. 17 with two…