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Trio charged in connection with local drug trafficking

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Staff report The Lincoln County Sherriff’s Office charged two Maiden women and a Sherrills Ford man with a total of 95 criminal counts in connection with local drug trafficking, the office reported to the Lincoln Times-News. The two women were arrested on Sept. 4 at the same residence. Barbara Jean…

Charlotte man in custody after numerous local felonies

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has taken a Charlotte man into custody in connection with an assault and kidnapping that occurred in Iron Station on Sept. 3. Christopher Scott Fore, 39, of 330 Goff Street in Charlotte, was charged with one felony count each of breaking…

Criminal Charges — 9-8-14

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Katherine Ann Wheeling, 55, 7585 NC 73 Hwy, C in Stanley was charged September 4 with one count employment security law violation. An unknown bond amount was set. Kirk Patrick Lee, 50, of 6108 Clearbrook Lane in Iron Station was charged…

Kiser Intermediate teacher wins award

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer A Charlotte law firm honored one Lincoln County teacher and several others across the region last Friday. Charles G. Monnett III & Associates partnered with Domino’s Pizza to create the program. According to the law firm’s website, the Hometown Hero Teacher Appreciation Award showcases one teacher…

Lincoln Lions Club hosts District Governor Titus

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer The Lincoln Lions Club hosted a special guest as its District Governor, Dave Titus, attended the monthly Lion’s Club meeting. In his capacity of District Governor, Titus acts as the chief executive officer of 957 Lions in 48 Clubs in Western North Carolina, extending from Lincolnton…

Auditions begin for ‘The Nutcracker –– A Children’s Ballet’

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer The halls of the Lincoln Cultural Center were bustling with dancers of all ages, as auditions for “The Nutcracker –– A Children’s Ballet” began at 10 a.m. on Saturday. The favorite holiday tradition, in its eighth year, saw students from Lincoln County dance studios warming up…

Lincoln County Board of Commissioners considers new proposal on solar farms

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and the Planning Board will consider a new proposal that would amend the Unified Development Ordinance regarding solar farms at their meeting tonight. The proposal, submitted by the Planning and Inspections Department, would, “amend Section 12.3.2 to add a definition for…

Around Town — 9-8-14

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TODAY Voter Registration Voter Registration will be held at Oaklawn School at 6 p.m. Coalition of Churches Meeting The Coalition of Churches will meet at 7 p.m. to discuss further planning for the calendar year. For more information, please call (980) 429-0509. TUESDAY Board of Health Meeting The Lincoln County…

Owners celebrate 30 years with House of Trophies

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer For the past 30 years, Nick and Judy Komas have served as the owners of House of Trophies and Engraving, Inc., located on 118 East Main Street. “For a long time, I did almost everything,” Nick Komas said. “But as the business grew, Judy joined in…

Obituaries — 9-8-14

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Ruth Goodnight Dellinger CHARLOTTE — Ruth Goodnight Dellinger, of Charlotte and formerly of Vale, passed away peacefully from an extended illness on Saturday, September 6, 2014 with her loved ones by her side. She was 91. Her funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, September 9, 2014,…