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WoodMill Winery Grape Stomp Festival

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Arrests made in Maiden school thefts

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Maiden police officers have recovered several iPads that were stolen from Maiden Elementary school on Aug. 21. Three teens broke into the Media Center of the school during the overnight hours and stole an undisclosed number of Apple iPads that belonged to the school and were…

Greene promoted to police captain

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ANNIE BLACKURN Staff Writer Lincolnton Police officer Brian Greene was promoted to the position of captain for the department on July 15. The Shelby native began his law enforcement career after attending N.C. State University and entering the student officer program. After six months, Greene called his father and informed…

Around Town — 8-27-14

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THURSDAY Education Seminar Lincoln County Senior Services will host a dementia seminar, titled Dealing with Difficult Behavior from 9:30 -11 a.m. at the Lincoln County Senior Center at 514 S Academy Street. All are welcome. To register, please call (704) 732- 9053. Alive After Five Downtown Lincolnton will host Alive…

Obituaries — 8-27-14

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Gene Shuford Carpenter HICKORY – Gene Shuford Carpenter, 87, of Hickory, died Monday, August 25, 2014, at Palliative CareCenter and Hospice of Catawba Valley in Newton. Born Sept. 28, 1926, in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Hugh Harris Carpenter and Essie Lee Shuford Carpenter. In addition…

Criminal Charges — 08-27-14

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The Lincolnton Police Department reported the following arrests: Teresa J Reynolds, 54, of 905 Hillcrest Drive in Lincolnton was charged August 22 with one misdemeanor count of bad check. A $79.54 bond was set. Mary Ellen Frady, 41, of 1104 Betterbrook Lane in Lincolnton was charged August 22 with one…

OUR VIEW — Bring in new business by supporting

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A front-page story in Monday’s edition about the history of teens cruising in their cars in downtown Lincolnton, and two city leaders’ openness to the idea of bringing the tradition back, sparked on social media an all-too-common discussion — why is there nothing to do in Lincolnton? That question can…

BOYS SOCCER — Still perfect

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Mustangs rally past Eagles RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor DENVER –– The most unsafe lead in soccer is two goals. Just ask Lincoln Charter. Garrett Reavis had a goal and an assist, and Brett Shanklin added two assists as East Lincoln scored three unanswered goals in the second half to top…

VOLLEYBALL — West Lincoln holds off Wolves, picks up first win

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor VALE –– West Lincoln did all it could to give Lincolnton a chance at a comeback, but in the end the Rebels made fewer mistakes. Amanda Ritch had six kills, Erin Huff added five kills and West Lincoln used the Wolves’ errors against them in a…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL — Knights crack statewide poll while Wolves fall out

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Last week’s upset win over Lincolnton has earned North Lincoln a spot in the polls. The Knights made their debut in the NCPreps.com’s Baker’s Dozen 3A poll at 13th on Tuesday, while the Wolves fell out of the 2A poll after North Lincoln’s 26-13 season-opening win.…