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Unusual faces coming to downtown streets

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  AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer   Residents and visitors of Lincoln County will soon see some odd faces in downtown Lincolnton. Pots on Parade, an exhibit showcasing 10 “life-sized” face jugs crafted by local potters and a few others from various parts of the state, will be available for public…

School board District 1 candidates respond to questions

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  LTN Staff reports   Lincoln County voters will be deciding this fall on which candidates for a range of federal, state and local offices they want to represent them. The Lincoln Times-News is surveying those office-seekers with questions related to issues they are likely to face if elected. Their…

Criminal Charges 9-26-12

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:   Angela Perkins Galloway, 46, of 889 Acre Heights in Lincolnton was charged Sept. 21 with one count of failure to comply. A cash bond was set. Christian Michael Anderson, 17, of 4655 Lake Shore Rd. N. in Denver was…

Saturday morning injury clinic

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Football is America’s favorite sport and there is no purer form than high school football. Every Friday night athletes are giving their all in front of their peers, family, and friends.  It provides excitement for the community and teaches discipline and team work to the students. A small percentage of…

Obits 9-26-12

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Martha Nakagawa Jones Martha Nakagawa Jones, age 82, of Charlotte, died Sunday, September 23, 2012 at Presbyterian Hospital – Main.  Born September 15, 1930 in Honolulu, Hawaii, she was the daughter of the late Nobori Nakagawa and Georgian Torres Nakagawa. Ms. Jones retired as a pharmacist technician of Eckerd Drugs.…

09-24-12 Fall band events

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AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer As the weather begins to cool down and the fall season gets under way, so do the high school marching band events around the county. Lincoln County musicians and color guards are rehearsing and tweaking their costumes in preparation for future competitions starting as early as next week.…

The truth about living with MS

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Area multiple sclerosis sufferers talk about the challenges they face, while one of them rides to raise funds, and boost awareness of disease JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Lincolnton resident Ann Wilson uses a walker and electric wheelchair to maintain her balance and assist with the chronic fatigue that plagues her…

Denver Days set to kick off 10th year Wed.

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AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer A completely new layout, some different vendors and a home-improvement alley will kick off the 10th anniversary of the Denver Days festival this week. This also marks the third year the Denver-Lake Norman Rotary Club has been responsible for the event, Club member Bob Hecht said.…

Youth sports coach charged in sexual assault on girl, 14

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A 34-year-old southwestern Lincoln County man and former Optimist Club sports coach is accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in January, the Sheriff’s Office said. Eddy Shane Heavner, 34, of 3944 Gaston Webbs Chapel Road, knew the victim and sexually assaulted her Jan. 8 at the…

Mayor Gilleland opens own real estate office downtown

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Lincolnton Mayor John Gilleland recently decided to try his hand at a new role, one as a small-business owner. With a background in real estate at Coldwell Banker Lawing Associates, he figured it was time to continue in the industry using his own name. “(I thought)…