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Kenlin Academy Preschool

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Criminal Charges — 8-6-14

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The Lincolnton Police Department reported the following arrests: Dwayne Bercell Sledge, 31, of 144 Ross Street in Lincolnton was charged August 1 with one misdemeanor count each indecent liberties with a child and second degree trespass. A secured $20,500 bond was set. Jontavius Javez Littlejohn, 16, of 412 Flint Street…

Our View — Let’s make a deal

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The news that the City of Lincolnton and Lincoln County may soon reach an agreement on water sales from the city to the county, detailed in a story in Monday’s edition, is welcome news. Negotiations have been ongoing for the better part of two years, with each side balking at…

Around Town — 8-6-14

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TODAY Spay/Neuter Clinic The Humane Society of Lincoln County will hold registration for the spay/neuter clinic from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Cost for dogs and cats are $30 plus $8 for rabies vaccine for this month only. Register in person at 2422 Country Club Road in Lincolnton. For more…

Obituaries 8-6-14

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Mary Long Abernathy Mary Long Abernathy, of Denver in the presence of family, died peacefully at Huntersville Oaks Nursing Facility, Sunday, August 3, 2014. Mary was born at Elmwood Plantation in Denver, August 15, 1920. Elmwood was built for the late John Davidson Graham. It was taken down in 1961…

Rock Springs Camp Meeting

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Around Town

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TODAY Revival Charity Baptist Church at 113 Charity Church Road in Lawndale will host a revival, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly and running until August 8. For more information, call (704) 466-8774 or visit www.charitybaptistchurch.info Basketball Camp East Lincoln High School will host Back to School basketball camp beginning 8:30…

City, county near water sales agreement

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincolnton City Council members are expected to receive an update from City Manager Jeff Emory regarding water sales negotiations with Lincoln County at a meeting on Thursday. The water negotiations had previously been packaged with contracts for 911 communications and animal control services at the county’s…

Montana couple explores Revolutionary roots

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Battle of Ramsour’s Mill has family ties for Donna Scott ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Donna Scott came to Lincolnton to chase history — more specifically, her own personal history. Though she has no current connections to the county, she has a genealogy that not only shaped the fabric of Lincoln…

‘Ready to go’

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Rain greets teams on opening day By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor The high school football scene officially opened statewide on Friday, and the county’s four programs got their seasons underway. Weather proved to be the first hurdle that had to be overcome. The soaking rain that fell late Thursday into…