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Around Town — 11-3-14

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TUESDAY Senior Disaster Preparedness Class The American Red Cross will present a “Disaster Preparedness” class as part of the FYI Series at the Lincoln County Senior Center at 514 S. Academy Street in Lincolnton from 10-11 a.m. For more information, please call (704) 732 – 9053. Board of Health meeting…

Obituaries — 11-3-14

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Jack Cline NEWTON – Jack Elmore Cline, 78, of Newton passed away Saturday, November 1, 2014 at Abernethy Laurels in Newton. Born June 20, 1936 in Catawba Co., he was the son of the late J.D. Cline and the late Pansy Taylor Cline. Jack was a member of Mt. Ruhama…

Family marks 150th anniversary of the death of General Ramseur

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Descendants, historians and war re-enactors gathered together in Middletown, Virginia on Oct. 20 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the death near there of Lincoln County native and Confederate Major General Stephen Dodson Ramseur. Erected in 1920, the monument to Ramseur was placed by the North…

Senate candidate Tillis coming to local GOP rally

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Staff report The Lincoln County Republican Party announced on Thursday that U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis will be attending the party’s “Take Back America Rally” at North Lincoln High School on Saturday. “We are extremely excited about the opportunity to have as our special guest U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis,”…

New director has big plans for city’s Business and Community Development department

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer The city’s new Business and Community Development director has big dreams for Lincolnton. A Michigan native, Vickie Davis is planting her roots in North Carolina after spending 13 years working with Main Street organizations and downtown development authorities for communities in both Georgia and Iowa. “The…

County leaders celebrate Airlie expansion

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Staff report Members of the Lincoln Economic Development Association (LEDA), county officials and community leaders gathered Wednesday for a groundbreaking and dedication ceremony at Airlie Business Park in Denver. According to LEDA’s press release, the dedication ceremony celebrated the recent completion of Phase II, which has opened 57 acres of…

CROSS COUNTRY STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS — Streak of excellence

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County looks to continue state success RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Cross country state champions have become commonplace around these parts, and East Lincoln, North Lincoln and Lincoln Charter hope to add another trophy to the mantle. The three schools will compete in Saturday’s NCHSAA state championships at the Ivy M.…

Winningest coach in WL history dies

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Elliott’s teams won 58 games in nine seasons RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Brennan Elliott knew how to get the most out of every situation, and that’s how he squeezed 58 wins out of his West Lincoln players in nine short years. The Rebels’ winningest coach in their football history passed…

North Lincoln hosts Greyhounds in key NPC contest

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor North Lincoln coach David Maness has told his team all season that it controls its own destiny. That couldn’t be more true heading into tonight. The Knights host Statesville at 7:30 in a game that has huge state playoff implications. The teams are tied for fourth…

BOYS SOCCER PLAYOFFS — Wolves ‘survive’ Thomasville

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Lincolnton looked dominant in the first five minutes. The rest of the way it did just enough to get by. The Wolves struck quick and early in their first round NCHSAA state 2A boys soccer playoff match on Wednesday, but Thomasville didn’t go quietly in Lincolnton’s…