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Donations help Christmas fund, but Christian Ministry soup kitchen needs food

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   The public has a little more than three weeks left to donate to Christian Ministry’s annual Christmas Fund, and already, the total has exceeded the organization’s target goal of $50,000. “I am encouraged,” Executive Director Susan Brymer told the Times-News on Tuesday. While numerous…

LHS science teacher receives regional honor

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  AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer   On any given day you might find Lincolnton High science teacher Kathy Bosiak riding on a shopping cart through a parking lot while her husband Steve pushes her, teaching Earth Science to her students, or helping her cheerleading squad learn to do proper lifts.…

Holiday Pops performance set for Thurs. in Lincolnton

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  AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer   A live orchestra comprised of 65 professional musicians playing traditional and original holiday pieces will ring in the holiday season Thursday in Lincolnton, as the North Carolina Symphony will perform for its 80th anniversary season — a truly magical experience, said Rob Maddrey, senior…

Obits 12-5-12

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  Lorraine Lillian Ferri Lorraine Lillian Ferri, 75, of Denver died December 1, 2012. The family will receive friends today from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. at The Good Samaritan Funeral Home, Denver. A graveside service will follow at Glenwood Memorial Park, Mooresville. The Good Samaritan Funeral Home, Denver is…

Business Brief 12-5-12

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  Former Ryan’s site to re-open as Homesteads’s Grill and Tap House   The former Ryan’s property on North Generals Boulevard in Lincolnton is set to see life again. Lincoln County Schools Director of Child Nutrition Byron Sackett has confirmed that he is planning to open a new restaurant at…

City plans public hearing on business request, closed session on ‘personnel’

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  SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer   A public hearing is scheduled to be conducted during Thursday night’s Lincolnton City Council meeting regarding a proposed dog day care and boarding business. The application, from Mike and Martha Goins, is requesting a conditional-use permit to operate a customary home occupation with an…

Edwards, Heaberlin Engagement

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    Terry and Jane Edwards of Lincolnton announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Faye Edwards of Hickory to Brent Alan Heaberlin of Hickory. Emily is a 1997 graduate of West Lincoln High School and a 2010 graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne University earning a BA in Sports Management with a…

Kimbrell, Potter Wedding

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    Caren Elizabeth Kimbrell and Joshua Kyle Potter were united in marriage on June 16, 2012 at Unity Presbyterian Church, Denver. Rev. Carol Clark officiated the 3 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Perry and Carolyn Kimbrell Jr. of Lincolnton. Caren is employed as a school counselor…

State Champs!

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Mustangs beat Tarboro 24-20 for first football championship in school history MICHAEL GEBELEIN Sports Editor WINSTON-SALEM — The East Lincoln Mustangs capped a perfect 16-0 run through the regular season and playoffs by defeating the three-time defending state champion Tarboro Vikings 24-20 for the first 2A football state title in…

Wolves fall in season opener to Forestview

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KEN BRADLEY Special to LTN LINCOLNTON — Inexperienced and young. It’s a combination that can scare a head coach one minute and thrill the next. On Friday night, Lincolnton coach Bob Cowie caught glimpses of both as the Wolves dropped their season opener to Forestview, 62-52. “We have a very…