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Around Town — 6-6-14

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TODAY “Praise Fest” Musical group, We R Forgiven, will host the two-day event, “Praise Fest,” 4-8 p.m. at Frontline Worship Center, 324 N. Main St. in Stanley, with the following entertainment groups: Blood Bought, The Promise, The Pathfinders and Jordan’s Crossroads. There will also be a BBQ sale. Hog Happenin’…

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Cherryville smacks Hickory, 13-3 By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor CHERRYVILLE –– Things were relatively quiet for the first six innings. Then, like an out-of-nowhere springtime thunderstom, Cherryville made it rain. Hard. Brett Huff went 3-for-4 and drove in three runs, left-hander Chandler Jenkins didn’t let a first-inning home run bother…

Cardinals strike out 17 times in loss to Post 170

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER –– When manager Bruce Bolick put together this summer’s Lincoln County Cardinals, he knew his team was young. That youth showed on Wednesday. The Cardinals struck out 17 times and left 14 on base, and in the field they committed five errors, all…

Calendar — 6-6-14

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Upcoming games This schedule may not include cancellations, postponements or changes not reported to the Lincoln Times-News: Today Sr. Legion baseball Caldwell Co. at Cherryville, 7 p.m. Jr. Legion baseball N. Lincoln Blue at Dallas, 6 p.m. N. Lincoln Black at Dallas, 8 p.m. Summer league baseball W. Lincoln at…

Start Your Engines: Hog Happenin’ begins today

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Bikes and barbecue staples of annual downtown event ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Motorcycle and barbeque enthusiasts are gearing up for the 14th Annual Lincolnton Hog Happenin’, which kicks off tonight. A regional Bike Fest and Kansas City Barbeque Society sanctioned cook-off, the event features two days of live entertainment from…

Council adopts budget for city

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Lincolnton’s City Council voted unanimously to approve their 2014-2015 Fiscal Year Budget at their meeting Thursday night. Prior to the vote, council members held a public hearing to allow citizens the opportunity have their say about the budget. Resident Nancy Stokes was the first to address…

Man charged for drugs after crash

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A Lincolnton man placed behind Catawba County bars late last month after crashing his drug-filled vehicle into a pole appeared in court this week. The 26-year-old driver, James Patrick Coughlin, a resident of 209 Arbor Run Drive, crashed his vehicle May 20 while driving down N.C.…

Candidates file for Board of Education seats

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Filing for Lincoln County’s Board of Education began Monday. As of Thursday night, only three candidates have filed, including two who are running for re-election. Candy Burgin, who currently serves as the board’s chair, was the first to file on Monday. She will seek re-election for…

Carolinas HealthCare shows off new facility

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer After Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) opened the doors late last month in Lincoln County to its first medical facility designed solely around meeting and enhancing patient care and convenience, the state-of-the-art structure is now catching fire across the region. Lincoln Medical Plaza II, located on the…

Sportsman wins award for hunter education

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Denver resident Link Grass has been selected as this year’s recipient of the International Hunter Education Association (IHEA-USA) Volunteer Instructor of the Year award. He is one of more than 55,000 IHEA-USA instructors who reach more than 650,000 hunter education students annually. Grass received the award…