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Reader’s Forum 10-4-13

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  Enough! Over the last 20 years of taxing and spending, our city budget has increased more under the Democrat majority than in the preceding 150 years. Now this Democrat majority on our City Council wants us to believe they’ve changed their spots. If it had not been for the…

Criminal Charges 10-4-13

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Laura Ann Hutchins, 24, of 3126 Range Rd. in Lincolnton was charged Sept. 30 with one count of cyberstalking. A $500 unsecured bond was set. Edwin Harrison McDonald, 60, of 2319 Montanna Ave. in Hurricane, W. Va., was charged Sept.…

Knights JVs knock off Cougars

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Caleb Sherrill ran for 176 yards a pair of touchdowns to help North Lincoln’s junior varsity football team to a 24-18 win over visiting Alexander Central on Thursday. Sherrill also had three 2-point conversion runs, and scored on a 49-yard run with 8:46 left for the win. WEST…

My Week 6 picks

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Last week’s county showdown between Lincolnton and West Lincoln was as good as advertised, even given how the Wolves dominated the Rebels in every way possible in the first half. But that’s why there are two halves to every game (well, except for hockey and sports…

Calendar — 10-4-13

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Upcoming games Note: Junior varsity start time for volleyball is typically 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. for boys soccer (5:15 p.m. for N. Piedmont 3A/4A soccer matches). Varsity contests will follow JVs, unless otherwise noted. Today Varsity football E. Lincoln at Lincolnton, 7:30 p.m. N. Lincoln at Alexander Central, 7:30…

City approves permit for new business

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  SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer A new powder-coatings business can move forward with plans to make use of an existing Lincolnton facility following approval by the City Council Thursday night. The Lincoln Economic Development Association’s request on behalf of the company for a conditional-use permit to locate in the former…

Iron Station students get new playground with grant

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   More than 200 students in kindergarten through second grade piled on and around their elementary school’s new playground equipment Wednesday morning to take a surprise photograph of themselves with a giant signed thank-you banner for Times Oil, the company who funded one-third of the project.…

Chamber Expo a hit with local businesses

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LEDA celebrates industry

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  SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer   The Lincoln Economic Development Association kicked off its 10th-annual “Industry Appreciation Month” earlier this week, with events planned throughout October. An official proclamation signing was conducted on Tuesday for the celebrations, designed to show gratitude to the manufacturing sector and those “companies and workers…

Denver event aims to fight hunger

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Local and international hunger will be the topic of interest this weekend for the county’s eastern end. The annual East Lincoln area’s CROP Hunger Walk will commence 2 p.m. Sunday at Rock Springs Campground in Denver. The purpose of the yearly event is to raise…