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Lincolnton teacher participated in computer-science program at Appalachian State

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer One local teacher recently participated in a program designed to give educators the necessary knowledge, resources and training to help excite students about math and science. Adam Benoit, who teaches chemistry, physics and physical science at Lincolnton High School, was one of only a dozen teachers…

VIP program seeks to educate parents

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AMY WADSORTH Guest columnist Parenting can be rewarding and challenging. In order to be the best parent possible, the Very Important Parents Program can help you do just that. Belinda Bogle, Parent Educator at the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service said she loves it when she sees parents learn new…

Obituaries — 8-7-13

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Betty Peach Betty Lou Parker Peach, 85, of Maiden died August 4, 2013. The funeral service will be held August 9, 2013 at 11 a.m. at Burke Mortuary Chapel, Maiden. Burial will follow in Maiden City Cemetery.  The family will receive friends, prior to the service, from 10 a.m. until…

Woman accused of threatening juror appeared in court today

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A woman accused of threatening to kill a Lincoln County juror appeared in court today. Gaston County officers arrested Stacie Danielle Hargette, 31, of 8715 John Gladden Road in Charlotte, on Saturday, according to Lincoln County Sheriff’s Public Information Officer Larry Seagle. She was issued a…

Knights still searching for QB

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor North Lincoln football coach David Maness walked off the field for the last time last season excited about what he had returning at the quarterback position. As the Knights prepare for contact drills today for the first time in 2013, Maness is still excited. But…

Teamwork pays

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Lincoln County honored at banquet By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor The pieces fell into place for Lincoln County Post 455 this season, and on Tuesday the Cardinals were able to enjoy the spoils of victory. Post 455 held its team banquet at the newly-opened Homesteads Grill & Taphouse in Lincolnton,…

Boger City 8U still alive

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor The elementary school-aged kids from Boger City Optimist toured the Duck Commander warehouse, made famous by the reality television series “Duck Dynasty,” on Monday. Today, they’ll continue their quest for an 8-under Dixie Darlings softball world series title. The Boger City Optimist all-star team entered…

Schedule — 8/7/13

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Camps • EL basketball: East Lincoln will hold a boys and girls basketball camp Aug. 12-15 from 8:30 a.m.-noon. The camp is for rising second-eighth graders and will be held at East Lincoln High School. The cost is $85 for those who pre-register, or $95 the day of the camp.…

A pair of winners

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East Lincoln quarterback Chazz Surratt –– a wide receiver as a freshman in this file photo –– is looking to lead the Mustangs back to the state title game this year. Boyd, Surratt vow another successful year By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor DENVER –– Chazz Surratt is the eager, young…

Quest to be tops again

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Lincolnton finds motivation in EL’s state title By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor For decades Lincolnton was the only Lincoln County varsity football team to win a state championship, but that streak ended when East Lincoln won its first last year. Consider the Wolves very, very hungry. Lincolnton, which won NCHSAA…