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BALLARD: Shadowing Dr. Ted Parcel

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PAULETTE BALLARD Guest Columnist A year prior to my retirement I had knee pain, which I thought was part of the joint pains I would experience with age. As the pain worsened I sought help from Dr. Ted Parcel. After showing me my x-rays of what was causing my pain,…

County approves water deal with Lincolnton

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer After more than two years of negotiations, Lincoln County’s Board of Commissioners and Lincolnton’s City Council members have approved a water contract. County commissioners voted unanimously to approve a water contract with the City of Lincolnton at their meeting on Monday. City council members had previously…

Timber beasts make stop in city

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Business booming for Ellis Farms

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Big things are happening at Ellis Farms. What started as a family hobby of raising a few chickens has turned into a small farming business that seems to be growing at a rapid pace. “The size has gone up 300 percent,” Rick Ellis said. “Our profit…

Chickens come home to roost for Tim Cathey

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JACLYN ANTHONY LTN Staff Tim Cathey is a disruptive innovator. He finds unexpected solutions to problems and creates new technology in the process. Some of that technology may soon impact farming practices in Lincoln County and beyond. Through his company, Novovita, Cathey has developed a line of bio-based agricultural products…

Obituaries — 9-10-14

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Bobby Ray Bradshaw Sr. DENVER — Bobby Ray Bradshaw Sr., 81, of Denver passed away on September 7, 2014 at his residence. Born on December 12, 1932 in Landis, he was the son of the late Vance and Berdie Barbee Bradshaw. Mr. Bradshaw was employed as an automobile mechanic at…

BOYS SOCCER — Heartbreaker

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Trojans score 2 goals in final 2 minutes to down Rebels RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor VALE –– West Lincoln was two minutes away from winning its first conference boys soccer match in more than a year, when the unthinkable happened. The Rebels didn’t think. West Lincoln was the better team…

HOOPS — King to leave Knights

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Hoops coach takes same job at West Iredell RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Eric King arrived at North Lincoln hoping to change the culture of its boys basketball program, and he feels he did. He’s now hoping to do the same at West Iredell. King, who’s led the program for four…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK — Knights look to improve during off week

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Mistakes North Lincoln hadn’t made in its first two games hurt it last week in its loss to East Lincoln. The Knights have two weeks to correct them before hitting the field again. North Lincoln suffered its first turnover of the season last week, and had…

LOCAL ROUNDUP — Lincolnton wallops Maiden in boys soccer, stays undefeated

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Lincolnton wallops Maiden in boys soccer, stays undefeated LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Jeffrey Perez scored four goals and Lincolnton’s boys soccer team stayed undefeated with a 7-1 win over visiting Maiden Monday in the Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference opener for both teams. Graham Willis added a goal, Matthew Perez scored…