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Mooresville routs Knights

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Akease Rankin accounted for four touchdowns and Tommy Bullock threw for three as Mooresville smacked North Lincoln 43-7 on Friday. Rankin scored on runs of 25, 65 and 71 yards, and caught a 91-yard scoring pass from Bullock to open the scoring. Bullock connected with Dallas Jackson on…

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Upcoming games Note: Junior varsity start time for boys soccer if 5 p.m. for the SD-7 and 5:15 p.m. for the NP3A/4A conference. Varsity contests will follow JVs, unless otherwise noted. The soccer regular season ends on Wednesday. State playoffs begin Oct. 30. Today Boys soccer E. Lincoln at W.…

Obituaries — 10-21-13

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Bonita Kay Bandy Davis Bonita Kay Bandy Davis, 63, of Denver died October 18, 2013. The funeral service will be held October 23, 2013 at 2 p.m. at Burke Mortuary Chapel, Maiden. Burial will follow at Olivet Baptist Church in Catawba.  The family will receive friends October 22, 2013 from…

Local singer-songwriter headed west

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   For some rising musicians, their hometown is simply a trivial fact. But for Lincoln County singer-songwriter Lily Tallent, the red clay farmland of Lincoln County is a vital component to her music. “Having roots in tradition and history is not something I take lightly.…

County to hear zoning requests

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners will vote on a zoning request from a company that is seeking to build a Family Dollar in Denver at its meeting today. C4 Development has requested a conditional-use permit to develop a 1.6-acre lot into an 8,320…

Area nonprofits still facing food shortage

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Christian Ministry isn’t the only county nonprofit experiencing a crisis-level food shortage. In My Father’s House Community Support Services Network, Inc., is also running out of items — food and clothing — to give to community members, Co-Founder and Prophetess Ivey Robinson said. Since 2010,…

Crew demolishes Court Square building

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Introducing: Staff Writer Elizabeth Heffner

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Ever since I can remember, I have always had a passion for writing. It started off as short, choppy story sentences I would write for my mother. I am sure they were typical of any scribbling a pre-school kid could do, with ice cream, rainbows,…

Gastonia woman wins Rhyne Competition

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   “For a viewer to experience a connection with one of my pieces is the ultimate compliment,” artist Renee Matthews said. The Gastonia resident recently won two awards this fall in the annual Paul C. Rhyne Art Competition at the Lincoln Cultural Center. Sponsored by the…

West Lincoln High School “Rebel Navy” Orientation Trip

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    On Sept. 25 to 27, the West Lincoln High School Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (NJROTC), the “Rebel Navy,” conducted its first orientation visit to numerous Navy commands in Norfolk, Va. After a long bus trip to Norfolk, 18 curious “Rebel Navy” cadets began their trip with…