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Criminal Charges – 4-28-14

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Michael Wayne Matney, 20, of 110 Knob Creek Dr. in Lawndale was charged April 23 with one count of fugitive from justice. No bond was set. Jennifer Nicole Punch, 27, of 2660 Prince Dr. in Lincolnton was charged with one count…

Around Town – 4-28-14

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MONDAY Insurance policy benefiting Relay Through Friday, individuals are encouraged to take out a life insurance policy of any amount at Griffin Insurance Agency in Lincolnton. The business will donate $100 to Relay for Life for each policy taken out. The amount will be put towards any team the policyholder…

Obituaries – 4-28-14

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Ruth Hazelene Lynn Johnson Ruth Hazelene Lynn Johnson, age 88, of 3753 Asbury Church Road in Lincolnton, died on Friday, April 25, 2014. Her funeral service was held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 27, 2014, at David Memorial Baptist Church with Rev. Eric Reese and Rev. Jack Calloway officiating.…

Grand Opening

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Ingle Builders

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Lincolnton felon to serve prison time for knife assault

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  Metts   JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   A Catawba County judge ordered a Lincolnton man spend up to four years in prison for a knife assault that occurred in Conover last year. Catawba County’s Chief Legal Assistant, Eric Farr, said William Metts, 66, had a sentencing hearing on Thursday…

Criminal Charges

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: William Christopher Goins, 38, of 1231 Betterbrook Ln. in Lincolnton was charged April 21 with one count of communicating threats. A $15,000 bond was set. Jerry Lee Odell, 23, of 131 Lutz Dr. in Dallas was charged April 21 with…

There’s still egg bashing at Sugar Hill

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist The Easter holiday lasted all week with folks celebrating in many ways. Good Friday was observed at somber sunrise and church services, processions led by cross-bearers, pageants depicting the Last Supper and Sunday morning cantatas’ telling about Jesus’ resurrection in song. Didn’t hear anything about Easter…

Governor talks economy during Lincolnton visit

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    McCrory cites city business as example of recession recovery ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Governor Pat McCrory sat down with several Lincolnton business leaders Thursday afternoon to discuss North Carolina’s economic progress over the past year. The Economic Roundtable was held at the offices of the Lincoln Economic Development…

LHS ranked 35th best high school in state

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer   Lincolnton High School has once again been ranked as one of the “Best High Schools in North Carolina,” according to this year’s U.S. News and World Report. The high school is ranked as the 35th best high school across the state. “We are very…