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Obits 10-31-12

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  Stacy Darriell Keever Stacy Darriell Keever, 72, of Lincolnton, received his crown in Glory on October 30, 2012, after a long struggle with illness. He was surrounded by dear family and friends, who rejoice that he has been made whole and welcomed into the arms of his loving Savior,…

Criminal charges — 10-31-12

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Charles Eugene Carpenter Jr., 38, of 2579 Colewood Ln. in Iron Station was charged Oct. 23 with one count of non-support family. A $750 cash bond was set. Erin Morgan Lee Clark, 20, of 408 N. Popular St. in Gastonia was…

State OKs funds for new park in Denver

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  SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer   Construction on the first phase of the East Lincoln Rescue Park should begin soon now that funding has come through in the form of a North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund matching grant. The Lincoln County Parks and Recreation Department announced Friday that…

Around Town — 10-31-12

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WEDNESDAY Water outage Lincoln County Public Works will repair a faulty water valve starting 9 a.m. in the vicinity of the 4100 block of N.C. 16. The water will affect Mundy Rd. to Denver Industrial Park Dr. for approximately five hours. For questions, call (704) 736-8497 or (704) 483-7082. Festival…

Volunteers travel into disaster zone

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Denver resident and local American Red Cross volunteer Ray Roedel packed his bags and headed for the Northeast on Tuesday in an effort to provide disaster relief for individuals who’ve suffered from the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy. Because the deadly storm has forced…

Police Chief resigns amid FBI probe

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Cherryville Police Chief Woody Burgess, who was placed on suspension earlier this month in connection with a federal probe of his agency, handed a resignation letter to Interim City Manager Jeff Cash on Monday, but the action won’t go into effect until Thursday, Cash said. City…

Deputies: Suspect breaks officer’s nose

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer An Iron Station man assaulted a deputy, fracturing his nose and sending him to the hospital Thursday after the officer responded to an area disturbance call, according to Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Travis Williams was forced to hold Robert Hayes Hunter, 42, of 734 Trinity Lane, at…

At the Spooktacular

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Worrying a pesky bug could be worse

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AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer Smaller than the size of a penny, dark in color and indigenous to China, the kudzu bug is continuing to populate Lincoln County, as well as other parts of the Southeast. This year, farmers and county Cooperative Extension Agent for Agriculture Libby Yarber have noticed a…

3 generations of seamstresses open shop

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Three generations of seamstresses are behind a new sewing shop in Lincolnton, continuing on a trade that is becoming increasingly rare. Alterations And Sew Much More, owned by Rachel Freeman and her mother Rebecca Naylor, opened for business last month at 518 N. Generals Blvd., beside…