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Dying to Work in America’s Black Market

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ALEX NOWRASTEH Guest Columnist The recent deaths of 10 illegal immigrants in San Antonio, Texas are a gruesome example of the human costs of severe immigration restrictions. The immigrants wanted to be smuggled into the United States and, presumably, paid somebody for that service. They had no way to enter…

Around Town— 7-31-17

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MONDAY VBS Reeps Grove UMC, located at 7401 Reeps Grove Church Rd. in Vale will continue VBS through Aug. 3, 2017 from 6 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Celebration Lincoln County WIC, CHS Lincoln will host world breastfeeding week at Highland Drive Park, located at 2752 Highland Dr. in Lincolnton…

Criminal Charges— 7-31-17

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Alita Shea Lingerfelt, 27, of 326 N. Poplar St. in Lincolnton was charged July 26 with one count of civil order for arrest for child support. A $500.00 cash bond was set. Christopher Todd Moore, 33, of 7000 Executive Cir. in…

Obituaries— 7-31-17

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Donald Glenn Ritchie IRON STATION — Donald Glenn Ritchie, age 81, of Iron Station, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Thursday, July 27, 2017. A graveside service will be held at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, August 2, 2017, in the Alexis Baptist Church cemetery with Rev. Scott Jenkins…

Obituaries — 7-28-17

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Wilhelmina Reynolds Yoder Wilhelmina Reynolds Yoder, age 89, of Crouse passed away Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at Brain Center Lincolnton.  She was born April 30, 1928 in Bamberg County, S.C., a daughter of the late Logan Lohr and Iona Marie Brown Reynolds.  Wilhelmina was a lifelong resident of Crouse where she lived…

GUEST VIEW — Renewable energy legislation

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Sometimes a decision boils down to something pretty unpleasant, a choice where you have to pick the least-damaging option, but you feel lousy about it because you’re inflicting needless damage. So it is with the renewable energy legislation that’s on Gov. Roy Cooper’s desk. No matter what he does —…

Exaggeration won’t stop school choice

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JOHN HOOD Syndicated Columnist RALEIGH — During the 2016-17 academic year, nearly one out of five North Carolina children were educated in settings other than district-run public schools. In Wake County and some other urban areas, the percentage was even higher. What does this mean? To opponents of parental choice…

Building on our Legacy of Innovation

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REP. JASON SAINE Guest Columnist Infrastructure has been the lynchpin of the American economy over the last century. Under President Eisenhower, the United States made unprecedented investments in our roads, rails and ports, which accelerated America’s growth and influence in the world. A couple of decades later, President Reagan showed…

Around Town — 7-28-17

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SATURDAY Service Herndon Chapel AME Zion, located at 1121 Georgetown Rd. in Lincolnton will host “100 Men & Women in Hats” at 1 p.m. Non-denomination speakers will speak about the numbers 1-8. Join us and wear any kind of hat. 5K run or walk Lincoln Charter School, located at 7834…

Criminal Charges 7-28-17

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Candelario Guzman, 44, of 9916 Sea Son Grove Ln. in Charlotte was charged July 23 with one count each of driving while impaired, careless and reckless driving and no operator license. A $3,000 secured bond was set. Virginia Ruth Ryall, 40,…