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Obituaries — 9-3-14

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Robert Rector McGee Robert Rector McGee, 64, of Winston-Salem died on August 30, 2014, at the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. Robert was born on July 18, 1950, in Roanoke, Va., to the late Robert Lee McGee and Martha Rector McGee. He grew up in Roanoke and was a graduate…

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL — Changin’ it up

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LHS finds success in new ‘O’ RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor When Lincolnton’s football team found it tough to move the football in a big-time game, coach Scott Cloninger made a few changes and they worked. The same happened last week when the Wolves traveled to Belmont South Point, and again,…

LOCAL ROUNDUP — Wilson cut by Chicago Bears

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS The Chicago Bears cut Lincolnton native C.J. Wilson on Saturday. Wilson, who was signed by the Bears as a free agent in the spring of 2013, was cut despite leading the team in interceptions during the preseason with two. Wilson made the regular season 53-man roster last season.…

Sports Calendar — 9/3/14

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Upcoming games This list of event may not include changes or postponements not reported to the Lincoln Times-News. All volleyball doubleheaders begin with junior varsity at 4:30 p.m., and varsity to follow, unless otherwise noted. All other times listed are varsity start times: Today Boys soccer E. Lincoln at S.…

Sailors young and old take on Lake Norman

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Cherryville woman charged for arson, theft

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Detective Matt Burgess has arrested one person and charged another in connection with a suspicious house fire that was set on June 15. Susan Starlene Waldenville, 38, of 6717 Charleston Trail in Cherryville, was taken into custody on Thursday and charged with…

Study ranks county schools among most productive in NC

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer A new study shows that Lincoln County Schools is among the most productive school districts in the state. The Center for American Progress, a nonpartisan research and educational institute, released the study “Return on Educational Investment: 2014” in July, its second study focusing on educational productivity,…

Report: Equality will help state economy grow

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Staff report A new study released today reports that an equity-driven economic growth model will expedite North Carolina’s recovery from the Great Recession, which has consistently remained uneven and sluggish across the state, creating recessionary-like conditions in many cities and towns. “The State of Working North Carolina,” a report published…

North Lincoln drummer shines on big stage

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer For North Lincoln High School junior Ian Yount, this summer consisted of lengthy rehearsals, long bus rides and the chance to compete against talented drum corps from across the country. Yount, 17, was first introduced to music during his elementary school years. “I homeschooled Ian and…

Deputies help nab fugitive

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer A Denver man wanted in California and Florida was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals with assistance from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. Detectives secured a search warrant for 2896 Sweeping Pines Drive in Denver and took Justin David Goulet, 27, into custody. In Lincoln County,…