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Referees earn their stripes

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County approves plans for new shooting range, Dunkin’ Donuts

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer The Board of Commissioners unanimously signed off on plans for a new Dunkin’ Donuts and indoor shooting range in eastern Lincoln County during its meeting Monday night. The two zoning cases were recommended for approval by the Planning Board after public hearings at the Aug. 5…

Commissioners approve contract package with City of Lincolnton

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Despite the Lincolnton City Council’s decision last week to head back to the table with various contracts between Lincolnton and Lincoln County officials, the Board of Commissioners went ahead and approved the package deal Monday night. Commissioner Carl Robinson, who was a part of the negotiations…

Seminar details human trafficking

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer North Carolina is ranked among the country’s top eight states for human trafficking, North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault’s Program Coordinator Kiricka Yarbrough Smith and Human Trafficking Consultant Ashley Bass told the area’s sexual assault service providers Tuesday during a special training at the James W.…

Event to remember children who perished in construction accident, honor first responders who tried to save them

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A 5K race and community gathering will take place in Denver later this month to not only remember the children who perished in a construction site accident in April but also honor the emergency crews who responded to the incident. Lincoln County residents Tanya Dyer, a…

Knights stymie Wolves

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North Lincoln solid in season opener By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor North Lincoln left the 2A ranks with three straight conference volleyball titles in its back pocket. The Knights made their 3A debut on Tuesday and picked up right where they left off. Olivia Loeffler and Courtney Trickle combined for…

Knights have promise

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By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor Lynn Rhyne isn’t making any promises, but to the longtime North Lincoln volleyball coach the Knights look promising in 2013. North Lincoln, which opened the season Tuesday with a 3-0 win at county rival Lincolnton, has won three consecutive conference championships and finished second in…

Lincoln Charter earns first wins over EL in soccer, tennis

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THE LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Lincoln Charter made history not once, but three times on Tuesday. The Eagles earned wins over East Lincoln in junior varsity and varsity boys soccer and in girls tennis, things the school that opened in 1997 had never done before, according to Lincoln Charter Athletic Director Daniel…

Calendar — 8/21/13

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Upcoming games Note: Junior varsity start time for volleyball is typically 4:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. for boys soccer. Varsity contests will follow JVs, unless otherwise noted. Today Volleyball N. Lincoln at W. Lincoln Girls tennis W. Lincoln at E. Gaston Thursday, Aug. 22 JV football E. Gaston at E.…

Around Town — 8-21-13

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TODAY Church open house St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 4057 King Wilkinson Rd. in Lincolnton, will host an open house for an after school camp 5:30-6:30 p.m. for ages 5-12. THURSDAY School supply event Communities in Schools, in partnership with United Way of Lincoln County and Wal-Mart and other area nonprofits…