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Obits 9-10-12

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Patricia M. Meeks Patricia M. Meeks, 73, of Lincolnton died September 9, 2012. Arrangements are incomplete at Warlick Funeral Home, Lincolnton.   Suzanne Beam Goins Suzanne Beam Goins, 64, of Cherryville died September 7, 2012. Funeral services were held September 9, 2012 at First Baptist Church at 4 p.m. with…

Wolves narrowly avoid shutout against Shelby

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KEN BRADLEY Special to LTN LINCOLNTON — Lincolnton coach Scott Cloninger knows better days are ahead for his Wolves. He just hopes that after Friday night’s 42-7 loss at home to Shelby, his team realizes it, too. “What I’m praying for is that our young people don’t get down on…

Criminal Charges 9-10-12

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Dennis John Wagner, 21, of 2246 Shady Pine Ln. in Lincolnton was charged Sept. 6 with one count of harassing phone/obscene call. A $2,500 bond was set. Hayley Danielle Dellinger, 28, of 1043 Cedar Grove Ch. Rd. in Vale was…

Knights come up short against Bandys

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MICHAEL GEBELEIN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER — Things went North Lincoln’s way, briefly, in the Knights’ 42-18 loss to the Bandys Trojans on Friday. Senior running back David Spinner blasted through the Bandys defensive line less than two minutes into the first quarter for a 58-yard scoring run to give…

Rebels fall to Cavaliers

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JONATHAN SCRONCE Special to LTN BOSTIC — The West Lincoln fell to East Rutherford 31-14 on Friday despite taking an early lead. The Rebels’ opening drive was set up by a 48-yard kickoff return by Clay Alguire that gave the Rebels the ball on the Cavalier 41-yard line. West Lincoln…

County may offer incentives to lure 300 jobs

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  Approval for sweepstakes sites, 500-acre business development also on agenda SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer An incentive grant agreement for a company that could bring hundreds of jobs to the area will be weighed by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners during its meeting tonight. The company, whose identity will…

Festival brings out music lovers

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Fake grenade forces school evacuation

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Deputies rushed to a local elementary school Friday morning after they thought a student had an explosive device on campus, the Sheriff’s Office said. Deputies forced staff at Pumpkin Center Elementary School to conduct a fire drill as precaution just after 11 a.m. after…

9 Lincoln students chosen for Tournament of Roses band

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  AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer   Nine students from Lincoln County high schools will be traveling across the country to California to march, play their instruments and work with other band enthusiasts from various other states in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. Among the local youth attending the week-long…

Annual race set for Saturday

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  LTN Staff Reports   Before chomping down on a freshly made, crunchy candied apple and celebrating the start of the fall season with thousands of other local citizens this weekend at Lincoln County’s 40th Annual Apple Festival, the community is invited to lace up their running shoes for a…