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Club News 3-23-12

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  Priscilla Book Club The Priscilla Book Club met Feb. 8 at the home of Lynda Flowe on Miner’s Creek Drive in Lincolnton. Sarah Lantz, president, welcomed 15 members, who were served chocolate tarts accompanied by nuts, fruit and coffee. For her literary moment, President Lantz highlighted the article from…

Business Briefs 03-23-12

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Madison’s at the Lake changes ownership Madison’s at the Lake was purchased by Joe and Agnes Acovski in January. The restaurant, now named Joey’s Fine Food & Spirits, will have an official grand opening in April. Agnes Acovski said they are hoping to create a more family-friendly environment at the…

Division of Workforce Solutions weekly job listings

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  Electrician – Licensed (Job #010097831) Regional contractor seeking experienced electricians. Employer will be accepting applications and interviewing in Lincolnton employment office on Wednesday, March 28, starting at 8 a.m. CNA/Med Tech (Job #010099673) Will supervise/manage shift; dispense meds, treatments to residents. Need 12 months of experience. May fill in…

Arrest made in 1993 rape

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A Mecklenburg County man accused of raping a teen girl in Lincoln County nearly two decades ago was arrested this week, deputies said. Lincoln County Sheriff’s authorities apprehended Stephen Eugene Malcolm, 60, of 452 Rhyne Road in Charlotte, on Tuesday, a press release said. Malcolm faces…

Obits 3-19-12

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Shelby Jean Fields Stroupe Shelby Jean Fields Stroupe, Lincolnton, passed away March 16, 2012, at her residence. She was born March 1, in Gaston County to Mary Fields Poarch of Dallas, N.C. and the late Jack Poarch. Shelby was employed by Cornwell Drug and Riverside Seafood. She attended Crouse Baptist…

Lady Mustangs defeat Lady Knights 4-0

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer PUMPKIN CENTER — The East Lincoln Lady Mustangs (2-3-2) snagged a 4-0 victory on the road Monday night against the North Lincoln Lady Knights (3-4). The win was the Denver team’s first conference match of the season. Despite the Lady Knights’ empty scoreboard, they executed a…

Lady Wolves fall to E. Lincoln 8-0

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Lady Mustangs move to 3-1 in SPC play with win MICHAEL GEBELEIN Sports Writer DENVER — The Lincolnton Lady Wolves held the East Lincoln Lady Mustangs to no runs through the first three innings of Southern Piedmont Conference softball action on Tuesday. In the bottom of the fourth, the floodgates…

County gives Oaklawn chance if grants cover renovations

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer A change of heart from county commissioners may give an old school building with strong sentimental ties for the neighborhood a final chance at being restored rather than torn down. Despite earlier indications that most commissioners opposed renovating the old Oaklawn facility in Lincolnton because of…

Judge’s ability to seek new term questioned

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  FRANK TAYLOR and SARAH LOWERY Times-News staff   A Lawndale man has challenged the right of District Court Judge Anna (Dina) Foster to seek re-election, claiming he has evidence that she no longer resides within District 27B, which includes Cleveland and Lincoln counties. Robert Alexander Williams cites Foster’s listed…

Deputies: Employees stole from food mart

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Two Lincoln County residents are accused of stealing money on more than 60 occasions from a Denver convenience store where they worked. Deputies said the incidents happened between Dec. 22 and early February at Triangle Food Mart on N.C. 16. Former employees, James Michael…