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Calendar — 10/30/13

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Upcoming games Note: The regular seasons have concluded for all fall sports except football. Per the NCHSAA winter sports practice (basketball, wrestling, swimming) can officially begin today. Practice for indoor track can begin on Nov. 11. Today Boys soccer NCHSAA 1A playoffs: Lincoln Charter at Pine Lake Prep, 4 p.m.…

Board of Education works to resolve Asbury dilemma

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer The debate over the future of one Lincoln County school is set to continue early next month. Members of the Board of Education will be meeting Nov. 5 to discuss what actions need to be taken to improve Asbury Alternative School.  The Times-News previously reported on…

Blood drive organizers receive scholarships

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Local mother Karla Lopez, 26, wants the best for her 18-month-old son Sebastian, and pursuing a college degree is exactly how she plans to fulfill that goal, she said. Considered a young mother in her Hispanic community, the Hickory resident plans to register for more courses…

Big fun at Wrangler’s Harvest Round-Up

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Gun carry permits go on the web

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LTN Staff Report Starting Friday, Lincoln County residents will be able to apply, renew and pay for concealed handgun permits online. The local law enforcement agency opted to put the applications on their website in order to better serve area citizens, a press release said. The website also maintains additional…

Local band Jerry’s Bones brings groove, soul on debut album

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer “Bands are like a marriage,” local guitarist Cameron Matthews said. “If you don’t have commitment or compromise, it won’t work.” Matthews is one of four members who comprise Jerry’s Bones — a former Christian band who recently released their first album, “Moving On.” The CD’s title…

Families enjoy Spooktacular

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Miller Carson, 2, and Jaxon Stamey, 18 months, play at at the 5th Annual Partnership for Children of Lincoln & Gaston Counties Family Spook-Tacular hosted by Woodmill Winery on Saturday.…

Wolves dominate Newton-Conover

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By DAVID KEEVER Special to the LTN Quinlyn Harris intercepted three passes and Lincolnton limited Newton-Conover to 164 yards of total offense in a 30-7 Southern District 7 Athletic 2A Conference victory Friday. Tyshique Prescod also intercepted a pass as part of a defensive effort that gave Lincolnton (6-3, 4-1)…

A good fight

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Ladowski-led ’Cats hold off NL By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER –– North Lincoln head coach David Maness isn’t one for moral victories, but even he was pleased with the way his team hung around with Lake Norman on Friday. The Knights couldn’t stop Wildcats quarterback Josh Ladowski, who accounted…

EL goes off

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68 points tie school record LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS After forfeiting three wins last week East Lincoln tried to get them all back against West Caldwell on Friday night. Not really. It just seemed that way. Quarterback Chazz Surratt threw for career highs of 349 yards and five touchdowns and the Mustangs…