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Our View: The good news

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We occasionally hear complaints about our publishing “bad” news too frequently. The reality is that, as news gatherers, we have a solemn responsibility for publishing both the bad and the good with impartiality. But given the content of our edition this past Friday (Nov. 29), we doubt we’ll hear any…

Reader’s Forum — 12-2-13

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Safe sidewalks are taking second place This letter is in reply to a recent letter concerning leaf collection by city workers. I agree with the writer; we live in a great city with fantastic sanitation and street maintenance departments. However, on the subject of lawn, leaf and waste collections, I…

Problems with food stamps vastly improve

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Four months after the Lincoln County Department of Social Services experienced an unexpected shutdown in computer operations, delaying monthly food stamps for a number of citizens, DSS officials have seen ample improvements while simultaneously bracing themselves for future healthcare changes. The food stamp issue stemmed from…

County to hold another public hearing on solar farm

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  Staff report   The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and Planning Board are holding another public hearing tonight regarding Strata Solar Farms request of a conditional use permit to construct a solar power generator facility in the eastern end of the county. The Times-News previously reported that more than…

Lincolnton gets the Christmas spirit

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Around Town — 12-2-13

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MONDAY Play auditions        The Cherryville Little Theatre,  301 W. Academy St., will host auditions 7-9 p.m. for the upcoming  Southern comedy “Dearly Departed.” Cast will include 5 men and 9 women ages 20s-70s and 3 to 5 teens ages 15-18. Rehearsals will be in January and performances Feb. 28, March…

LHS drama students present mystery theatre

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Lincolnton High School’s performance this month of Eileen Moushey’s play “The Great High School Whodunit” includes mystery, comedy and some unpredictable twists and turns. With a cast of more than 15 students ranging in age and experience level from amateur freshmen to seasoned senior, the…

Obituaries — 12-2-13

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Frances Putman Gamble COLUMBIA, S.C. — A memorial service for Frances Putman Gamble, 78, will be held today at 3 p.m., at Dunbar Home, Devine Street Chapel, with visitation to follow immediately after the service at the funeral home Frances died November 28, 2013 at Agape Hospice House.  Born in…

Confederate prison staffed by Lincoln County guards

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer History fans of all ages will be able to catch a glimpse of North Carolina’s past, thanks to the Salisbury Confederate Prison Association. This Friday, the association will host a free exhibit on the Salisbury Confederate Prison at the Rowan Public Library. Although the Civil War…

‘Wasn’t meant to be’

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Lincolnton falls to Rams By RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor REIDSVILLE –– With his team down two scores at the half, Lincolnton head coach Scott Cloninger got exactly what he wanted in the second. The end result he wanted just wasn’t meant to be. Junior quarterback Devante Williams was a one-man…