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Business Briefs — 5-11-12

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New beauty salon opens in Lincolnton Bella Rouge Salon, located at 202 Lithia Inn Road in Lincolnton, opened for business on May 2. The salon offers full hair care, nail care and skin care. Closed on Sundays and Mondays, the salon’s hours of operation are Tuesdays 10 a.m. to 6…

N. Lincoln Lady Knights fall to Wheatmore after penalty kicks

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Senior goalkeeper Calli Brown logs 26 saves in loss MICHAEL GEBELEIN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER — The North Lincoln Lady Knights varsity soccer team took their first-round playoff game to a 3-3 tie after regulation play, through 30 minutes of overtime and into penalty kicks against the Wheatmore Lady Warriors…

Results — 5-11-12

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Playoff baseball North Lincoln fell to East Rutherford 2-1 in 10 innings on Thursday. Playoff softball East Lincoln was defeated by Chase 6-4 on Thursday. Brittany Miller hit a double and a solo home run for two RBIs in the game. Carly Johnson had one single and Brittany Wayne had…

Schedules — 5-11-12

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Playoff baseball West Lincoln hosts Trinity at 8 p.m. today. East Lincoln hosts South Iredell at 7 p.m. today. Playoff softball West Lincoln hosts Trinity at 8 p.m. today. North Lincoln hosts South Iredell at 6 p.m. today.…

Same as it ever was

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MICHAEL GEBELEIN Sports Editor Major League Baseball was turned on its head, momentarily. But now it’s found the right path, and traditional winning teams don’t have to worry. I get a certain petty satisfaction at looking at the American League East standings, just over a month into the season, and…

Obituaries — 5-11-12

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Janice ‘Jennifer’ Martin Janice “Jennifer” Yvonne Martin, 65, a resident of Cardinal Healthcare in Lincolnton, formerly of Vance, S.C. died Tuesday, May 8, 2012. The funeral will be 3 p.m. today at the graveside in Gerizim United Methodist Church Cemetery with Rev. Barry Allen officiating. Jennifer was a daughter of…

Criminal probe of city leaders ongoing

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FRANK TAYLOR Managing Editor The spotlight on alleged illegal gifts to city officials doesn’t appear to be going away any time soon and could result in criminal charges, a law enforcement source told the Times-News on Thursday. Even though Lincolnton City Council members voted 3-1 last week to halt an…

Cocaine trafficking charges for ex-convict

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Deputies and city police joined with North Carolina Probation and Parole officers this week to execute search warrants at three area residences, resulting in the arrest of an alleged cocaine dealer and two-time convicted felon. Following an undercover investigation that commenced in February, authorities probed homes…

Out for blood at West Lincoln High

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Curtis upbeat about runoff

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FRANK TAYLOR Managing Editor Dr. David Curtis of Denver isn’t halting his campaign for a state Senate seat after narrowly finishing second in a three-way Republican primary on Tuesday. “Yes, I plan to seek a run off,” he told the Times-News in an email on Thursday. Curtis finished with about…