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Business Brief — 7-13-12

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Otto’s Pet  Center relocates Otto’s Pet Center recently moved to 820 E. Main St. in Lincolnton. The store was previously located at 435 N. Generals Blvd. Owner Paula Kowalczyk had no comment on the reason behind the move, but she told the Times-News that the store’s number of employees would…

Hot weather, good company on a summer day

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest columnist Is it the hottest weather yet? Most likely not, but it sure feels that way. I remember when fans and air conditioners were what a few other people had. The 5-and-10-cent store had paddle fans at its entrance and when we came to town we raced…

WLHS class of 1970 reunion

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Police arrest 3, crack down on teen drinking

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Police arrested three people and issued more than a dozen citations for underage drinking in connection with a rowdy party over the weekend at a Lincolnton residence. After receiving multiple calls around midnight Sunday regarding illegal drinking and drug use in the area, police quickly responded…

Obituaries — 7-11-12

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Anthony Phillip Ardizzone “Tony” IRON STATION- Major Anthony Phillip Ardizzone (USAF RET), age 94, passed away surrounded by is family on Sunday, July 8, 2012 at his home in Iron Station. Tony was born on March 16,1918 in Brooklyn, NY, son of the late Mario and Catherine (Santoro) Ardizzone. He…

YMCA program focuses on reading

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Schools, Y team up to improve skills AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer Twenty-four students from Iron Station and Catawba Springs elementary schools, ranging from (rising) Kindergartners to second-graders, are working on their reading skills during a free, five-week camp this summer. For the first time, Lincoln County is welcoming the YMCA’s…

Hospital invites public to ‘walk with a doc’

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer The first-ever “Walk with a Doc” program in Lincoln County is taking place Saturday morning at Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln, allowing citizens the opportunity to get some exercise while discussing their medical concerns with local physicians. Carolinas HealthCare System’s Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute adopted the nonprofit,…

Criminal Charges — 7-11-12

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Lisa Love Reynolds, 44, of 2480 Reepsville Rd. in Lincolnton was charged July 7 with one count each of using a telephone repeatedly for the purpose of annoying and simple assault along with two counts of using a telephone to threaten…

Legislators talk with Lincoln Co. seniors

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer N.C. Rep. Jason Saine, R-Lincoln, and Sen. Chris Carney of the N.C. Senate’s 44th District fielded questions from senior citizens of Lincoln County during a town hall meeting Tuesday afternoon. The N.C. General Assembly’s short session wrapped up last week, and both Saine and Carney, a…

Mathews new head pastor at Ivey Memorial UMC

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Jim Mathews is already a seasoned trumpet player, journalist, photographer, communications director, college sports information director and salesman, but starting Sunday, he’ll take on the role of head pastor at Ivey Memorial United Methodist Church in north-central Lincoln County. The Charlotte native received his license to…