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NL Knights win Wells Fargo Conference Cup

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Staff report The North Carolina High School Athletic Association has named North Lincoln High School the winner of the 2011-2012 Wells Fargo Conference Cup award in the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A Conference. North Lincoln took home conference championships in men’s golf, softball and women’s track and field during the spring season…

Results — 6/8/12

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American Legion baseball Cherryville Post 100 defeated Gaffney 4-0 on Wednesday. Senior bowling 6-7-12 Results High Game Scratch: Ken Fair 258, Nelia Winters 197; Year to date: Ken Fair 289, Doris Heafner 230 High Series Scratch: Ken Fair 648, Donna Bowlin 526; Year to date: Ken Fair 805, Nelia Winters…

Schedules — 6/8/12

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American Legion baseball Cherryville Post 100 plays in the North-South Challenge at Shelby High School this weekend. Post 100 begins the tournament today against Gaffney at 6 p.m., plays Sumter at 1 p.m. Saturday and wraps up the tournament against Florence at 2 p.m. Sunday. The Lincoln County Cardinals travel…

Broome pleads guilty to murder

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Friends recall victim with ‘kind heart’ JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Nearly eight months after Lynsette Jo Latusek was found dead inside her Lincolnton home, Matthew Broome pleaded guilty to murdering the 34-year-old woman. Assistant District Attorney Mike Miller, who served as lead prosecutor in the case, told the Times-News Tuesday…

Deputies: Sting nets suspected heroin trafficker

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Lincoln County deputies placed a Gaston County woman behind bars after narcotics investigators said they seized heroin from her during a weekend sting operation in Iron Station. A Sheriff’s Office press release said that for at least a week, deputies had been investigating Audree Henderson Gilbert,…

County OKs restored mill for events

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Historic site was home to Confederate laboratory SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer The Laboratory Mill on Southfork Road in Lincolnton could soon be host to weddings, reunions and other social events, in addition to film crews. During Monday night’s meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners, a public hearing was…

City nears decision on ‘tough’ budget

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Morning, evening meetings Thursday SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer After receiving public comment on the proposed 2012-2013 budget during its meeting Thursday evening, the Lincolnton City Council is expected to take a vote on the city’s financing for next year. Earlier in the day, council members will meet to discuss last-minute…

Thieves take electronics in Denver biz break-in

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Deputies are investigating a break-in at a Denver business over the weekend, which resulted in stolen electronics and other items. The incident took place Sunday at Red Rooster Consignment, located at 7912 Unity Church Road in Denver. Deputies responded to the site in reference to an…

Distance-learning proposal wins grant for Rock Springs

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AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer A unique proposal of technology use in classrooms and a highly effective staff put a local elementary school on the map to becoming a partner with a national organization, said Drew Polly, co-director of the UNC-Charlotte Professional Development Schools (PDS) network. Chosen as one of 15…

Little black spot on the sun

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The clouds parted and the sun shone so participants could watch the “transit of Venus” with special viewers handed out at the office of Lincolnton dentist Robert T. Cloninger on Tuesday. During the rare event, the planet Venus crossed directly between the Earth and the Sun. Although dangerous to observe…