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Notable News — 5-4-12

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Lincolnton resident Brenda Kinney and Denver resident Walter Burke were among the 30 local cancer survivors to take the runway in the American Cancer Society’s inaugural Cure By Design event held in Charlotte on Saturday, March 24, 2012, at the Urban Garden adjacent to the Ritz-Carlton Charlotte hotel. Cure By…

Daystar Motorycle Ministry

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A Kindle won’t tell it all

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist I bought a Kindle Fire. It was packaged very well, but not a word of instructions to be found. My friends say it’s an easy way to read books, hear music and view movies. So, I went to my friends to ask for help. Now I…

Reader’s Forum — 5-4-12

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Carney responds to earlier letter To the Citizens of Lincoln County, I am responding to an inaccurate accusation made by a former Commissioner of Mooresville.  Between 2005-2008, Mooresville’s citizens decided they were unhappy with the direction of our Town.  I was proud to be elected during this time on a…

City council will not pursue allegations against Emory

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer The Lincolnton City Council decided Thursday evening to not pursue allegations from an anonymous source that claimed City Manager Jeff Emory was receiving personal gifts in exchange for awarding contracts to a vendor. The decision to not look further into the claims came with a 3-1…

Jim Klein disputes Tillis’ endorsement of Saine

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS STAFF One race leading up to Tuesday’s primary may have gotten a bit more contentious this week. A dispute has arisen in the past few days regarding a letter of endorsement for a candidate for the N.C. House of Representatives from District 97. Jim Klein, a current member…

Coyotes becoming serious problem in Lincoln County

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer “They are not going away,” Lincoln County Animal Control Officer Robert Maxwell told the Times-News Thursday about coyotes infiltrating the area. The state’s first coyote spotting occurred in Gaston County in the 1930s, but the species has since permeated all 100 North Carolina counties, according to…

Lincolnton drama club performs ‘Aida’

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Performance runs through Sunday at Citizen’s Center AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer Aida, Walt Disney’s animated Egyptian fairytale that never made it to theatres, is brought to life by Lincolnton High’s drama club this weekend at the Citizen’s Center. Elton John’s musical numbers that will be recreated in the production range…

Rebels beat Lincolnton 11-3

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W. Lincoln advances to conference tournament semifinals KEN BRADLEY Special to LTN VALE — The first three innings of Thursday night’s quarterfinal matchup in the Southern Piedmont 1A/2A tournament was eerily familiar for West Lincoln. Less than two weeks ago, the Rebels were held hitless for five innings by Lincolnton’s…

Lady Mustangs beat Lake Norman Charter 3-1, advance to SPC tournament semifinals

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TRAVIS DURKEE Special to LTN LINCOLNTON — The Lady Mustangs softball team of East Lincoln kept their season alive with a 3-1 victory over Lake Norman Charter in the first round of the SPC conference tournament Thursday afternoon at Betty Ross Park. East Lincoln starter Brittany Miller went the distance…