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Schedule — 7-17-13

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American Legion  Area IV playoffs First Round Best-of-5 East No. 5 Huntersville vs. West No. 4 Cherryville Game 1: C 11, H 8 Game 2: C 7, H 2 Game 3: C 6, H 5, 10 inn.; Cherryville wins series 3-0 West No. 6 Henderson Co. vs. East No. 3…

Senior bowling

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Results from July 11  at Pin Station, Newton High Game Scratch: Ken Fair 243, Terry Sanford 185. Year to date: Ken Fair 279, Roger Kerley 279, Sue May 224. High Series Scratch: Ken Fair 646, Terry Sanford 521. Year to date: Roger Kerley 78, Sue May 587. High Game HC:…

Local firefighter embezzled from two departments

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Sheriff’s detectives said a local firefighter embezzled thousands of dollars in agency funds from two eastern Lincoln County departments. While a person of interest is currently being investigated, deputies said they have yet to make an arrest in the case. The alleged suspect serves as both…

Reader’s Forum

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  Democracy in action Last Thursday’s action by both the citizens of Lincolnton and their elected representatives gave a great lesson involving true democracy in action. At the June Council meeting, numerous citizens expressed their strong objection to a proposed trash tax. After affording the citizens the opportunity to voice…

Criminal Charges

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  The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following charges:   Joel Carson Webber, 52, of 1428 Little Valley Ln. in Lincolnton was charged July 12 with one count of communicating threats. No bond was set.   Kelly Smith Cape, 27, of 160 Old Well Ln. in Lincolnton was charged…

Obituaries 7-17-13

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Edna Nathlee Galloway Hamm Edna Nathlee Galloway Hamm, 89 of Cherryville died July 15, 2013. A Service of Remembrance will be held on Thursday, July 18, 2013, at 2 p.m. at Shady Grove Baptist Church.  Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends on Thursday, from…

Amity Lane residents on their own

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Residents of the Trinity Farms neighborhood in Iron Station will be faced with finding a solution on their own for the washed-out bridge on Amity Lane, with little help available from either Lincoln County or the N.C. Department of Transportation since the road is private. Interim…

County makes meth bust

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    JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A Maiden man tried to produce a one-pot meth lab in the parking lot of a Lincolnton business Monday evening, deputies said. A Lincoln County Sheriff’s deputy riding through the area spotted Brent Allen Stidham shaking up the homemade ingredients in his vehicle in…

‘Do you see what I see?’ shown in Lincolnton

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      Cultural Center hosts rehearsal for inspirational play JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer “I’ve always had a vivid imagination,” Lincolnton playwright and director Earline Smith said. She is set to showcase her next production “Do You See What I See” 7 p.m. Saturday at the Lincoln Cultural Center. The…

Counties unite for disaster readiness

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LTN Staff Report Lincoln County is joining with two others to create a regional plan for how best to prepare for when disaster strikes. Lincoln, Gaston and Cleveland counties are together forming a Hazard Mitigation Council, which held its first meeting on July 9 in Cherryville. As of now, every…