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LOCAL ROUNDUP — NL places 2 doubles teams in 3A regionals

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS North Lincoln will send a pair of doubles teams to the NCHSAA 3A Midwest girls tennis regionals, which begin on Friday. The teams of Mattie Rudd and McKenzie Jones, and Morganne Kay and Addie McGinnis qualified after their top-three finish in last week’s 3A portion of the North…

Sports Calendar — 10/13/14

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Upcoming games This list of events may not include changes or postponements not reported to the Lincoln Times-News: Today Boys soccer E. Lincoln at W. Caldwell, 6:30 p.m. Lincoln Charter at Thomas Jefferson, 5 p.m. Newton-Conover at Lincolnton, 6:30 p.m. Mooresville at N. Lincoln, 6:30 p.m. W. Lincoln at Maiden,…

Criminal Charges — 10-13-14

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Daniel McKellen Harmon, 28, of 1025 Cedar Grove Church Road in Vale was charged Oct. 9 with one count of communicating threats. An unknown bond amount was set. Loretta Jean Starnes, 29, of 251 8th Avenue in Cramerton was charged Oct.…

Child Advocacy Center leads the way in fight against child abuse

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer The Lincoln County Coalition against Child Abuse and Child Advocacy Center, like so many of the non-profits of Lincoln County, was born out of tragic necessity. It began in 1992 when Melinda Houser, who now works with the Cooperative Extension, and Ola Mae Foster saw a…

City man charged for assault

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Staff report A Lincolnton man was taken into custody by the Lincolnton Police Department in connection with a Sept. 27 assault on Westview Drive. Daniel Lee Icenhour, 28, of 578 Calvary Church Road in Lincolnton, was charged on Thursday with one count each of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting…

City hires new Business and Community Development director

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer After a five-month search, the City of Lincolnton has hired a new director for the Business and Community Development department. In an interview on Friday, City Manager Jeff Emory said Vicki Davis will serve as the Business and Community Development director, beginning her employment with the…

OUR VIEW — City should explain missing sewer revenue

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The City of Lincolnton, somehow, lost track of around $150,000, according to councilman Martin Eaddy. The missing revenue is from sewer customers who live outside of the city limits who didn’t pay their bills. The city has enrolled in a debt collection service through the state to collect a portion…

Obituaries — 10-13-14

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Roscoe Lucious Sailors Roscoe Lucious Sailors, age 82, of Lincolnton passed away Friday, October 10, 2014 at his residence. He was born December 17, 1931 in Cleveland County to the late Lucious Fine Sailors and Bessie Rippy. He is survived by five daughters, Kitty Wray, Roxanne Motz, and Sandra Pruitt…

Around Town — 10-13-14

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TUESDAY Jubilee Leonards Fork Baptist Church at 1462 Leonards Fork Church Road in Lincolnton will host the Rivers of Joy jubilee, beginning at 7 p.m. and running every night until Thursday. For more information, please call (704) 735 – 9740. Soup Bowl Benefit The 17th Annual Soup Bowl Benefit has…

Candidate Survey: Sheriff

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Editor’s Note: The Lincoln Times-News, in an effort to promote discourse and the dissemination of information about political candidates’ policy positions, submitted a series of questions to candidates for Sheriff of Lincoln County. The responses from Republican incumbent David Carpenter and certified write-in candidate Anthony Huss are below. Some responses…