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Illegal bath salts bust could be part of trend

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Deputies discovered illegal bath salts inside a Denver woman’s bra Wednesday during a routine traffic stop. Authorities said that a vehicle carrying Stacy Marie Blackwelder, 25, of 7355 Executive Circle, and Kenneth Dean Eaves Jr., 27, of 712 Bethany Road in Gastonia, crossed the center line…

At the food show

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Students learn about the benefits of a healthy diet and proper nutrition as they visit the Fuel Up To Play 60 booth at the annual LCS Food Show on Thursday.…

Hamrick, Oviedo Wedding

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Rhonda Kay Hamrick and Alvaro Oviedo Agüero, both of Lincolnton were married March 5, 2012 at 4:30 p.m. Rhonda is the daughter of Joseph and Annie Laura Hamrick of Hickory Grove, S.C. She works at Cardinal Healthcare in Lincolnton as a CNA. Alvaro is the son of Alvaro Oviedo G.…

Lady Mustangs fall to Shelby

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South Iredell takes Andy Kosmala Memorial Tournament crown; Tatum, Auvil, Bell named All-Tournament KEN BRADLEY Special to LTN DENVER — If East Lincoln coach Jason Dragoon was disappointed after his girls’ team fell to Shelby 3-0 on the final night of the 2012 Andy Kosmala Memorial Tournament, he wasn’t showing…

Reel, Cody Engagement

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Katie Diane Reel, of Iron Station and Joshua Landry Cody, of Lincolnton announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Katie is the daughter of Mark and Diane Reel of Iron Station. She is currently attending UNC-Charlotte. Joshua is the son of Mike and Jackie Cody of Lincolnton. He is employed by…

3 more Wolves commit to college

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Staff report Three more Lincolnton football players have announced their decisions to continue their athletic careers at the college level. Austin Duncan will attend Wingate University, Patrick Rendleman will attend Lenoir-Rhyne University and Jonathan Gidney will attend UNC-Charlotte as a preferred walk-on. Both Duncan and Rendleman received partial athletic scholarships.…

Lady Wolves fall to Maiden Blue Devils

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Staff report LINCOLNTON — The Lincolnton Lady Wolves got their first win of the season on Tuesday with an 11-5 victory over the Newton-Conover Lady Red Devils. That momentum was stifled by the  Maiden Lady Blue Devils on Wednesday in a 14-0 rout in the Lady Wolves’ final game of…

Top Dawg Challenge

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West Lincoln high school is hosting the Top Dawg Challenge on Saturday, Mar. 17. Pre-registration and tournament information can be found at www.ncwrestling.org/topdawgchallenge. Wrestling begins at 10 a.m. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded.…

Big hits are good, bounties not so much

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MICHAEL GEBELEIN Special to LTN Until Peyton Manning was released by the Indianapolis Colts on Wednesday, the airwaves were full of nothing but talk about the NFL and the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal. The first ripples from this mess are just now being felt, and even though some rules…

Results

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Baseball Lincolnton defeated East Burke 5-4 on Wednesday. Kings Mountain defeated West Lincoln 5-4 on Wednesday. Chase defeated North Lincoln 11-3 on Tuesday. Lincoln Charter defeated Gaston Christian 7-2 on Thursday. Softball Maiden defeated Lincoln Charter 7-2 on Tuesday. Morgan McGee had two hits, a double and a single, for…