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SWAT team raids home, reports drug seizure

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer The Lincoln County SWAT team recently raided a Maiden residence where authorities said a convicted felon had been harboring more than a half pound of marijuana. Narcotics investigators said they’ve had 27-year-old Jarvis Lanard Miller under surveillance for more than half a year. “We made controlled…

Criminal Charges 3-9-12

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The Lincolnton Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Beverly Self Dalrymple, 54, of 372 Adams Ln. in Lincolnton was charged March 5 with one count of failure to comply. A cash bond was set. Westly Scott Heath, 23, of 4643 Rye Ct. in Iron Station was charged March 5 with…

Town employee indicted for embezzlement

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A Town of Maiden employee was recently indicted on embezzlement charges regarding stolen funds from the town’s Parks and Recreation Department last year. According to a Maiden Police Department press release, 43-year-old Dennis Rolando Ly, of 246 Golf Course Rd. in Maiden, stole $280 from his…

Caldwell, Schrum Engagement

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Cindy and Lanny Caldwell of Lincolnton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Haley Nicole Caldwell of Lincolnton to Mark Adam Schrum of Newton. Haley is a 2004 graduate of Lincolnton High School, and a 2008 graduate of Appalachian State University. She is a teacher at S. Ray…

Business Briefs

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Chillin & Grillin to host open house Chillin & Grillin, a catering company that recently relocated to Denver, will be hosting the second of two open houses on Saturday from 12-5 p.m. Owners Jaime and Deana Lyon invite the public to drop in to see their new location at 751H…

Department of Employment Security Weekly Job Listings

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Environment, Health and Safety Technician (Job #010096021) Able to wear tight respirator and lift up to 55 gallons. Need 12 months of experience handling hazardous and nonhazardous waste and knowledge of wastewater-treatment process. Will provide support to production departments, compounding, packaging, laboratories, maintenance and warehouse. Maintain wastewater-treatment systems, oil/water separation…

Coulter, Robinson Engagement

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Mr. and Mrs. William N. Coulter Sr. of Lincolnton are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, William N. Coulter Jr. to Chanita Robinson, daughter of Doctor and Mrs. Elwood Robinson of Durham. William received a Bachelor of Art degree in computer science from NCA&TSU. William is a 2007…

New law gives cops added tool if suspects flee

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Local law enforcement leaders are speaking out about a North Carolina law that went into effect late last year regarding fleeing motorists. According to the N.C. General Assembly website, Governor Purdue signed House Bill 427, also known as “Run and You’re Done,” in June. The bill…

Herman, Myers Wedding

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Leslie Victoria Herman and Andrew Hampton Myers were united in marriage on October 15, 2011 at 6 p.m. at St. Matthew’s UCC, Maiden. Rev. Ray Jachowski and Rev. Jeremy Varner officiated. The bride is the daughter of Anthony and Terri Herman of Maiden. She is the granddaughter of Ms. Leslie…

Secret Service to get look at funny money

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is set to notify federal authorities and Secret Service about an Iron Station man accused of forging more than $1,000 in currency. Deputies searched the home of Daniel Brandon Houser, 23, on Tuesday and discovered more than 20 $100 and $20…