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Around Town — 2-27-15

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TODAY Fish fry The Holy Spirit Catholic Church Knights of Columbus, located at 537 Highway 16 North in Denver, will be hosting an annual fish fry to benefit the East Lincoln Relay for Life team. The group will be serving fried fish, baked fish, french fries, salad, drinks and desserts…

Free agricultural seminar offered

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Staff report The Small Business Center at Gaston College and the Agricultural Services Division of the NC Department of Commerce are offering a seminar on farm management compliance best practices on March 4 at the Lincolnton campus of Gaston College. The event will start with registration and welcome from 1-1:30…

Times-News wins NCPA awards

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Staff report The Lincoln Times-News won six awards at the North Carolina Press Association’s annual News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest and Advertising Contest awards ceremony in Chapel Hill on Thursday. Managing editor Michael Gebelein received a third place award for editorial writing for a collection of editorials in the category…

Criminal Charges — 2-27-15

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests: Keith Zane Byers, 60, of 1379 Depot St. in Iron Station was charged Feb. 24 with one count of contributing to the delinquency and neglect by parents or other. A $1,000 secured bond was set. Phillip Zachary Sisk, 26, of 184…

Battle over solar farm not finished

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MICHAEL GEBELEIN Managing Editor Lincoln County’s Board of Commissioners will soon have to revisit its 2013 vote against a rezoning application for a solar panel farm in Denver. The owners of the land where the proposed 36-acre solar farm would be built by Strata Solar on Webbs Road — Gary,…

Lincolnton gun dealer breaks ‘silence’ about misconceptions

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer Like most gun enthusiasts, Jeremy Kupper’s passion for weaponry was nurtured as a young child. His father taught him the basics about safety, fundamental gun care and operation. “It all started with pellet guns and grew from there,” said Kupper. “We would set up paper targets…

DOT attacks county roads during storm

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PHIL PERRY Staff Writer For the second time in two weeks, Gov. Pat McCrory activated the State Emergency Response Team in response to the statewide winter storm that temporarily crippled roadways over the last 48 hours. On Wednesday, a state of emergency was declared for North Carolina. “The State Emergency…

Observatory open twice in March

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Staff report The Lucile Miller Observatory will be open March 6 and March 20 from 7-11 p.m. for public observing. The site is located on the campus of Maiden Middle School in Maiden. These are free events for all ages and all interests are welcome, with no reservations needed. The…

Another snow day

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