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Lincolnton Relay for Life a success

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer “The biggest thing is not to lose hope and get scared,” Lincolnton resident Ann Herbertson said about battling cancer. After battling breast cancer more than two decades ago, resulting in a mastectomy, she felt compelled to participate in cancer-supporting events such as Relay for Life.…

Several projects on agenda for Board of Ed.

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  LTN Staff Report   The Lincoln County Board of Education will meet 6:30 p.m. Tuesday for its regular monthly meeting. On the agenda for the meeting are: James Pollard with the Lake Norman Ducks Youth Football and Cheer Association is scheduled to appear before the board. Board members will…

Lincoln County fares well at regional track meet

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Commissioners open search for new manager

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners officially got the search for a new county manager underway Thursday evening during a work session to discuss the process in more detail. Current County Manager George Wood, who has served in the position since 2008, announced on April 15…

Youths gather for prayer at courthouse

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Activity was part of church sponsored “Challenge” JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Middle and high school-aged youth from various Lincoln County churches united to pray for local and national change Thursday on the front steps of the courthouse. While vehicles and motorcycles buzzed past, students held hands and bowed their heads,…

Men charged with obtaining property under false pretenses

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A Mecklenburg County man and a Gaston County man are accused this month in two unrelated incidents of falsely obtaining property from Lincoln County businesses, the Sheriff’s Office said. Christopher Shawn Rogers, 41, of 120 Marco Place in Cherryville, took two checks Monday from Westport Body…

Work on power lines continues

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Houser appointed to conservation board

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Tommy Houser has been reappointed by Gov. Pat McCrory to serve as a member of the North Carolina Soil and Water Conservation Commission. A resident of Vale and former member of the county’s Board of Education, Houser is also currently serving a one-year term as president…

Teen gets prison time for chase

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A South Carolina man will spend at least the next 12 years behind bars for shooting at a Lincoln County patrol vehicle during a three-county, high-speed vehicular chase in November, Gaston County court officials said. Dakota Lane Sweat, 18, of Little River, S.C., received his sentence…

Brazilian company to bring 127 jobs

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SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer Lincoln County will soon be home to a second Brazilian company, bringing with it the creation of almost 130 jobs over the next three years. Borghetti Turbos has decided to locate its North American headquarters in Lincoln County, officials with the Lincoln Economic Development Association announced…