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Effort to help seek Alzheimer’s disease cure

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AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer After seeing her grandfather suffer from Alzheimer’s and after his unexpected death earlier this year, 17-year-old Lincoln Charter student Mary Canipe felt inspired to do something. That something would draw awareness to the disease and (she hopes) help prevent others from going through what she and…

St. Matthews’ congregation gets gussied up for 175th milestone

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer One Lincoln County church recently celebrated its 175th anniversary with congregation members dressing in 1800s garb during a service. St. Matthews United Church of Christ, located on Maiden Highway in Maiden, commenced as a “meeting house” in 1837, according to church history documents, but board of…

Drug suspect roundup continues

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Raid targets street-level dealer suspects JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Deputies have rounded up roughly 40 area street-level drug trafficking suspects since Operation “Route 66” commenced Wednesday morning across Lincoln County. The fourth and largest round-up in county history had suspects pouring into the magistrate’s office throughout the day on charges…

School board threatens to censure Houser

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Use of private records by campaign draws scrutiny FRANK TAYLOR Lincoln Times-News A Lincoln County Board of Education member is set to face voters on Election Day while still under the threat of censure from fellow board members. Following allegations that board member Tommy Houser improperly used school employee personnel…

Community unites against racist vandalism

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Area residents told the Times-News Thursday that they were offended and outraged after vandals spray-painted a racial slur earlier this week on a power supply box for a railroad arm grade crossing on Carolina Mill Circle in Lincolnton. Due to the offensiveness of the words written,…

Jenkins unopposed for Board of Education District 4

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LTN Staff reports The Lincoln Times-News has surveyed candidates for federal, state and local offices this fall, publishing their answers to a range of questions on important issues. Today’s edition provides a final set of responses from the candidate for the Lincoln County Board of Education District 4 seat. Tony…

Partnership plans Vale ‘Spooktacular’ event

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AMANDA SEBASTIANO Staff Writer In hopes of drawing awareness to the importance of the first 2,000 days of a child’s life, while getting area residents in the Halloween spirit, the Partnership for Children of Lincoln and Gaston counties will host its fourth Family Spooktacular this weekend. Last year, about 2,000…

Wanted: Great recipes

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Times-News staff report It’s that time of year again. The Lincoln Times-News is accepting entries for its annual recipe contest and a few submissions have already been received. However, the deadline is fast approaching and the newspaper wishes to extend a warm invitation for all the talented chefs in our…

Sheriff’s roundup targets 66 indicted drug suspects

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  JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office unveiled its fourth and largest drug roundup in county history this morning following an indictment of more than 60 suspected drug dealers earlier this month. Arrests are expected to be continuing as the Times-News goes to press. While the…

Campaign may have broken state law with mailing

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  Special session of Board of Education set for Thursday FRANK TAYLOR Managing Editor A local political campaign may have violated state law by mailing a letter to the home addresses of Lincoln County Schools employees. A special session of the Lincoln County Board of Education has been set for…