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Scholarship honors Paul Rhyne

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The Arts Council of Lincoln County has set up a scholarship fund in the name of the late Paul C. Rhyne, one of the founding members of the 35-year-old organization. “We thought it was a good way to honor Paul’s name and all the good things he did for the…

Five generations

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Crime Stoppers

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His job is patrolling the shore

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Nearly 10 months after assuming lake patrol duties, Sheriff Deputy Jason Hutchinson says he’s beginning to find the footing on his new beat. “I’ve had to change my entire style of policing,” Hutchinson reflected. “It’s a totally different world when you go from dry land to a boat. It’s a…

Honoring years of service

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WINNING NIGHT

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Photos by Ron McCann – Lincoln Times-News East Lincoln senior and Navy signee Alex Newsome, who is closing in on 1,000 points for his prep career, battles Cherryville’s Phillip Johnson for a loose ball in a matchup that featured the Southern Piedmont’s top two teams. Newsome and the Mustangs had…

Community Calendar

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SCHOOLS Board meeting Lincoln County school board members meet for a public board meeting 6:30 p.m. Feb. 13 at the central office. For more information, call (704) 736-1860. Optional teacher workday Lincoln County schools will hold an optional teacher work day Feb. 18. For more information, call (704) 736-1860. SPORTS,…

Coming up…

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n Budget workshops: The Denver Fire Department will hold two budget workshops open to the public. The workshops are scheduled for 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5 and Monday, Feb. 11 at the Headquarters Station, 3956 N.C. 16 N. Kiandra Long of the East Lincoln Lady Mustangs is…

ShoreLine: County notifies developers buildings are in violation

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Developers who built the new Lowe’s shopping center in Stanley face a Feb. 8 deadline to agree to tweak how adjacent shops look or face the prospect of having permits revoked. “We’ve notified them they are in violation,” said Lincoln County Zoning Administrator Randy Hawkins, who issued letters in November…

ELPAC aims to be force in elections

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Credited with helping push a political sea change in 2006, East Lincoln Political Action Committee’s small but influential membership is again hoping to be a force in this year’s countywide elections. The largest and most active independent political group in the Lincoln County, the PAC raises funds, advertises and backs…