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East Lincoln Middle School – 3rd Quarter – A/B Honor Roll

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8th Grade Adams, Marrisa Grace Ake, Jennah Anne Aldridge, Austin Levi Ammons, Avery Kaitlyn Avendano, Adamary Hernandez Barnett, Justin Lee Barry, Joseph William Benson, Joseph Tyler Blackmore, Jenet Kathryn Boles, Alston Ryan Brown, Siyana M Brule, Sean Joseph Carpenter, Brady Lawson Carter, Dylan Christman, Kyle John Clark, Christian Alexander Cobb,…

East Lincoln Middle School – 3rd Quarter – A Honor Roll

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  8th Grade Barber, Coleman Lane Barrineau, Taylor Anne Brewster, Paris Julian’na Canterbury, Rachel Elizabeth Carraher, London Madison Classey, Lilly Brown Cook, Leah Makayla Corbin, Tyler Ryan Cox, Cason Aaron Erwin, Haley Nicole Eubank, James Bryon Flannery, Dakota Blake Getten, Chloe Elizabeth Giles-Robinette, Amara Star Gilley, Logan Connor Gonzalez, Ana…

Missing woman located, arrested on heroin charge

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Staff report A Lincolnton woman who was reported missing on Friday has been located and is now facing a felony heroin charge. Michelle Lee Alpi, 26, of Timberlake Lane, was located on Monday after Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office detectives followed up leads that led them to the home of Jeffrey…

Lincoln County Sports Hall of Fame kicks off new location with grand opening

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PHIL PERRY Senior Writer The Lincoln County Sports Hall of Fame, now located in the Lincoln Cultural Center, will host a grand opening for all inductees and their families on Friday. The Hall of Fame is preparing to open its doors to the public for the viewing of county sports…

Lincolnton Food and WineFest well attended, applauded

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PHIL PERRY Senior Writer Despite high winds that kept vendors on their toes all afternoon, the first Lincolnton Food and WineFest was considered to be well attended and a tremendous success. “It went fantastic,” event chair Anita McCall said. “Our vendors sold out of almost everything and are already asking…

NC General Assembly back for short session with big agenda

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ADAM LAWSON Staff Writer State lawmakers reconvene in Raleigh today and, while a couple months ago the tiers system may have been thought to be at the forefront for the short session, a couple other issues continue to dominate the political conversation. Huntersville Republican Rep. Charles Jeter, according to the…

Around Town — 4-22-16

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Around town for April 22, 2016. SATURDAY Mission fundraiser RiverView Baptist Church will host a family yard sale beginning at 6 a.m. at 1181 Hwy. 27 West in Lincolnton. All proceeds will benefit the mission team. Country breakfast Daniels Lutheran Church, located at 3170 Reepsville Rd. in Lincolnton will host…

Compleat Rehab is a ‘results-driven’ clinic

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PHIL PERRY Senior Writer With locations in Gastonia, Charlotte, Locust and, most recently, Lincolnton and Mint Hill, Compleat Rehab and Sports Therapy has served the area for over two decades. With both adult and pediatric services, the wide range of offerings for patients of any age makes the company a…

‘Hero Day’ brings real American heroes to local stage

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PHIL PERRY Senior Writer Students from Lincoln County high schools were treated to a visit from distinguished military heroes on Wednesday. Students gathered at the auditorium of North Lincoln High School for an education in bravery, helping those in need and, ultimately, how each decision made can determine the trajectory…

Runners take on Boston Marathon

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  ADAM LAWSON Staff Writer Full-time job responsibilities, 15 combined children and a 700-mile flight didn’t deter four Stanley women from accomplishing longtime dreams this week. The foursome traveled to, and competed together in, the 120th running of the Boston Marathon on Monday. The conditions, 70’s and sunny, were a…