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Obituaries 1-2-15

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Lois Propst Willis Lois Propst Willis, age 79, of 2729 Highland Drive in Lincolnton, died on Tuesday, December 30, 2014. Her funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, January 3, 2015, at Living Word Church in Maiden with Rev. Rick Haug officiating. Burial will follow in the…

NC Works Career Center – Lincoln County Job Listings

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You must currently be registered in NCWorks to be referred on any of our jobs. Go to www.ncworks.gov to register/update your information. Job listings for all of North Carolina may be accessed. Come to the NC Works Career Center-Lincoln County, 529 N Aspen St., Lincolnton or call, 704-735-8035. CREWMEMBER Job…

Business Spotlight: Andromeda Pet Care

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Business Spotlight: Andromeda Pet Care ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer For Lincoln County native James Owens, spending time and caring for animals is not just a hobby, but is his lifelong passion and livelihood. For the past six years, he has owned and operated Andromeda Pet Care Services, a 24/7 business…

Former Denver newspaper publisher announces plans to run for governor

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Staff report An East Lincoln resident has announced plans to run as a Libertarian candidate in North Carolina’s 2016 gubernatorial race. Ken Fortenberry, former publisher of the weekly news@norman newspaper, informed media outlets of his decision to run in a press release Tuesday afternoon. His political platform includes calling for…

Lincolnton girls top Knights in Peoples Bank consolation game

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Kaniya Brown scored 21 points and Saylor Whitesides added 13 to lead Lincolnton to a 60-42 win over North Lincoln in the girls consolation game of the Peoples Bank Holiday Clash on Tuesday afternoon. Mikayla Dyson and Myrical DeLacy-James scored nine points each for Lincolnton (5-4), which outscored…

Our Top Stories: Year in Review, 2014

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Editor’s Note: This year was a good one for news and this newspaper. By my count, we published roughly 1,000 stories in our print edition and on our website, more than 300 editorials and opinion columns and many excellent photographs. We stepped up our social media footprint and executed a…

Tournament champs — Winter Jam boys crown belongs to East Lincoln

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PHILLIP GARDNER Gaston Gazette DENVER — East Lincoln expected a challenge from Lake Norman Charter, and that’s what the Mustangs got. But another quick start gave the Mustangs a lead they were able to hold throughout the game on their way to a 75-63 win in the East Lincoln Winter…

Tournament champs — Wolves top Rebels for Peoples Bank boys title

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER — Even undefeated teams have things they need to work on. Lincolnton’s boys basketball team worked out some of the kinks en route to a championship. Jordon Easter scored 12 points off the bench, and Alex Rhyne added 10 as the Wolves beat West Lincoln…

Your Top Stories: Most viewed articles from the Lincoln Times-News website

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No. 1: Two brothers killed in car wreck (June 13) Brothers Joshua Gantt, 27, of Diamond Lane in Vale, and Casey Gantt, 23, of Sam Houser Road in Vale, died in a crash near Union Elementary School on June 12. Troopers said they received a call that the vehicle being…

Bandys races past West Lincoln for Peoples Bank girls title

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RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor PUMPKIN CENTER — Haleigh Lackey scored 20 points and earned Most Valuable Player honors as Bandys defeated West Lincoln 66-41 on Tuesday to win the girls championship of the Peoples Bank Holiday Clash. Anaiah Hooker added 10 points, eight rebounds and four blocks for the Trojans (11-1),…