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Handmade gifts go on display at Cultural Center

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Wolves, Mustangs advance; will meet next week

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LINCOLN TIMES-NEWS Darian Roseboro had 116 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries, Tarus Dameron rushed for 104 yards and a score, and Lincolnton’s defense stepped it up in the second half as it downed Monroe Parkwood 28-12 Friday to advance to the third round of the NCHSAA state 2AA…

Woman found responsible for 2013 death

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer A civil judgment in Superior Court on Nov. 3 found a Vale woman responsible for the death of her boyfriend following a domestic dispute on March 29, 2013. A jury found the death of Justin Garrett Smith, age 20 at time of death and formerly of…

Stanley woman arrested for prescription fraud

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STAFF REPORT A Stanley woman was arrested and placed in the Lincoln County jail in connection with an on-going investigation into prescription medication fraud. Triesa Jane White, 31, of 15420 Lucia River Bend Highway, Stanley, was arrested Nov. 17 on warrants for trafficking opiate, conspiring to traffic opiate, possession with…

Inmates cost Lincoln County taxpayers nearly $61 per day

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ANNIE BLACKBURN Staff Writer Inmates in the Harven A. Crouse Detention Center cost the taxpayers of Lincoln County an estimated $60.95 a day per inmate, according to Karen Doolittle, financial manager for the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. According to documents provided by Doolittle, the 2014 daily estimate for inmates in…

’Tis the Christmas season

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East Burke to propose joining SD-7

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PAUL SCHENKEL Morganton News Herald MORGANTON — Representatives from both East Burke and Valdese Draughn high schools will be present at the NCHSAA winter board of directors meeting on Dec. 3 in Chapel Hill, and each will make a proposal to leave the South Mountain 2A/3A Conference. Principal Phil Smith…

Klein, Robinson leaving Board of Commissioners

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer For James Klein, his desire to participate in Lincoln County government began nearly a decade ago, while driving deliveries along N.C. 16 Business. “I started thinking, ‘What is Denver going to become in 20, 40, 50 years?’” Klein said. It was that inquisitive nature that prompted…

Home-field advantage

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Mustangs haven’t lost at home in over 3 years RYAN HERMAN Sports Editor East Lincoln is making things look easy these days, especially when it plays at home. The top-ranked and No. 1-seeded Mustangs host ninth-seeded Rutherfordton-Spindale Central at 7:30 tonight looking to run its home winning streak to 30…

Obituaries — 11-21-14

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James Wesley Kinley Sr. James Wesley Kinley Sr., 71, DOB January 6, 1943. A resident at Port Charlotte Rehabilitation Center for nine years. He was called up to Heaven on Tuesday evening around 6 p.m. He fought long and hard for 9½ years, he never gave up he wanted to…