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Contact intensive surveillance officers Ted Overcash at (704) 732-2229 or David Carpenter at (704) 732-4784 if you have uinformation on the following criminal suspects. Michael Anthony Alvarez Wanted by the North Carolina Department of Correction for felony breaking or entering and felony possession of stolen goods. Male, born 2/10/89 Eyes,…

Woman faces charges of embezzling $15,400

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One person is charged in connection with the embezzlement of more than $15,000 from a Crouse business. Rhonda Faye Rodgers Reid, 49, Connelly Springs, was charged with felony embezzlement of $15,400 over a period of nine months, said Det. Don Mauldin of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department. Mauldin says that…

Around Town 2/1/2008

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PUBLIC HEARING The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners and Planning Board will hold a joint meeting and public hearing at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the Commissioners Room on the third floor of the James W. Warren Citizens Center, 115. W. Main St. The public hearing will consider a request to…

Woman charged in hit, run

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One local woman has been charged in an accident that killed a pedestrian Wednesday morning. Gracie Nicole White, 24, Vale, was charged with felony hit-and-run and driving with a revoked license, the North Carolina Highway Patrol said. Around 1:25 a.m., White struck Jimmy Cornell Robinson, 49, Claremont, who was traveling…

Helping Hands celebrates fifth anniversary

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Dr. John T. Warlick III was honored with the Dr. Leary Reid Achievement Award for his service to the clinic. Chris Dean / LTN Photo Susie Burgess was named the Helping Hands Volunteer of the Year at a banquet held Thursday night, which also celebrated the clinic’s fifth anniversary. Chris…

‘Credit Cents’ teaches economics

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Carolina Cooperative Extension will offer Lincoln County residents the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of credit, debt and identity theft. The Credit Cents seminar is designed to give people some of the tools they need to fix financial woes and get back on track. “This is a four-part…

New LEDA building

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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…

ShoreLine: Design firm grows after meager start

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Husband and wife Ray and Julia Campbell have always shared a love for design. He designs the buildings, she decorates them. In 1998, Ray began his business, Campbell Design, a company specializing in commercial architecture and interior designs, with one client. “We moved our business from Conover to Denver because…