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F3 raises money for Relay

DENVER – The Denver F3 (Fitness, Fellowship and Faith) Group is raising money for Relay for Life May 8 by partnering with businesses that are donating a portion of proceeds to the cause. To summarize which businesses will donate a portion of their sales... • Sports Page in Denver will… read more about F3 raises money for Relay

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Neighborly concerns

Complaints lead to arrests on drug charges LINCOLNTON – Narcotics investigators following up on tips from a Lincolnton neighborhood led to the arrest of two men on drug charges, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. “We encourage the community to continue to call the tip line,”… read more about Neighborly concerns

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Fire and ice

Winter storm hits region a week after massive brush fire DENVER – With equipment topped off with fuel and chainsaws sharpened, Fire Chief Jay Flynn said the Denver Fire Department was ready for the area’s first winter storm of the year. Flynn said the department had added extra staff for each… read more about Fire and ice

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News Briefs - Week of 2/20

SWAT team used in drug raid MAIDEN – A SWAT team and narcotics investigators raided a Kent Street home Feb. 4 and seized several grams of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and weapons, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. The home was under investigation for four months after… read more about News Briefs - Week of 2/20

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Polar plunge

Event benefits Special Olympics LINCOLNTON – Proceeds from the 2015 Polar Plunge will benefit Special Olympics North Carolina. The event begins Feb. 21 at the Betty G. Ross Recreation Center in Lincolnton. Registration costs $25 for ages 10 and older, as well as $10 for younger children.… read more about Polar plunge

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Teachable moment

Program discusses youth and social media DENVER – An upcoming social media seminar at Lincoln Charter School concerning children’s use of social media comes after a neighboring school district discovered inappropriate photos of 75 underage girls being shared among students. Pastor Aron… read more about Teachable moment

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Fire spreads five acres

DENVER – A concoction of fire, weather and the right fuels created a frightening scene Feb. 8 for residents of Deer Track Drive and business owners along N.C. 16. Officials believe that within minutes, a small brush fire became a massive blaze that burned several properties and roughly five… read more about Fire spreads five acres

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News Briefs - Week of 2/13

Woman facing embezzlement charges LINCOLNTON – The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged a Catawba woman Feb. 5 on embezzlement charges from the Denver business where she worked as a bookkeeper for six years. Donna Marie Varin, 50, of Pinnacle Drive, was charged with one felony… read more about News Briefs - Week of 2/13

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Pet Briefs - Week of 2/13

Student’s 5K promotes Trap-Neuter-Return programs HUNTERSVILLE – McKayla Wabalas, a senior at Lake Norman Charter School, has organized the Pattering Paws 5K as part of her Girl Scout Gold Award project. Wabalas hopes the inaugural event raises awareness of the humane, long-term solution to… read more about Pet Briefs - Week of 2/13