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MHS-Statesville game canceled over protest

The Mooresville Graded School district has postponed tonight’s high school football game due to a protest march that is scheduled downtown.  The district wrote in a statement that it would not be able to fully staff the game with the normal amount of security resources.  The current volatility in Charlotte and its close proximity, as […]

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Kook’s Headers expanding to Mooresville

Statesville’s Kook’s Custom Headers is expanding to Mooresville and will create 10 new jobs there. Iredell County Commissioners approved the company for a more than $63,000 economic development incentive at this week’s meeting. (AUDIO).  “Cook’s custom headers plans to expand into a new 17,200 square foot building in Mooresville, and will employ approximately 30 employees, […]

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Handicapped individual escapes Troutman house fire

A handicapped individual was able to escape a Winchester Drive fire before rescue crews arrived early yesterday afternoon. According to the Troutman Fire Department, the blaze was contained to the kitchen and is thought to be cooking related. The occupant got out through a bedroom window and was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation.

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Marketing study released for Statesville Airport

The City of Statesville has released a marketing study conducted for the airport. The approximately 100 page document suggests marketing efforts be targeted at corporate America through conferences, targeted advertising, a standalone website, social media and through collaboration with economic development and chamber of commerce. Facilities, financial strength of the city and county, and nearby […]

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MGSD Board to discuss gender discrimination lawsuit

The Mooresville Graded School District Board of Education is expected to meet with an attorney this morning to discuss a gender discrimination lawsuit filed by three parents. It claims high school girl’s softball players have been placed at a disadvantage since their practice facility is off campus and is shared with other teams. It also […]

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Statesville PD K9 receiving donated body armor vest

PRESS RELEASE A Statesville Police Department K9 will soon be getting some lifesaving body armor on behalf of a national nonprofit organization. Statesville Police Department K9 Edo will receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. Edo is a 2 year old Belgian […]

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Some concerned video of Clinton’s Greensboro visit was doctored

There’s a buzz online about the possibility that video showing Hillary Clinton in Greensboro last week was doctored to make the crowd appear larger. You heard Harold and Brian talk about it earlier this week. Here’s one of several YouTube accounts that presented its concerns. (AUDIO). “I don’t know where this crowd came from and […]

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Statesville PD welcomes new officers

The Statesville Police Department welcoming new officers at this week’s City Council meeting according to an e-mail from spokeswoman Nancy Davis – Phillip Henshaw and Michael Vaught were sworn in. Sergeant Michael Mitchell was promoted to Captain. Officer Marc Carmona was promoted to Sergeant. We previously told you that Captain Kenny Cornelius was promoted to […]

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LKN Chamber leaders visit Washington, DC

PRESS RELEASE Cornelius, NC September 19, 2016 – Lake Norman Chamber officials joined business leaders from the Rowan and Charlotte Chambers of Commerce as they met with Congressional officials last week at the North Carolina Business and Economic Development Summit in Washington DC. Chamber Board Chair Callan Bryan, Public Policy Chair Joshua Dobi, and president […]

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Troutman Police looks to ID B&E suspects

PRESS RELEASE The Troutman Police are looking for two suspects that stole a Dewalt 5 Tool Kit and a Porter Cable 4 Tool Kit. The two white male suspects came in through the Lumber entrance of the Troutman Lowes Hardware and grabbed the items and ran out of the store. The suspects then got into […]

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