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Sheriff’s Office finds moonshine & marijuana operation

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on May 12th, 2012 members of the Iredell County Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Team received info about a person possibly selling homemade liquor and Marijuana. The ACE team is a unit designated by Sheriff to respond to and investigate crimes impacting local communities. The ACE team acting on the […]

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FALLEN POLICE OFFICERS ARE REMEMBERED

Two Mooresville Police Officers are among those who made the four-hundred mile trek from Charlotte to Washington, DC for the annual memorial of fallen officers. (AUDIO).“The fundraiser based out of CMPD for officers , family for officers that have been killed in the line of duty, and also needed families of Police Officers.” Officer Tim […]

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Special Olympics athletes compete at Statesville High School

Special Olympics athletes from all over Iredell County are at Statesville High School today for the annual Spring Games. Sharon Turner is a teacher at South Iredell High School and says the long jump, ball throw, and wheel chair race are among the events athletes will compete in. (AUDIO).“They need this opportunity to show that […]

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I-SS upgrading HVAC controls with Energy United loan

The Iredell-Statesville Schools Board of Education approved borrowing nearly four-hundred thousand from Energy United for upgrading HVAC controls this week. Assistant Superintendent Doctor Kenny Miller says the loan will mean upgrades for NB Mills, West Iredell Middle and Troutman Elementary, allowing the heating and ac units to be controlled via computer. Iredell-Statesville has done similar […]

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Children’s Hope Alliance Fundraiser nets over $600K

  Children’s Hope Alliance raised more than six hundred thousand at its annual fundraiser luncheon held at the Cove Church in Mooresville yesterday. Barium Springs Home for Children in Iredell County is among the facilities operated by the organization. Director of Development Jill Gibson tells WSIC that this is their only fundraiser for the year. […]

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From the Sheriff’s Office: Stolen guns sold, marijuana grow operation discovered

Suspect accused of selling stolen guns PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on April 21st, the Sheriff’s Office received a call from a resident to report a breaking and entering and larceny of guns from his residence. The victim advised responding officers he had recovered one of the guns before they arrived and advised who […]

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Mooresville based Lowe’s expanding reach in Canada

FROM PRESS RELEASE TORONTO – Lowe’s Canada announced today it has reached agreement to acquire the leases of 13 former Target Canada locations and to purchase Target’s Milton, Ontario distribution centre for a total purchase price of approximately C$151 million. This acquisition came as part of a real estate auction following Target’s decision to cease […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Wanted suspect arrested after filing false report

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell states that on May 8, 2015 at 4:43pm the dispatch center received a 911 call from Mr. Stephen Todd Lipe at 250 Clontz Hill Road reporting a Breaking and Entering. Mr. Lipe reported that someone had thrown a brick through his back door and removed two handguns, 120 oxycodones and […]

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Emergency agencies practice during Lake Norman drill

  Local emergency personnel practiced what to do in the event of a large-scale Lake Norman fire Saturday. More than ten agencies took part in a scenario that simulated a fire with thirty people on the Lady of the Lake. Deputy Darren Hill with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office describes the training as a success. […]

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‘Joy Prom’ held for those with special needs

  Special needs individuals enjoyed an evening on the red carpet at Joy Prom, held Saturday at Western Avenue Baptist Church in Statesville. (AUDIO).“Western Avenue has a Ministry for the special needs folks at our church. And I think this idea has kind of grown coming from the Charlotte area and we wanted to bring […]

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