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Sheriff’s Office arrests 12 parents in operation “Pay-up”

PRESS RELEASE The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office conducted a county wide operation this weekend in an effort to reduce the number of active child support warrants. “Operation Pay-Up” consists of Deputies from the Sheriff’s Office working to locate and arrest defendants who have chronic unpaid child support. Sheriff, Darren Campbell said, “This round-up will bring […]

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Charges filed in Duke Energy coal ash matter

Editor’s note: The press release from the US Attorney’s Office for Western North Carolina appears first, followed by the press release from Duke Energy. PRESS RELEASE FROM THE US DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE FOR WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The United States Attorney’s Offices for the Eastern, Middle, and Western Districts of North Carolina, along […]

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Mooresville to refocus technology training efforts

Mooresville Schools are nationally recognized as a leader for technology use in the classroom.  Now seven years into the effort, the school district is making a renewed effort to make sure it’s being put to the best use.   (The focus has never been about the technology itself, but about changing the teaching and learning […]

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Mooresville commissioners talk finances at annual retreat

  It’s day two of the annual planning retreat for Mooresville Commissioners.  Spokeswoman Sellers says the board talked about finances and vision for the future.   The town has received a positive review from those who rate financial stability. (We have a growing tax base. We have a healthy reserve which is our fund balance. […]

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Engine Five A Shift received this year's "Top Dog" award from Mooresville Fire & Rescue. 
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Mooresville Fire & Rescue honors “Top Dog” crews

Mooresville Fire and Rescue has presented its Top Dog Award to an engine company and a ladder company. Deputy Chief Shane LaCount says the awards went to Engine Five, A Shift and Ladder Company Five, C Shift. The winners… (AUDIO: Shane LaCount). “Go through certain training evolutions and really perform above expectation. Attitude, commitment, the […]

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Fire damages Mooresville business

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville Fire Rescue responded to a commercial building fire on South Board Street in the Downtown Business District. MFR units arrived confirming a working fire with heavy fire and smoke conditions present. Fire crews extinguished fire and conducted an investigation of cause and origin. Fire was determined to be accidental in nature. The […]

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Closings and delays for Friday

The following closings and delays have been reported to WSIC for Friday, February 20, 2015: Catawba County Schools will operate on a three-hour delay for students and staff. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools will operate on a two-hour delay.  Staff should report at their normal time if able to travel safely. Davie County Schools will be closed. […]

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Local shelters help those in need combat the cold

Chris, both Fifth Street ministries in Statesville and the Christian Mission in Mooresville are trying to help people stay warm. This week fifth street placed gloves and hats in the neighborhood surrounding the shelter to help people battle the cold.  (Portable heaters people can use to stay warm.  They are also looking for blankets, and […]

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I-SS to remain closed Thursday, other districts on delay

Iredell-Statesville Schools will be closed Thursday, February 19, 2015 with an optional teacher workday. The Mooresville Graded School District and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will be on a two hour delay. Let everyone know about this

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Schools closed Wednesday, re-freezing expected overnight

Iredell-Statesville Schools and the Mooresville Graded School District have both announced they will be closed tomorrow. (AUDIO: Jordan-Ashley Walker).  “We really anticipate that we’ll make a big dent in our primary roads today and start on mostly…our secondary roads tomorrow. NCDOT Spokeswoman Jordan-Ashley Walker. The DOT, City of Statesville and Town of Mooresville have all […]

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