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Michael Bell - Picture courtesy of the Mooresville Police Department

Missing Mooresville man considered at risk

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC: Mooresville Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing white male believed to be in the Mooresville area. Michael Scott Bell, 40, of Mooresville last made contact with his family around 5 p.m., Wednesday, April 19. He is believed to be risk due to recent health issues. Bell […]

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A north Iredell church door was found vandalized Easter morning.  An Sheriff's Deputy later re-painted it.  Source: Ellen Bullin Facebook

Iredell Deputy goes above-and-beyond to help after church vandalized

Members of a north Iredell church arrived Easter Sunday morning to find their property vandalized including a swastika painted on the door. But, this story is not about the vandalism, it’s about the response from the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office. A church member shared on Facebook that after taking his report, Deputy C.E. James re-pained […]

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Lake-area students winners in National Merit Scholarship program

Two lake-area students are among those announced this morning as the first group of winners in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.  These are financed by corporations and other business organizations.  Cade MacQuarrie is a Davidson resident expected to enter the astrophysics field.  That scholarship was provided by Corning.  Mooresville student Jacob Lawrence is expected […]

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Mooresville Commissioners approve contract for Town Manager

PRESS RELEASE MOORESVILLE, NC – During tonight’s Town Board meeting, the Board of Commissioners approved a contract with Dave Treme to remain on staff through December 2018 to continue with the transition plan put in place upon the retirement of former manager Erskine Smith on December 31, 2016. Also, Treme’s title will change from Interim […]

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Khali Holmes - Picture courtesy of the Iredell County Sheriff's Office

New charges issued for man accused of statutory rape

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on 03/24/2017 a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s office in reference to the statutory rape of a child. Deputies conducted an investigation which led to the suspect being charged with Statutory Rape of a Child and incarcerated at the Iredell County Detention Center. The suspect, Mr. […]

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Panthers sign Short to 5-year contract

PRESS RELEASE The Carolina Panthers have signed defensive tackle Kawann Short to a five-year contact, the team announced Monday. Short is now under contract with the Panthers through the 2021 season. The Panthers previously applied the non-exclusive franchise tag to Short in February. “KK has been very important to what we’ve been able to accomplish […]

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Award recipients honored at Mitchell's convocation - Submitted Photo

Mitchell students honored during awards program

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College students were recognized for a range of achievements during Awards Convocation held Thursday, April 13, in Shearer Hall on the Statesville Campus. Awards presented were: Club and Organization Awards Excellence in Student Leadership – Julian Smyre Early Childhood Club Award – Cheyenne Heath Matthews Outstanding Phi […]

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Statesville PD continues missing person investigation, says individual may be in Charlotte

The Statesville Police Department continues its investigation in the missing person case of Ashley Brooke Lambert Petersen. She’s described as a 33-year-old, 5’2” white female with brown hair and brown eyes weighing 125 pounds. A missing persons flyer apparently created by family or friends puts her as last seen in August. Statesville PD says indications […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Student attempted suicide at Lake Norman High School

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated On Thursday April 13th at 10:10 AM a student from Lake Norman High School was found unresponsive. The victim was first found by another student who notified school officials. The schools resource officer summoned help using his radio directing resources to the school. School Administrators worked to remove the […]

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Metal debris found in the roadway within the toll construction area - Source: Bill Russell Facebook

I-77 safety summit held in Cornelius

Community leaders and members of the public met for an I-77 safety summit in Cornelius last night. The focus was the toll lane construction zone following an increase in accidents and a review by the state. On display last night were pieces of metal debris found in the roadway. The state previously ordered various improvements […]

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