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IN-DEPTH: Candidate’s qualification challenged

On Friday, the Iredell County Board of Elections will decide whether or not to uphold a challenge filed against the candidacy of Republican Register of Deeds candidate Kimberly Harrell. Harrell thinks the challenge filed by Iredell GOP Officer Clark Tew comes from current Register of Deeds Matt McCall.  McCall says, however, that he didn’t want […]

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Iredell men facing drug charges in Lincoln County

PRESS RELEASE Denver, NC – Lincoln County Sheriff’s narcotics investigators conducting a surveillance operation observed a hand to hand exchange of drugs and money Monday night that led to the arrests of two Iredell County residents. The incident occurred in the parking lot of Walmart at 7131 Highway 73 in Denver.  Investigators followed the vehicles […]

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Mooresville librarian recognized for technology use

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville, NC — The North Carolina Technology in Education Society held its annual conference March 5-7, 2014 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Allison Long, Media Specialist of Mooresville Middle School, received the 2014 Media Specialist Technology Innovation Award. The purpose of this award is to identify, promote, and sustain excellence in collaborative and innovative […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Sex offender was at playground

PRESS RELEASE On February 12, 2014 a report was filed with the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Unit in reference to a registered sex offender being at a restricted location in Statesville. The case was assigned to Detective Sergeant Tim Edwards.  Det. Sgt. Edwards spoke with witnesses and obtain evidence from them showing the […]

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Commissioners to vote on economic development incentives

Iredell County Commissioners meet Tuesday, March 18, 2014.  You can view the agenda by clicking here.  Agenda courtesy of Iredell County.

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Statesville Police Department joins Facebook

By: Tom Anderson, Statesville Chief of Police I am happy to announce that we are launching a new departmental Facebook page in an effort to better communicate and respond to the public. I am admittedly still in the learning stages of using Facebook and plan on utilizing it more as I become proficient. Officer Zach […]

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Statesville City Council to hold public hearing on incentive

The Statesville City Council meets at 7 p.m., Monday, March 17.  You can view the complete agenda by clicking here.  Agenda document courtesy of the City of Statesville.

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Students earn NASCAR Tech scholarship money

PRESS RELEASE Students from the Iredell-Statesville Schools Career Academy & Technical School recently competed in the NASCAR Tech Scholarship Testing program held on the campus of the NASCAR Technical Institute in Mooresville.  High schools seniors from 15 schools representing several states participated in the contest.  Garrett Dean (Statesville High), Gabe Tulbert (North Iredell High), Scott […]

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From left, Paul Cook, Wells Fargo, Haley Jones, and Dr. Tim Brewer, Mitchell’s president

Journalism hopeful is MCC’s Student of the Month

PRESS RELEASE Mitchell Community College named Haley Jones as Student of the Month. Paul Cook, market president for Wells Fargo, one of the College’s annual sponsors presented the award. Jones is currently working on an associate in arts college transfer degree and will graduate in May. She plans to transfer to The University of North […]

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Power Cross holds open house/fundraiser

Statesville’s Power Cross ministry has doubled its facility space, and held a tour/fundraising event Thursday.  Here is the report from the WSIC Newsroom –   Pictures courtesy of Coach Jeff Storment

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