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Sheriff’s Office looking for Yadkin suspect

PRESS RELEASE On 04/16/2014 1230 p.m., the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a felony larceny. The business owner stated that Luke Harden Luffman w/m 30, of Liberty Church Rd. Yadkinville worked for him. The business owner stated that he noticed that there were several items missing to include a Dewalt cordless drills […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Man suspected of break-ins at golf courses

PRESS RELEASE The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating three recent Breaking, Entering and Larceny after Breaking and Entering from Mallard Head Country Club and Twin Oaks Golf Course. Detective Sergeant’s Brian Boyd and Wesley Gregory developed a suspect from a tip on Friday afternoon from a caller who provided the name of Elliott […]

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Tennessee officials: No fault in fatal bus crash

FROM PRESS RELEASE NASHVILLE –- Tennessee Highway Patrol Colonel Tracy Trott today joined members of the agency’s Critical Incident Response Team (CIRT) to announce the results of the bus crash investigation that killed eight people last October in Jefferson County. District Attorney General James Dunn of the fourth judicial district, Mayor Alan Palmieri and Sheriff […]

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Iredell County Commissioner David Boone died Sunday, April 27, 2014
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Commissioners: Boone to be remembered for fiscal responsibility

By Chris Hoke Iredell County Commissioner David Boone died Sunday morning surrounded by family in Statesville. Boone was under hospice care after recently learning he had cancer and also suffering a stroke.  Boone had lung cancer, which also resulted in a brain tumor.  His medical issues sent him to the hospital on at least two […]

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North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory and others tour an area damaged by Friday's severe weather
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Infant dies following injuries from NC tornado

PRESS RELEASE Raleigh, NC – Governor Pat McCrory toured Eastern North Carolina today to inspect damage caused by Friday’s severe weather in Beaufort, Perquimans & Chowan counties. The governor also expressed his sorrow after an 11-month-old boy died Sunday morning from injuries he sustained Friday when a tornado touched down in Chowan County. “All of North […]

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Iredell County Commissioner David Boone died Sunday, April 27, 2014
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Iredell Commissioner David Boone dies surrounded by family

By: Chris Hoke Iredell County Commissioner David Boone died Sunday morning surrounded by family in Statesville. Boone was under hospice care after recently learning he had cancer and also suffering a stroke.  Boone had lung cancer which also resulted in a brain tumor.  His medical issues sent him to the hospital on at least two […]

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Statesville man wins $3 million from lottery

PRESS RELEASE RALEIGH – James Foard Jr., a lifelong furniture maker from Statesville, is the winner of the top prize in the $120 Million Cash game, claiming a prize that will pay out $150,000 a year for 20 years until it equals $3 million. “I’ve worked hard all my life,” said Foard, 52. “I added […]

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Youth Leadership Iredell completes year of activities

PRESS RELEASE The Youth Leadership Iredell program is coordinated by the Greater Statesville Chamber of Commerce and Iredell-Statesville Schools. Through this program, students from diverse backgrounds, who have commitment to quality leadership, experience opportunities for personal growth, and increased awareness of the community and county. This program is held in partnership with North Iredell High […]

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I-SS to discuss Common Core at forums

PRESS RELEASE EdMatters, educational forums for parents, staff members, and the community, begin at South Iredell High School on Tuesday, April 29.  The district will host five EdMatters events over the next several weeks. The focus for the spring meetings is all about Common Core.  Teachers from all grade levels and all areas of the […]

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Early voting starts Thursday – see hours and locations

Early voting starts Thursday, April 24 for the May 6 primary.  You can find the locations and hours for early voting by clicking HERE (Schedule document courtesy of the Iredell County Board of Elections). Early voting is the only time individuals can vote outside their precinct.  The deadline to register to vote and change party has […]

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