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National Night Out in downtown Mooresville - Picture courtesy of the Mooresville Police Department (Facebook)

Communities celebrate National Night Out

Communities from Charlotte to Taylorsville and beyond celebrated National Night out yesterday evening – that audio from the celebration in Alexander County, courtesy of the Sheriff’s Office. There was live music, door prizes and other set-ups. The annual program is aimed at taking a stand against crime and increasing the partnership between law enforcement and […]

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Sheldon Candis (L) and members of the Dunbar High School boy's basketball team - Submitted Photos

NIHS grad directs new ESPN Films documentary

A North Iredell High School grad is one of two Directors who led the production of a new ESPN Films documentary, “Baltimore Boys.” Sheldon Candis and his partner follow the story of four boys who rose above the challenges of Baltimore’s troubled East side in the 1970s to join the ranks of the NBA. That group […]

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Daniel Taylor - Picture courtesy of Iredell County

New Iredell County Athletic Director starts Wednesday

PRESS RELEASE Iredell County is excited to announce the hiring of a new Athletic Director. Daniel Taylor will be joining Parks and Recreation on July 26th. Daniel will be responsible for managing the Athletic Division of Iredell County Parks and Recreation, which includes but is not limited to, baseball, soccer, cheer, and self-defense. Daniel is […]

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Captain Randy Cass (right) looks on during an activity at one of the earlier teen academies - Source: Iredell County Sheriff Facebook

Iredell County Sheriff’s Office launches next teen academy

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office launched its next teen academy last night. (AUDIO: Please listen to the report above to hear this quote). Captain Randy Cass on this morning’s “The Good, The Bad and The Guilty.” The program teaches young people about various operations of the agency. Room is still available in the current program […]

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Candidate filing slows for local elections

Candidate filings for Statesville Mayor and City Council have plateaued following heavy interest early on. As of late Friday morning, nine people were filed to run for two at-large seats on the council. Three are filed to run for Mayor and each City Council ward has two candidates with the exception of ward two where […]

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Dr. Douglas Eason - Picture courtesy of Mitchell Community College

Longtime MCC President Dr. Douglas Eason passes away

PRESS RELEASE Dr. Douglas O. Eason, Mitchell Community College’s President Emeritus, passed away today following a long illness. He was 77. Eason served as the 22nd president of Mitchell, beginning his tenure in July 1990. He quickly set to work affirming an ambitious vision for improving the college upon his arrival, and over time the […]

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Iredell names new Emergency Management Coordinator

PRESS RELEASE It is my pleasure to announce that Jody Smyre has been named to replace retiring Paul Webster (after 30 years) as the Emergency Management Coordinator for Iredell County. Mr. Smyre has been employed with Iredell County since 1998 and currently serves as a Shift Supervisor for Iredell County EMS. He is certified through […]

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Home sales down in Statesville

Closed home sales dropped nearly nineteen percent in Statesville last month. There were sixty-six closings compared to eighty-one the year before according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. The median price rose two percent to more than $140,000. Iredell County sales overall were down nearly seven percent. The median price up more than ten percent […]

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Iredell Register of Deeds expects to exceed $4 million in gross revenue this week

PRESS RELEASE Iredell County Register of Deeds Ronald N. Wyatt announces that the Register of Deeds office will soon exceed 4 million dollars in gross revenue for the first time since the fiscal year July 1, 2007 thru June 30, 2008, which collected $4,073,863.80. This was also the beginning of the recession that hit America […]

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Mitchell Community College pins 2017 nursing class

FROM PRESS RELEASE Statesville, NC – Mitchell Community College’s Holbrook-Huskins Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program held a pinning ceremony on Wednesday, May 17 honoring the following graduating students: Graduates Brittany Fulp Adams (Statesville) Rebecca Ann Ammons (Mooresville) Anne Auten Baker (Advance) Jessica Bost Bodie (Statesville) Paula Brooks (Mooresville) Kyle Brown (Statesville) Danae Michelle Buck (Mooresville) […]

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