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Lake Norman News: Sunday

At a public hearing May 18 on Statesville's proposed budget, the City Council debated who should pay for a police officer at the Iredell-Statesville Schools' alternative school: the city or the county.

Natalie Tucker has been coaching softball at Concord High School since 1994. That puts her near the top of the list of longest-tenured coaches in Cabarrus County – those who have coached the same sport at the same school for consecutive years.

At certain times of the year, fishing the banks of Lake Norman can be quite productive, with or without a boat.

Six-year-old Olivia Reilly, a rising first-grader at Grace Covenant Academy, recently had a fairy-themed birthday party at Latta Plantation.

As the spring sports season ends, many teams in the North Neighbors area have shown they're among the state's best.

Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics hosted 10 sports professionals from Serbia on Tuesday as part of the Community Connections Program, an international outreach initiative organized by the International House of Charlotte.

People in military service sacrifice a lot for our country, and their mutual sacrifice creates a lifelong bond among them.

Santa Claus is coming to the Cornelius Fire Department.

Former execs launch savings Web site

I'm not saying flying saucers don't exist, or that people who believe in alien life forms are crazy. I try to remain open-minded. I just didn't know so many people were interested in the subject.

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