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Lake Norman Marine Commission OKs pipeline work under the lake

Posted at 11:00am on Jul. 24, 2014

Work will begin soon to replace a section of natural gas pipeline – including a pipeline that crosses under Lake Norman – along a road between Mooresville and Troutman.

Southern accent: Katy Perry, Emily Dickinson compete for memory space

Posted at 1:59pm on Jul. 22, 2014

Part of my educational philosophy is that atmosphere is crucial. What we read, watch and listen to will become the gallery of our minds. Now Pandora is gumming up the works.

Lake Norman Charter rising senior shares love of lacrosse with family

Posted at 2:32pm on Jul. 21, 2014

Allison Bock, 16, represented Cornelius at a national lacrosse tournament this year, where her team had three wins, one loss and one tie.

Bob Park of Concord still winning races at 73

Posted at 9:02am on Jul. 16, 2014

Throughout Bob Park’s racing career, the Concord resident was known for his accomplishments in the lightweight, powerful modifieds, but this year the 73-year-old driver has shown he can pilot cars with fenders just as well.

Changes to Cornelius’ landscape explained

Posted at 9:09am on Jul. 16, 2014

Demolition happening in Magnolia Plaza to prepare for a ‘facelift,” Cornelius planning director says, and construction at Exit 28 should be finished by November.

Public hearing on proposed water quality standards set for July 16 in Statesville

Posted at 1:22pm on Jul. 10, 2014

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Massage therapist objects to ‘sexiest’ category

Posted at 2:13pm on Jul. 7, 2014

Cornelius licensed massage therapist says movoto.com ‘sexiest suburbs’ rankings confuse her profession with a much older one, as represented by shady ‘massage parlors.’

10th Big Day at Lake held this week

Posted at 10:06am on Jul. 11, 2014

When Cornelius businessman Dave Yochum came up with Big Day at the Lake, his idea was to give some underprivileged children a day of swimming and boating on Lake Norman.

Lake Norman is stocked with hardier hybrid striped bass

Posted at 11:39am on Jul. 2, 2014

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission stocked 162,500 fingerling hybrid striped bass in Lake Norman on June 23. This is the second year that hybrids, rather than striped bass, have been stocked by the state.

Grass carp help keep hydrilla under control on LKN

Posted at 11:19am on Jun. 26, 2014

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