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Dr. Edwards leaving MGSD to work for Discovery Education

PRESS RELEASE Mooresville, NC — 2013 National Superintendent of the Year Dr. Mark Edwards will be leaving his position as superintendent of the Mooresville Graded School District as of this August. Edwards will be leaving public education to work as Senior Vice President, Digital Learning with Discovery Education in its Charlotte, North Carolina office. Edwards […]

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NC Governor’s race essentially tied

McCrory and Cooper are essentially in a dead heat right now in the North Carolina Governor’s race. The most recent Civitas poll had McCrory leading with 45 percent, compared to Cooper’s 40 percent. There was, however, a four percent margin of error. The RealClear Politics Average, which looks at various polls conducted, authenticates a very […]

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Sheriff’s Office looking to ID B&E suspect

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated Detectives with the Criminal Investigations unit are trying to identify a suspect in a recent Breaking and Entering of a garage on Sullivan Farm Road where the suspect stole this bicycle and rode it away from the home. If you have any information or can identify the suspect please […]

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Sheriff’s Office: Woman traded stolen gun for narcotics

PRESS RELEASE Sheriff Darren Campbell stated that on Tuesday the 26th day of January a victim on Pear Tree Rd Troutman reported a Larceny of a Firearm from his residence. The victim stated that there did not appear to be any forced entry into the residence, however he was not able to locate his 9mm […]

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Statesville man accused of shooting into an occupied dwelling

PRESS RELEASE Statesville NC: A shooting into an occupied dwelling took place on Monday June 26, 2016 at about 3:30AM at a home in the 1300 block of 5th St. The case has been under investigation since then. On Tuesday night, June 28th, 2016, Investigator Steve Cantara, who has been working on this case, obtained […]

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I-SS Nursing Administrator receives state honor

PRESS RELEASE Karen Kerley, Lead Nurse for Iredell-Statesville Schools, was recently selected as the Nurse Administrator of the Year by the professional organization, School Nurse Association of North Carolina. This award publicly recognizes school nurse administrators statewide by annually honoring one administrator who administers and coordinates quality school nursing services and health programs. Mrs. Kerley […]

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Man accused of violating protection order in courtroom

PRESS RELEASE On June 27th 2016 Chris Hudgins attended a Domestic Violence Protection Order (DVPO) hearing, where he was a Defendant in a civil action for the DVPO. Det. Sgt. Katie Harwell of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office was present at the hearing, when the victim testified that Hudgins approached her and asked her to […]

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Statesville releases July 4th holiday schedule

PRESS RELEASE Statesville City Government offices will be closed Monday, July 4, in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. There will be no garbage pick-up on that day. The revised garbage schedule for the week of July 4 – 8 is: Residential Routes: Monday routes will run Tuesday; Tuesday and Wednesday routes will run […]

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Here’s what NC voters think about VP candidates

A new poll from the Civitas Institute found 21 percent of North Carolina voters who support Hillary Clinton think she should pick Bernie Sanders as her running mate. Elizabeth Warren came-in second place with 9 percent. In third was Bill Clinton – two percent think he should be the pick. On the Republican side, 13 […]

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Record travel numbers expected for July 4th

1.8 million of us across North and South Carolina are expected to travel for this weekend’s Fourth of July holiday. AAA of the Carolinas says this is the largest travel volume on record for Independency Day. Of that 1.8 million, 84 percent are expected to drive. The increase in travel is attributed to gas prices, […]

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