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Didn’t get a chance to attend the new Mint Hill high school boundary meetings?

Here’s a link to the minutes of the first Mint Hill high school boundary meeting at Independence High School last week.

By |April 3rd, 2009|Schools|0 Comments

Matthews home invasion case dropped

WSOC TV is reporting the home invasion incident last week where a Matthews resident on Springwater Road claimed he was held up at gun point and robbed of $25,000 my not have happened.
“There were a number of holes in the story we couldn’t explain,” said Officer Stason Tyrrell.

By |April 3rd, 2009|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Queen’s Grant third graders hold economics fair

Students at Queen’s Grant Community Charter School got a taste of what it’s like to run a business Thursday as the school held its annual Third Grade Economics Fair. Each student designed their own business, along with a business plan, and set up a booth in the gymnasium. Products included popcorn, brownies, snow cones, tattoos […]

By |April 3rd, 2009|Schools|0 Comments

Butler High School Teaching Fellows and alternates announced

The following Butler High School Students were awarded Teaching Fellow Scholarships: Anastasia Nicole DeWolfe (Alt), William Tyler Jones, Megan Marie Kasper, Sarah Rose Kasper (Alt), Carrie Gabrielle Roth and Amanda Courtney Tant.  Jasmine Hunter of Independence High School was also selected. In all, 30 students from CMS either received the award or were selected as […]

By |April 3rd, 2009|Butler High School|0 Comments

Myrick wants alternative to current budget

US Representative Sue Myrick (NC-09) released the following statement today’s vote on the Fiscal Year 2010 budget:

“How is increasing taxes by $1.5 trillion over ten years, increasing discretionary spending by 8.6 percent, and bringing our total national debt to $17.1 trillion considered a responsible thing to do in this economy? I voted for a […]

By |April 3rd, 2009|Washington|0 Comments