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Indy junior girls defeated the seniors 24 to18 in a Powder Puff game Wednesday night.

Photos by Ron Morris

By |November 7th, 2013|Around Town, History, Independence High School, Schools|2 Comments

Armed Forces Museum documentary wins award

Armed Forces Museum & Archives of the Carolinas Documentary Wins Award
Mint Hill, October 21, 2013 — The Armed Forces Museum & Archives of the Carolinas’ (AFMAC) documentary honoring ex-prisoners of war is the recipient of the Paul Green Multimedia award presented by The North Carolina Society of Historians.
The winning video, entitled Honoring Our Heroes -The […]

By |October 31st, 2013|Around Town, Featured Posts, Good deeds, History|0 Comments

Former Bain students now working on staff

By Michele Dotson

Whoever said “Nothing good can last forever,” certainly had never attended Bain Elementary School.

Five current members of the Bain Elementary staff are former students.  What has drawn them back to Bain to work as adults is basically the same feelings they got when they were kids.
“The closeness that we have is like an extended family,” says Administrative and Financial Secretary Dorothy Flaherty who attended Bain from Kindergarten through sixth grade.
Third grade teacher Jessica Corrigan is proud to be at Bain to continue the traditions.
“The heart of Bain is what makes it so special.  There is a feeling of love and warmth amongst the staff, parents, and students.  We have strong historical ties to the community and Bain is rooted in a long tradition of providing the best for its students. “
Academic Facilitator Kelli Drye’s mother taught at Bain when she was a student there and she remembers spending time after school with her in her classroom “teaching school.”
Although Bain has been known since its inception in 1889 as a quality educational institution, holding high expectation of its students and parents, there’s always room for some fun, too. […]

Election time draws near

Election day will soon be here, and there a few things to remember before heading out to the polls on November 5.
First, the deadline to register to vote in North Carolina is 25 days before the day of the election, so be sure that you are registered by October 11 if you plan to vote on November 5.╩
Voter registration forms are located on line and at the Mecklenburg County Board of Elections and should be received by the county board of elections office or postmarked by the deadline in order to be accepted as valid applications for the upcoming election.
Also, agency and DMV voter registration transactions that are completed by the deadline are accepted as valid for the upcoming election. Applicants will be notified by the county board of elections of their precinct and polling place assignments, or you can use the on line application to locate our polling place by searching your address. […]

By |October 3rd, 2013|Around Town, Breakiing News, History|0 Comments