It used to be election season in North Carolina was a ho-hum affair. Republicans have dominated the state in presidential elections in recent years, so much so most presidential candidates don’t bother campaigning in the Tar Heel state. Not so this year. Barack Obama has spent $5 million in N.C. while McCain has spent $1 […]
Independence extended its streak of scoring at least 40 points to six games, but that is not enough for head coach Tom Knotts. Independence beat Ardrey Kell 42-14 last night.
“It was just another game wading through and just getting to the end,” Knotts said. “They had six starters out, they are basically playing with a JV team. It should have been a whole lot better than that.”
Head Coach Mike Newsome said several times in the past few weeks he believes this is the best defense he’s had at Butler. Friday night, the Bulldogs backed up Newsome’s statements by shutting out Myers Park 31-0. Safety Nate Charest had two interceptions and senior Jacob Davis added another as the Bulldogs moved to 7-0 for the season.
Notice the bulldozers at the corner of Evans and Lawyers roads? They are clearing land for the new sidewalk which will connect Lawyers Glen with Brighton Park. The sidewalk was approved at the September 25 Board of Commissioners meeting by a 4-1 vote.
There’s still time to get some awesome BBQ at Independence High School this afternoon. The sale goes on until 6:30 tonight. Staff of the Mint Hill Times visited this afternoon and loved the Stallings Rock Store BBQ and baked beans.
[singlepic=200,320,240,,left]The temperature is dropping, and more wet weather is predicted. Fall is almost here.
In this week’s Mint Hill Times:
Adam Houston reports about a shooting incident on Rivendell Lane.
Columnist Leslie Southerland discovers her youngest child is an instigator.
Adam Houston reports the Korean War Veterans memorial is making good progress.
Health columnist Dr. Mike Richardson advises every body […]