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Madness approaches Mint Hill

[singlepic=82,110,190,,right]The Park on Fairview will be packed with people in three weeks attending Mint Hill Madness. The festival gets going September 26 with a three-hour performance on the blue stage by variety rock band Flamingo Tribe and one-hour shows on the red stage by Lamon Studio Kids, R.J. Adams and Four Jakes.

The annual parade starts […]

By |September 4th, 2008|Madness 2008|0 Comments

In this week’s Mint Hill Times

The mall might be stalled, but Mint Hill still has a lot to celebrate.

In this week’s Mint Hill Times:

Adam Houston reports Bain Elementary will get a completely new building by 2010; this, along with the new high school means Mint Hill will have two new schools in two years.
Tim Long reports Discover Mint Hill is […]

By |September 3rd, 2008|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Madison coach: Let’s play in Atlanta

The Tallahasee Democrat reports Madison Coach Frankie Carroll tried to get Independence to move the game to a Saturday and to meet half way:
Carroll said he spoke with Independence head coach Tom Knotts about other alternatives, but Knotts told him the final decision was out of his hands. “Playing on Saturday was OK with him, […]

By |September 3rd, 2008|Independence High School, Sports|0 Comments

Ride with the MHFD on a call

The Mint Hill Fire Department made this video of what it looks like from inside the truck as they head toward a house fire. Notice the time it took them to get to the house in Ashe Plantation: a little over four minutes. That’s some serious driving.

“Mint Hill Engine 1 during emergency traffic on the […]

By |September 2nd, 2008|Town Hall, Transportation|0 Comments

Patriots cancel trip to Florida

[singlepic=80,80,160,,left]Patriot Nation won’t take the show to Florida this week because tropical storm Hanna looms in the Atlantic and threatens the Southeast. Independence was scheduled to play Madison County High, the reigning Florida 2A champion. Head coach Tom Knotts said when the trip was announced the Patriots looked forward to playing Madison County, and the team always look for a challenge.

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By |September 2nd, 2008|Independence High School, Schools, Sports|0 Comments

Softball champs honored at halftime

The 2007-08 Butler state softball champs were honored Friday at halftime of the North Meck football game. The state title is the third in a row for the Lady Bulldogs, and they won more than 50 games in a row. It’s the best run ever for a high school fast pitch softball team.

By |September 1st, 2008|Butler High School, Sports|0 Comments