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A fun time was had by all who attended the 10th anniversary celebration at The Corkscrew Wine Shoppe and Bar this past Thursday night, October 2nd! Many enjoyed the free giveaways, music, food and wine!
Check out photos of (R) Senator Jeff Tarte & (D) Latrice McRae for N.C. Senate District 41, (R) John Bradford & (D) Natasha Marcus for N.C. House District 98, (R) and (D) candidates running for Commissioner-at-Large seats & Mecklenburg County Commissioners for District 1, Jim Puckett and Leonard Richardson. The candidates gave their perspectives regarding topics, such as education, jobs, toll roads, Medicaid and the sales tax increase. Get ready for the 2014 elections!
North Mecklenburg used strong defense and a touchdown run by Corey Patton to beat rival Hopewell 6-0 in the “Shield of Victory” game on Oct. 10. It ended Hopewell’s seven-year winning streak in the series, and gave the Vikings possession of the gold-and-silver shield trophy for a year.
Many enjoyed the fun-filled, gorgeous weekend watching over 50 hot-air balloons take flight at the 41st Carolina BalloonFest at Statesville Regional Airport! Other festivities included tethered balloon rides, children's activities, food, live music and wine from North Carolina vineyards.
The Hough High football team allowed a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage, then roared back to score the next 38 points and beat Kannapolis Brown 44-20 in a MECKA 4A conference game Oct. 17. Bishop Ford led the Huskies with 173 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries. Hough improved to 3-1 in the conference and 5-3 overall.