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Thursday, March 3, 2005

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Report from Raleigh
This week the state House passed Senate Bill 133 entitled "Reconfirming Provisional Voting". This legislation came about because of the still unresolved election for Superintendent of Public Instruction between Democrat June Atkinson and Republican Bill Fletcher. On November 2, 2004 there were a total of 11,310 provisional ballots cast by voters outside their home precincts. These ballots are crucial to determining the winner of the Atkinson-Fletcher contest. The NC Supreme Court has ruled these ballots cannot be counted according to state law in effect when the election was held. Senate Bill 133 changes the law - retroactively to January 1, 2004, which means the contested ballots can now be counted. It also provides that in future elections anyone who is registered to vote in a given county can go to any precinct in that county on election day and request a provisional ballot. Passing this legislation retroactively is the most disturbing part of the bill, but there are also a number of other points which deserve mention. Click Here to read the rest of the information!


Pro Wrestling At The Armory
Come and be apart of some of the most extreme wrestling matches ever in one night, see SPW superstars such as The Outlaw -vs- Exodus in a Hardcore Tables Latters and Chairs All Out Brawl Match, the last time these two went at it they totally went all out Hardcore leaving Exodus pouring blood and Outlaw totally out cold through a car hood, so you can only guess how this next match will be.. Also see the SPW Light Weight Champion Scorpio -vs- "The Wild One" Eric Rampage as they settle it all for the SPW Light Weight Title. They've been through it all Hardcore, No Holds Barred, Anything Goes and now watch as they battle it out finally but this time inside the unforgiving 15 foot Brutal Steel Cage... It's The MAIN EVENT of the evening, so don't miss out.. Click Here to learn more about upcoming events!


Stanly County Online will now have weekly Food Lion Ads!
Check out the weekly specials at Food Lion by visiting www.stanlycountyonline.com. Stanly County Online has partnered with Food Lion to bring you a direct link to the weekly specials that you usually get in your local newspaper. You do not have to wait for the newspaper on Thursdays any longer, our ads are updated at midnight on Tuesdays.

Click here to check out this week's specials!


The Albemarle Downtown Development Corporation will hold the 2nd Annual Outdoorsman's Bonanza on April 2, 2005 at the Stanly County Agri-Civic Center (Hwy 24/27). More than $130,000 in prizes will be given away. All proceeds will benefit the Albemarle Downtown Development Corporation.

Early bird tickets are available until January 3, 2005. Five early bird drawings will be held at noon. These five winning ticket holders receive $1,000 each and their tickets (and all early bird tickets) go back in the drawing for the main event starting at 1pm.

For more information, visit click here.


Albemarle Parks & Recreation Trip
Travel with the Albemarle Parks & Recreation Department to the Newberry Opry House in Newberry, S.C. for a musical biography of the life of Country Queen Tammy Wynette entitled, "Stand By Your Man". Bus departs at 9:45 AM on March 17 and returns at 7:30 PM. For cost and location call 704-984-9560 ext.0 Click here to learn more.


Puppet Show
Canton Baptist Puppet Team will be performing the patriotic program "God-N-Country" Saturday, March 5, 2005 at Congregational Christian Church 1119 Carolina Ave, in Albemarle at 7:00 PM. Come out and enjoy the songs and watch "Old Glory" glow in blacklight. Click here to learn more.



 

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