Gastonia Gaston Gazette in Gastonia, North-Carolina
13 Dec 2012

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13 Dec 2012

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Gastonia Gaston Gazette (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Gastonia, North Carolina Give the perfect gift this season movie tickets. See break id the Gaston a a hoping the Economy gets worse Well sort of. If Gaston is counted among the states More economically troubled areas it could get big tax credits. Today in business 6a 750 a thursday december 13,2012 a a q39 the Cost for Protection by the numbers Gaston county and Bessemer City leaders remain hopeful they can reach an agreement about what the City should be paying for police service. But City officials on monday viewed a report on what it would Cost to re launch their own police department 14 years after disbanding it and they stress they have several alternatives such As partnering with another nearby City to provide Law enforcement Quot the county does no to have us hostage like they think they do a said Bessemer City manager James Inman. A Gaston county is not the Only horse in the since 1998, Bessemer City has paid $357,000 a year for the Gaston county police department to provide More comprehensive police coverage within its City limits. Beyond what unincorporated areas of the county receive for the taxes they pay the contract ensures at least two officers will be on duty in the City at All times Inman said. A a a a a a a. After reviewing the arrangement this year Gaston county manager Jan Winters said they realized their costs of providing the extra coverage Are Well above what they re being paid. Factoring in equipment upgrades and other inflation Over the years the county estimates the City should be paying As much As $ 1.1 million $357,000 what Bessemer City pays Gaston county annually for police Protection $1.1 million what Gaston county says it should be getting $858,484 what Bessemer City would need to fund its own department police dept. Amp Morris jewellers theft Riec Choice 1301 East Franklin blvd. Gastonia no 28054 704 865-4471 monday Friday 10 00am 7 00pm i saturday 10 00am 6 00pm getting real Blue Ridge realists exhibit puts local artists in spotlight by May re establish move comes after squabble Over Cost for county Law enforcement services 55� 27� for Complete weather see Page 2a Page edited by Eric beam to Call the Gazette 704-869-1700 delivery questions 704-869-1800 10339 00001 a Days obituaries Waller Ogle 62, Gloucester a. Terry Mcdaniel 55, Gastonia Mark Mason 52, Gastonia Oneida Smith 73, York . Sara skipper 85, Gastonia Roger King 63, Vale William Weathers 94, Gastonia Wilda Davis 86, Waco William Ferris jr., Cherryville Clara Lari 79, Belmont Doris Teague 79, Belmont Kenneth Graham 73, Clover . Brian Ellis 39, mount Holly Jeff Worley 53, Gastonia Sallie Sterling 64, Gastonia Margie Hutchins 86, Bessemer City Edward Jerzak or. Danny Carver 54, Shelby Rebecca Peay 88, Shelby Robert Kennedy 88, Winston Salem Raymond Bradley 66, Gastonia Autrey Vanpelt 81, Gastonia Joe Wood 82, Shelby Bennie Peden 95, Gastonia Mark Geter 40, Gastonia Judy Owens 66, Cherryville. Ben Goff the Gazette painters Gary Freeman left holding his work titled a weather change a and Scott Boyle holding october smokes a posed for a photo on wednesday. By Amanda Memrick i Gary Freeman picked up a paint Brush at age 9. Scott Boyle started to put work on Canvas when he was 8. Jack Greenfield did no to begin painting until after he retired. Gaston county artists Freeman and Boyle and Cleveland county artist Greenfield will be featured in an exhibit showcasing an artistic movement that developed in Western North Carolina in the 1970s. Notable artists like Bob Timberlake Ward Nichols Cotton Ketchie and Jack Greenfield of Kings Mountain were the first generation of artists who created Art based on Rural realism. Freeman and Boyle Are among the second generation of 10 artists who represent a school of artists called the Blue Ridge realists. Two pieces of Art from each of those 10 artists will be on display at the Hickory museum of Ait from saturday until March 10, As part of the Blue Ridge realist exhibit a historic exhibit Quot it is the most important Art exhibit about North Carolina artists that a Ever been held in this show a said Jeff Church artist want to go representative for the group. Church who lives in Gastonia has collected artwork from each of the artists featured in the show for Many years. Church helped to identify and unite the group said Kate worm of the Blue Ridge realists exhibit runs saturday through March 10 at the Hickory museum of Art in the Hickory museum of Art the arts amp science Center a a the exhibition at the Hickory of the Catawba Valley 243 museum of Art is historic because third Avenue be Hickory. Is is the first venue of the Blue an artists reception will Reff a a a a a Quot a at Hraf _ be their first exhibition because of to e place from 6-8 p.m., Hickory a location near the Foothills Friday Jan. 25, and is 0f glue mountains a open to the Public. Worm said. A the Blue Ridge realists continue the legacy of american landscape painting begun More than 150 years ago by the Hudson River school and continued by Ham founder Paul Whitener who painted passionately in the mountains in the Early 20th a see artists Page 7a by Michael Barrett a see Pouce costs Page 3a

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