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Browne retires from ELBA

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For the past five years, Peter Browne has been active in the East Lincoln Betterment Association (ELBA), serving as vice president and president. The owner of the UPS Store at N.C. 16/73 in Waterside Crossing, Browne recently announced his retirement from the organization that has dedicated itself to quality of…

Gettys named to Chamber position

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A Denver resident has been tapped to serve as the first Lincolnton/Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce’s membership services person. Crystal Gettys, wife of Lincoln County Schools’ facilities director Darrell Gettys, will start in her new position March 12. The decision was made by a committee who received more than 10…

Residents, county leaders talk treatment plant capacity

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(Left photo) Lincoln County manager Stan Kiser prepared to answer a question during a meeting of the East Lincoln Betterment Association in Denver. (Right photo) County commission chairman Tom Anderson (left) and public works director Steve Gilbert presented facts on the East Lincoln Sewer District. Jon Mayhew / LTN Photo…

Sports Briefs

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Sportsmanship meeting Lincolnton High School will have its spring sportsmanship meeting tomorrow at 5 p.m. in the old gym. All prospective athletes must have a parent or guardian with them. LHS Baseball Card show Saturday There will be a baseball card show Saturday, March 3 from 10 a.m. – 2…

Wolves start slow, Rebels win 4-3

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West Lincoln squeaked by Maiden 4-3 Tuesday afternoon in its season opener. Junior Jake Watts earned the win on the mound, pitching one inning, allowing one hit and striking out two batters. Benji Chit Khin suffered the loss for the Blue Devils. Watts went 2-for-3 with one RBI to lead…

Familiar face awaits Ironmen

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WINSTON-SALEM–Scott Sekal has come a long way since his pioneering days as North Lincoln High School`s first athletics director and boys basketball coach. After laying the foundation at North Lincoln, Sekal moved on to the foothills of North Carolina, and there he has revived a program that was in the…

Thank you due to Wal-Mart and its ever-alert employees

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In the past, we have never been hesitant to take Wal-Mart to task for practices we deem not in the best interest of the general populace. Conversely, when a person, people or an organization do perform a service in which benefits our community — and done so in a manner…

Duke Energy donates to 2007 United Way drive

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Tugging at the harp strings

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Bronn and Katherine Journey will fill the Lincoln Cultural Center with the music of angels this Sunday. “Everyone loves the harp,” said Rick Ramseur, president of the Lincoln County Concert Association. “That’s why they play it in heaven.” Harpist Bronn Journey and his soprano wife, Katherine Journey, will perform a…

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