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Cheer

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Lincolnton High School cheerleader Christen Behling tries to keep up the spirits of the crowd in a close, but losing game against Shelby on Feb. 19.…

Knights win first game in history

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North Lincoln earned their first baseball win in school history beating the West Lincoln Rebels 10-5 on Friday. The Knights wasted no time getting started, scoring five runs in the second inning to take a 5-3 lead through two innings of play. North Lincoln scored one run in the fourth…

Lincolnton Optimist Champs

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The fifth and sixth grade tournament champions was the Lincolnton Paint and Glass team. Top row, left to right, coach Gary Lawing, Zach Lawing, Drew Kirksy, Tyler Lawing and coach Darin Lawing. Bottom row, left to right, Damian Roberts, Charles Royster, Charlie Costner and Josh Rhodes. Contributed photo by John…

City should help Gaston College

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The Lincolnton City Council seems reluctant to honor Gaston College’s request for help with funding an expansion of the Lincoln Campus. Their reasoning, apparently, is that some bureaucrat in Raleigh told them cities aren’t supposed to help with school building projects. It’s interesting to note that when an important need…

Let`s Get Ready To Tumble

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Left, Xylie Dyer performs a front roll. Right, Noah Marsh learns how to do a head stand under the instruction of Nina Bernardo. Dyer and Marsh are involved in the YMCA tumbling class for 3-5 year old kids.…

Running With A Cause

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Relay For Life events beginning this month Relay for Life is fast approaching with several events this month and a relay at the beginning of April. For seven years the East Lincoln Relay has raised money for the American Cancer Society, expanding each year. According to Gerry Poquette, a volunteer…

Recreation Center Director Resigns, Position Still Open

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The East Lincoln Community Recreation Center is busy looking for a new director following the resignation of Keith Sherrill in late February. Sherrill was the first director of the center. He took the job of managing the facility and directing the programs before the center was completed. The facility has…

Poor weather conditions continue to delay NC16 widening

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The N.C. 16 widening project for a four-lane highway is behind schedule. The project’s first and longest phase is 5.9 miles from south of Lucia north to N.C. 73. This section of the phase will not be completed for its targeted date. “It is behind schedule due to the poor…

Obituaries – 2/27/04

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Peter Christensen CHERRYVILLE — James Peter Christensen, 49, of 307 W. Ballard St., died Feb. 22, 2004. Funeral services will be at 7 tonight at Stamey-Cherryville Funeral Home. Burial will be private. The family will receive friends from 6 until 6:45 tonight at the funeral home. Born in Niagara County,…

Medical student gets training at home-town office

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Working side by side with a doctor in a small town can teach a medical student a lot. “It’s interesting to see how the trust is built first hand between doctor and patient,” said Ben Coulter, a first year medical student at Wake Forest University. “To treat an entire person…