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Native American art show holds opening

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Maiden couple reflects on service

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  ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer Veteran’s Day is often viewed as a day to commemorate those who have served and are currently serving this country. With the majority of the country residing as civilians, however, the significance of this observance can be lost. For Maiden couple Tim and Tiffany Taylor,…

Around Town — 11-11-13

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MONDAY Veterans Day breakfast American Legion Post 30 will host its annual Veterans Day breakfast 8 a.m. at post headquarters, 1120 N. Aspen St. in Lincolnton. Legion members, veterans, National Guard members, active duty and reserves are all invited. Legion will host ceremonies following the 11 a.m. parade on the…

Denver Fire starts toy drive

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LTN Staff Report The community is encouraged to donate money or toys again this year for Denver Fire Department’s annual Toys for Tots drive. New and unwrapped toys may be dropped off at any of the department’s three area locations or at Toys for Tots collection boxes in the process…

Obituaries — 11-11-13

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Damon G. Helms Mrs. Damon G. Helms, widow of Rev. Albert C. Helms, of Lincolnton left her earthly home on Saturday evening, November 9, 2013 and she is now in the Presence of her Heavenly Father. A memorial service will be held 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at…

Jail gets x-ray scanner

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer Lincoln County inmates will soon undergo full-body scans inside the jail, in an effort to crack down on contraband. The local law enforcement agency recently purchased a full-body scanner — Rapiscan Secure 1,000 SP — for $10,000 using money from inmates’ canteen purchases, the Sheriff’s Office…

Saluting our veterans

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Heroes share their stories at Union Elementary breakfast JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer “I was just one of the lucky ones,” World War II Navy veteran Murphy Whisnant Jr., said. “So many others had a terrible time.” The 89-year-old Charlotte resident was one of more than 100 military veterans who signed…

Denver gas station boasts homemade links

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ELIZABETH HEFFNER Staff Writer For the past 30 years, the Triangle Food Mart has been one of the best-kept secrets in Denver. Located on North N.C. 16, it is easy to drive by the store without a second glance. A row of gas pumps stands before the modest looking building,…

Flying into Lincoln County

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OUR VIEW — Thank a veteran

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  MICHAEL GEBELEIN MANAGING EDITOR We should treat every day like Veteran’s Day. The United States’ position as one of the most wealthy and powerful nations on the planet means that, inevitably, there will always be new enemies for us. There will always be those who seek to do us…