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Snack food maker to expand, add 15 jobs

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  SARAH LOWERY   Staff Writer   RW Garcia, a producer of tortilla chips and corn-based snack items, will soon begin work to expand its facility in the Lincoln County Industrial Park, resulting in the creation of at least 15 new jobs. An incentive grant agreement detailing the expansion received…

13th Anniversary

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Wilbert Riley Mullins and Vicki Sue Moore Mullins are celebrating their 18th year of loving each other and their 13th year of matrimony. Although Vicki and Wil live in California they have bought a homesite in Catawba. The home is designed and the move is ready. Wil and Vicki spend…

Notable news — 7/18/12

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King picked for N.C. Homecoming Queen Chasity Faith King, daughter of Ronnie and Alisha King of Vale, has been selected North Carolina’s Homecoming Queen. She is the West Lincoln High School Homecoming Queen. Chasity will represent the state of North Carolina at the 32nd Annual America’s Homecoming Queen Selection to…

Pa-Paw Patch preschool graduation

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Graduation for the Pa-Paw Patch’s 2012 preschool class took place on May 19 at Plateau United Methodist Church in Vale. Graduates are pictured (left to right): Travis Parker, Cade Bolick, Bryson Sigmon, Cailey Capps, Heidi Heavner, Adrianna Romero and Clintaya Tipps. Image courtesy of…

Reading tidal wave

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Chase Costner, Mason McConnell, Karsen Leaonhardt join Union Elementary principal Mrs. Houser. They worked together on a recent book drive for the younger students. Image courtesy of…

Delta Kappa Gamma awards

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The Delta Sigma Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International recently gave out monetary awards to three recipients involved in education (seen above): Abby Parker, a senior at Lincolnton High School, received a scholarship to pursue a degree in education. Betsy Rinehardt, a teacher at Love Memorial Elementary School,…

Drawing winner

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Sandy Smith of The Tannery was the winner of the pink ribbon quilt, a chance drawing item for Team Soaring Eagles for Relay for Life. She is pictured here with Myrtle Mitchell, a survivor who made and donated the quilt, and Annette Crouse, a survivor and Relay team captain. Image…

Paralysis feared after diving injury to Lincolnton firefighter

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer A Facebook page for a recently injured city firefighter has received more than 1,600 “Likes” since family members established the page for him this week following his fateful dive into an area lake. Adam Dancoff, 21, of Lincolnton, had been boating with friends around 6 p.m.…

Around Town — 7/18/12

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VBS Pisgah United Methodist Church, 2582 Gastonia Hwy. in Lincolnton, will host “Operation Overboard” vacation Bible school 6-8:30 p.m. nightly Wednesday and Thursday. Supper will be served each night. For more information, call (704) 732-0538 or visit pisgah-umc.org. VBS Amity Baptist Church, 881 Amity Ch. Rd. in the township of…

Tractor pull to honor late Barry Houser

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JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer This weekend marks the second year for The Shelby Southern Thunder National Truck and Tractor Pull, being held this year in memory of former Vale resident and veteran of the sport Barry Houser. Barry and his daughter Coty, now 24, were in the inaugural event’s planning…