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EL grad goes from homelessness to GM of Gaston restaurant

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        JENNA-LEY HARRISON Staff Writer   Nearly a year after East Lincoln graduate, wife and mother of three Heather Bowman lost her job and moved into a homeless shelter with her family, the chef is back on her feet and anticipating the upcoming opening of Trecosta’s Coffee…

Saine battles puppy mills with help from Ann McCrory

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      SARAH LOWERY Staff Writer A bill designed to crack down on puppy mills and spearheaded by N.C. Rep. Jason Saine, R-Lincoln, has also attracted the support of the state’s first lady, Ann McCrory. The two joined forces Wednesday afternoon during a press conference in Raleigh to urge…

Kenlin Academy Preschool

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Youthful habits keep grannies watching

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist The most interesting conversation I have with friends today is usually about the ways and habits of the young people. It’s enough to make me wonder how my grandmothers, who watched and responded to the youthful actions and habits of my generation, would react to today’s…

Standing up at Moral Monday

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  Standing up at   Moral Monday   I was arrested last night (June 17). So were roughly 80 others. It was a Moral Monday in Raleigh and I went because I am totally incensed that this legislature and Gov. Pat McCrory are damaging the state of NC so badly.…

Notable News

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  Russell D. Johnson, a recent graduate from Lincolnton who majored in International Studies, made the Virginia Military Institute’s second semester Dean’s List. Cadet Johnson’s parents are Rev. & Mrs. Kevin M. Johnson.…

Local student earns recognition

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Chamber ambassadors meet at the Chamber office for their June meeting

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Brian Center receives award for care

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Brian Center Health & Retirement of Lincolnton was recently presented with the “Blue Ribbon” award for overall excellence in the areas of quality of care and operational performance by the SavaSeniorCare Administrative Services. The Blue Ribbon Program is a national program designed to drive best-business practices across affiliated facilities. Awards…

Two Lincoln County students win Golden LEAF Scholarships

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The North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority recently selected Hannah Taylor Grigg and Michaela Roland as recipients of Golden LEAF Foundation Scholarships. Grigg graduated from West Lincoln High School and Roland went to North Lincoln High School. Both plan to attend Gardner-Webb University this fall. They are among the 215…