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Plans for new school move forward

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Plans for west Architects have finished preliminary designs on the new elementary school in western Lincoln County. “We look forward to all this becoming a reality,” said Superintendent Jim Watson. The architects from Martin Boal Anthony and Johnson met with Board of Education members, administrative staff and an interactive design…

Post office mural restoration sought

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Research into conserving the historic mural in the Lincolnton Post Office continues, and thanks to a federal grant and a private donation, supporters are one step closer to reviving the painting. Conservators from Parma Conservation out of Chicago were in town Saturday to assess damage to the mural, which has…

Lincoln schools take hit

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The Board of Education reviewed proposed state education budget cuts and additions and discussed their impact on the Lincoln County school system at their planning session on Friday. Board members were told that the state has proposed to cut over $11 million in funds for student accountability. “What that does…

Making contact

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Amateur radio operators Dave Bear (left) and Gene Willis take part in the American Radio Relay League’s Field Day held Saturday and Sunday at the Lincoln County Courthouse. The 24-hour event was designed to fine-tune emergency communication skills. Operators practiced under primitive conditions, using generator and battery-powered equipment and portable…

Look at Lincoln

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Jim Murphy of Dallas sent in this photo of a 41 pound catfish he caught on Lake Norman. He said the length of the fish was as long as a hoe handle. Contributed / LTN Photo…

Look at Lincoln

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Science and Technology Camp students AJ Johnson and Josh Alexander watch as a miniature rocket is launched into the air. The boys attended the camp, which was held at S. Ray Lowder Elementary, for a week. Jenny Walling / LTN Photo…

Around Town 6/25/2004

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BIBLE SCHOOL Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church, Hwy. 182, will have Vacation Bible School Sunday through Thursday from 6 until 8 p.m. each night. Classes for nursery to adult will be available. BIBLE SCHOOL Friendly Chapel Baptist Church, N.C. 150 East, Maiden, will have Vacation Bible School Sunday through Wednesday…

Seeking Shelter

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Music lovers huddled under umbrellas and awnings Thursday night while rain threatened to cancel Alive After Five. (From left) Justin Cantley, Mark Griffith and Matthew Griffith came prepared. The event started late due to the weather, but the band eventually took the stage. Diane Turbyfill / LTN Photo…

State awards city downtown grant

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The city of Lincolnton has received a Historic Preservation Fund Grant from the State Historic Preservation Office of the Department of Cultural Resources to complete a National Register Historic District nomination for downtown Lincolnton. Downtown will be the first commercial historic district in Lincoln County and will complement the two…

UDO review invited

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A new ordinance designed to streamline the city’s processes regarding new development will be available for public review during two open houses in July. The proposed Unified Development Ordinance combines the city’s zoning and subdivision ordinances and implements elements of the new Land Use Plan adopted in 2003. “The UDO…