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Bobby Costea Jr., a first-grader at Pumpkin Center Elementary School, rides the swings at the Carolina Shopping Center carnival held by Piedmont Companies. Donators of school supplies at the carnival are receiving free tickets to the rides. Joel Loftin / LTN Photo…

Around Town 7/23/2004

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CANCER SUPPORT GROUP MEETING The Lincolnton area cancer support group co-sponsored by The American Cancer Society and Lincoln Medical Center will meet Tuesday from 6 until 7:30 p.m. at the Lincoln County Senior Center, 514 S. Academy St. and is open to cancer patients, families and caregivers including all cancer…

Iraqi duties rotate local servicemen

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Trey Hyslop of Lincolnton, who serves in the first armored division of the Army, will return home from Iraq this afternoon. Contributed Photo Local serviceman Trey Hyslop’s family will meet him at the airport this afternoon. The reunion will mark his return home after 15 months overseas. Meanwhile, Jeff Wilson’s…

Look at Lincoln

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Sen. Jim Forrester chats with Doris Lail, former chairwoman of Lincoln County’s Republican Party, Tuesday night at Republican headquarters. Forrester beat Sen. R.B. Sloan in the state Senate District 41 race. Forrester, 67, of Stanley will face Democrat Rita McElwaine in the November general election. Diane Turbyfill / LTN Photo…

Around Town 7/21/2004

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FREE CONCERT The Sigmon Family will be performing at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Cup Of Grace Coffeehouse. For more information call 704-732-8000. BAKE & YARD SALE The youth at David’s Chapel Methodist Church will have a bake/yard sale from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday. Proceeds will help purchase new…

Fighting Fire

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A firefighter peers into a second floor window of a home on City View Avenue that caught fire Tuesday afternoon. The home was built in the 1950s and used as storage, a family member said. Firefighters from Lincolnton and Boger City battled the blaze. No injuries were reported. Diane Turbyfill…

Grant writers score $886K for schools

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Cleveland and Lincoln Counties have been awarded an $886,000 grant, which will help both counties improve their social studies programs. The Teaching American History Grant was awarded to the school districts by the federal government. “You really hit a home run with this one,” said Superintendent Jim Watson to the…

Paaradise Lost?

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Commissioners table proposed subdivision pending particulars County commissioners have again put the brakes on a proposed 325-lot subdivision and water-skiing community in eastern Lincoln County. Despite developer Bob MacLeod reworking his design for the Paradise Lakes project, adding another entrance and trying to keep the community educated about the plans,…

The Great Race

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Third nomination could hinge on provisional ballots Larry Craig stood outside the Republican Party headquarters Tuesday night, sometimes propping his foot up on the window ledge and peering inside. “I’ve got this in my blood,” the 40-year political veteran said, as totals were written on the wall in black marker.…

Future looks bright for Lincoln County students

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Above average results for Lincoln County Schools in Career-Technical Education testing pleased officials who believe the classes help students work toward their future careers. “We all know there’s a nursing shortage. We all know people are living longer,” said Superintendent Jim Watson. “That’s something we should be preparing our children…