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Around Town 5/26/2004

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PASOUR, PAYSOUR, PAYSEUR REUNION The Pasour, Paysour, Payseur family reunion will be held Sunday at Antioch Lutheran Church, Dallas, with a picnic dinner at 1 p.m. All descendants are invited. YOUTH GOSPEL EXPLOSION Spirit Life Praise and Worship, 1424 Wilma Sigmon Road, will host a youth gospel explosion at 7…

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LMS’s Myers named ‘Teacher of the Year’

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Lincoln County’s new Teacher of the Year walked into what she thought was a faculty meeting and left with a brand new car. Heather Myers, a Lincolnton Middle School teacher, was honored in front of her coworkers on Tuesday afternoon. “I expected her to win,” said LMS Principal Scott Carpenter.…

Around Town 5/24/2004

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AMY’S HOUSE GOLF TOURNAMENT Amy’s House Golf Tournament will be held June 16 at the Lincoln Country Club, 2052 Country Club Road. Lunch and registration will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Shotgun start at 1 p.m. Entry fee is $400 per 4 person team (includes lunch, green fees,…

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County seeks reduction in disaster risks

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Taking proactive steps to lessen the impact of natural disasters is the goal of a new plan drafted by the county. The public will have a chance to comment on the Hazard Mitigation plan at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the Commissioners Room of the James W. Warren Citizens Center. Recent…

Lingerfelts have farmed for 50 years

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Over their 50 years of farming, the Lingerfelt family has raised all kinds of crops. “We’ve grown about everything in Lincoln County that’s legal to grow,” said Wayne Lingerfelt, a farmer. The Lingerfelts have grown soy, cotton, produce, grain and rye on their west Lincoln farm. “We’re still looking for…

LCST completes playhouse

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Students from the Lincoln County School of Technology (LCST) are rushing to complete the Coalition Against Child Abuse’s playhouse, which has already been raffled off to a winner. “Each class is going to have to work as hard as we can because we don’t have a lot of time,” said…

Picnic with police

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Zachary Avery, Marissa Stoner and Ben Rayfield, second-graders at Pumpkin Center Elementary School, laugh with “Trooper Safe T. First” during Wednesday’s Adopt-a-Cop picnic at Betty G. Ross Park. Jenny Walling / LTN Photo Angie McMahan and Megan Moore from Battleground Elementary School take a trip down the inflatable slide. Jenny…

Appraisers look at Lincoln`s attic treasures

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Lucille Johnson of Vale lugged her hand-carved chair to the Cultural Center Wednesday, hoping to find out its value. Appraisers weren’t sure how much the chair was worth, but they were excited about it. “He said it made his day that I brought it in,” Johnson said. “Of course, it’s…