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Renovations to boost safety at technology school

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The Lincoln County School of Technology will be safer for students following a renovation that will take place during winter break. The school’s woodworking shop does not meet the state’s recommendation of being between 2,500 to 3,000 square feet. Instead, it is around 500 square feet. The students also do…

Talon Challenge in spirit of Jimmy V

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DENVER — “Don’t give up. Don’t ever give up.” Those infamous words were spoke by the late Jim Valvano, a former NC State coach who lived his dream and coached the Wolfpack to a 1983 NCAA basketball championship title. Cancer affects us all but rival charter schools, Thomas Jefferson Classical…

Around Town 12/16/2009

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COAT/SWEATER DRIVE SAM Outreach and El Shaddai Full Gospel Church are accepting donations for their coat and sweater drive from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. New or lightly used clothing may be dropped off from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today through Friday at SAM’S Outreach, located at 114-B…

50th anniversary

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Louis and Barbara McConnell of Lincolnton celebrated their 50th anniversary Oct. 18 at Boger City Baptist Church. They are the parents of Julie Spake of Lincolnton and the late Todd McConnell and wife Darlene. Grandchildren are Lauren Putnam and her husband Bradley and Andrea McConnell. Great-grandchild is Kirsten Leigh Putnam.…

50th anniversary

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Mr. and Mrs. Burgin W. Goodson of Maiden celebrated their 50th anniversary Nov. 25. They are the parents of Kermit and Diane Goodson of Maiden and Yvonne Cromer of Lincolnton. Grandchildren are John Comer III, Linda C. Goodson, Laura Cromer, Emily Walmsley and Amy Hauck. Great-grandchildren are Matthew Goodson, Daniel…

Donations aid Christian Ministry

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Christian Ministry of Lincoln County is in the midst of its Christmas fundraising drive. The ministry provides emergency services to those in need. It also has a soup kitchen, a home meals delivery service and a nursing home ministry. The following donations have been made: n Boger City United Methodist…

Students brave cold weather to fight cancer

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Lincoln Charter School Students participated in the Talon Challenge “game ball run” for several reasons. Victoria Morgan, a sophomore, did it for her grandmother and grandfather, who died of lung and liver cancers, and her other grandmother, a breast cancer survivor. Sophomore Elena Fea, a member of the cross country…

Donations boost Christmas Closet effort

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Families will get a chance to shop for free holiday gifts at Westport Baptist Church’s second annual Christmas Closet Saturday. Donations have been pouring in steadily for this year’s Christmas closet, which was also held last Saturday. The Denver church uses a separate building for the event, filling each room…

Healthy seafood draws Captain’s Cap customers

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The Captain’s Cap co-owner Spero Stathopoulos believes fresh seafood recipes have kept him and his business partners afloat for almost 28 years. Although the restaurant offers traditional fried seafood, it carries boiled, broiled and grilled items, which are healthier for customers that may be on a diet or simply watching…