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1927-1953 class reunion

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Project approval could come soon

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The largest commercial and retail project in county history could receive approval by Oct. 20 without knowledge of one big detail: What store or stores would anchor the 91-acre Bridgewater development years from now? At a mandatory public involvement meeting last week, a handful of residents and Lincoln County Planning…

Amy’s House gets $20,000 grant

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Amy’s House, a domestic violence shelter in Lincolnton, received a $20,000 grant from the Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation. “When they sent me the e-mail, I just started crying,” said Vicky Lingerfelt, executive director of the Lincoln County Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The money came at a time when it…

Community Calendar

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CLUBS, GROUPS C.R.O.P. Walk The East Lincoln Area Annual C.R.O.P. Walk will be 2 p.m. Oct. 19 at Rock Springs Campground pavilion on Campground Road in Denver. The event is sponsored by East Lincoln Christian Ministry and a portion of the donations will benefit ELCM. For more information, to volunteer…

Ocean Blvd. Band to play at Monday Alive After Five

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Ocean Blvd. Band will play downtown Lincolnton Monday as part of the Griffin Insurance Agency/Nationwide Insurance Alive After Five concert series. The event is being put on in conjunction with Cycle North Carolina, which will have 1,000 cyclists coming through town on their way from the mountains to the coast.…

Child passenger clinics held during safety week

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Several child passenger safety clinics are being held statewide in conjunction with National Child Safety Week. National Child Safety Week is a reminder for parents to “properly secure their children in a child passenger safety device,” Renee Hoffman, press secretary for the North Carolina Office of the Governor, said. National…

Denver Days growing up

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There will still be rides, vendors and food. The musical acts will continue to thrill revelers. But behind the scenes, organizers for the Denver Days Fall Festival are taking steps now to significantly change how the increasingly popular event is run in the future. From an open bidding system for…

Question of the Week

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“Should all goods and services at Denver Days Fall Festival go through an open bidding process?” Amy Burke, Denver: “I do. I think it’s a way to get better deals. I think it’s unfair [now], I think everyone needs to have an opportunity.” Chuck Geisinger, Westport: “On the surface, I…

Coming Up

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n Baseball legend: Bobby Richardson, the legendary New York Yankees’ second baseman who played from 1955 – 1966, is soon to be on deck in Denver. New Hope Baptist Church will host Richardson as its guest speaker at 6 p.m. on Oct. 4. The event is free and open to…

There’s a taste of New York at Steak Norman

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Four years ago, opening a butcher shop and deli was a far-fetched dream for friends John Meyers and Randy London. “At the time I was working on Wall Street and he was working for [Lowes Foods] in Huntersville,” Meyers said. “We both decided that it was time for a career…