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Browne retires from ELBA

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For the past five years, Peter Browne has been active in the East Lincoln Betterment Association (ELBA), serving as vice president and president. The owner of the UPS Store at N.C. 16/73 in Waterside Crossing, Browne recently announced his retirement from the organization that has dedicated itself to quality of…

Reading Rudy

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Radio station award comes as a surprise for Cheryl Burgess

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Last month, Lincolnton native Cheryl Burgess got to go up on stage, receive an award and give a speech at a glamorous event with celebrities in attendance. It was not the Golden Globes and Burgess is no actress. The occasion was Charlotte-based radio station 107.9’s Link Leading Ladies banquet and…

Congressman visits school

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Eagle scouts

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Around Town 2/26/2007

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DEMOCRATIC MEETING Democratic Party precinct meetings for Daniel Vale will be held 7 p.m. Thursday at Union VFD. Precinct meetings for Asbury, Boger City, Long Shoals, Ore Bank and Pumpkin Center will be 7 p.m. Thursday at Lincoln County Democratic headquarters. LENTEN SERVICE St. Luke’s Episcopal Church’s Lenten Service schedule…

All-star cheerleaders

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Ever-constantly serving

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(Editor’s note: Part one ran Feb. 12. The majority of that article centered upon Jerry Cochrane’s experience as a young man while in the military, and following his retirement from the military, his return home and his ever-increasing involvement in the community, especially education. The Lincoln Times-News is proud to…

Bank donates site for new LEDA office

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(Editor’s note: This article originally ran Feb. 23. However, it was inadvertently cut off, thus incomplete, which is why the LTN is re-running it.) Amidst a backdrop of rumbling truck engines, police and fire sirens and simple everyday traffic rolling down the main thoroughfare, another bold declaration in the belief…

Community reaches out to victim of fire

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Since Ralph Hull’s home on Cat Square Road burned down Valentine’s Day, local residents do not believe the outpour of support from across the county. The fire started around 4 a.m. Feb. 14 and firefighters believe it stemmed from a wood stove. Hull made it out of the home with…