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Bicycle Safety

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For a noble cause

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Adopt-a-Cop Golf Tournament

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Around Town 6/16/2006

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FRESH START The Fresh Start Widow’s Group Annual Picnic will be at 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday at Rankin Lake Picnic Area, 1750 Rankin Lake Road. There is no charge. Bring your choice of a picnic item. Drinks are provided. The event is open to all single, divorced or…

Coffee on the fly: Gotta whole latte love!

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With apologies to seminal heavy metal band Led Zeppelin, you’ll be singing strands of “Whole Lotta Love” after you sample the piping hot, delicious beverages of “Coffee Break..” Only, you’ll be modifying the lyrics just a bit. That’s because if you’re walking down the streets of downtown Lincolnton and see…

Identifying art

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Mystery surrounds the Lincoln Arts Council’s latest show. Over 30 pieces hang in the galleries at the Lincoln Cultural Center. They have one thing in common – each work is owned by the Arts Council. Beyond that, little is known about much of the art. “We don’t know how it…

Reunion

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Graduation

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Cove Keepers new watchdog group

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The water quality of Lake Norman was the topic of a recent meeting of the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation last Thursday at Queen’s Landing in Mooresville. The meeting was to discuss, organize, and train a new community watch group, the Lake Norman Cove Watchers. The group, which is a sub-group of…

Will future N.C. 73 shopping center project snuff Riverwalk apartment expansion?

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A potential battle is brewing in Denver that has the makings of David versus Goliath. Substitute Riverwalk Apartments for David and Aston Properties for Goliath. Plans for a new 86,991-square-foot shopping center next to the site of the proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter on N.C. 73 may stand in the way of…