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In tragic time, she turned to yoga

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Some people use tragedy as an excuse to self-destruct. But when Kelly Carver, an Iron Station yoga teacher, was faced with tragedy, she found a reason for self improvement. “I actually got into yoga when my mother passed in 2000,” Carver said. “It left a big giant hole when she…

50th anniversary

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Raymond and Marie Monte of Crouse celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Nov. 9 in Las Vegas. The couple met on a blind date in August of 1957 in Brooklyn, N.Y. and was married three months later. He is retired from a foreign car parts business, and she is retired from…

Radio stars visit school for reading

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Battleground Elementary’s “Leaders are Readers” program featured Ace and T.J. of Kiss 95.1 Thursday. Battleground has promoted the “Leaders are Readers” program in conjunction with National Children’s Book Week for about 10 years. Tina Rash’s self-contained class of exceptional children, Nicole Dobbins’ third-grade class and Kendra McGinnis’ first-grade class heard…

Donation drive

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Teens volunteer

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Six in running to be county manager

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Down from nearly two dozen applicants, county commissioners have narrowed to six their list of candidates who could be Lincoln’s next county manager. Chairman Tom Anderson said Thursday that commissioners will hold what will likely be a series of closed-door meetings with each of the six candidates in coming weeks…

Tallent to end 30-year career with Lincoln County Schools

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Lincoln County Schools announced Wednesday that Dr. Phyllis Tallent, assistant superintendent of support services, will retire January 31, 2008. “Dr. Tallent has left a tremendous legacy in Lincoln County in striving towards excellence in all of her encounters,” Dr. David Martin, Lincoln County Schools superintendent, said. “… She has touched…

Car of the year

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Learning about health

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School clubs help Christian Ministries

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A trio of North Lincoln Middle School clubs has been working since September on a canned food, toy and clothing drive for Lincoln Christian Ministry. The student council officers and representatives from each “home base” (homeroom) promoted the canned food drive to their classmates. Students from Communities In Schools and…