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Crucifixion re-enactment

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On Good Friday, the Hispanic community of St. Dorothy’s Catholic Church re-enacted “Via Crucis” (“The Way of the Cross”). The re-enactment is a tradition in many Latin American countries. Several stations of the cross are key elements. (Above), Jesus, as portrayed by Alberto Torres, carries the cross to one station…

Playing Dress UP

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Star Struck stunners

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Students get head start on spring style

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The students at Head Start in Lincolnton ushered in spring with a fashion show at the James W. Warren Citizens Center Thursday. “She liked pink, and I like pink, and pink is a spring color, so we decided to go with pink,” said Michelle Pulley of her 3-year-old daughter’s outfit.…

FFA members participate in conference

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GREENSBORO – Members from the West Lincoln High School FFA Chapter participated in the 2007 MEGA Conference conducted by the North Carolina FFA Association on March 9 – 10. “MEGA Conference provides students with an opportunity to explore the FFA and learn ways to impact their chapters after returning home,”…

Pressing matters

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Crime Stoppers program coming to Lincoln County

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DENVER – A program universally known for rewarding anonymous callers for help in solving crime is coming to Lincoln County. During the recent meeting between Sheriff Tim Daugherty and members of the Denver business community, investigator Sgt. Lee Keller announced that Crime Stoppers will be coming to Lincoln County. “The…

Parents soon to be able to pay, monitor school lunch bill online

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Starting next week, Lincoln County parents will have a new way to monitor what their children are spending their lunch money on. The school district will begin using automated school lunch accounts through an online prepay program. “The reason we have decided to do this is we have had lots…

City taps new attorney

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City council members appointed T.J Wilson as city attorney to replace former attorney Dan Barefoot during Thursday’s meeting. Barefoot, who resigned, served nearly 10 years on the board after he was appointed in December 1997, according to city manager Jeff Emory. Wilson’s salary is $12,500 a year, which was set…

Around Town 4/6/2007

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ENROLLMENT Redemption Outreach Center Christian Academy is now enrolling for the 2007-08 school year for ages 2-4. For more information, call (704) 735-1294 or (828) 455-4591. CHURCH DRAMA Southside Baptist presents an Easter Drama “A Price Paid” 7 p.m. today. Refreshments will be served following the drama. CANTATA/DRAMA Cornerstone Church,…