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Blanketeers to the rescue

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Fried pies from scratch

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Professional baseball player holds his values tight

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Former professional baseball player and coach Tony Cloninger of Denver, says having priorities straight helped his long career in baseball fall into place. When he first began coaching for the Yankees after playing professional baseball for the Braves and the Cardinals, Cloninger was inspired while reading a Zig Ziglar book.…

Pole beans shade lakeside carport

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The seeds came from Georgia, and the name seemed ominous: Rattlesnake Pole Beans. After planting them, they never stopped growing. “I was born on a farm, and I tell you, I’ve never seen anything like this in my whole days,” said Alene H. Jones, who lives in east Lincoln. The…

Clergy to clash at speedway

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Plans are shaping up well for “Clash of the Clergy III” which is scheduled for Aug. 25, 7 p.m. at East Lincoln Speedway. The race, which will be used to raise funds for the East Lincoln Christian Ministry will involve up to 20 area ministers competing on the 3/8-mile clay…

Knox Law Center Grand Opening

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Around Town 8/15/2007

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HOMECOMING Southside Baptist Church, 1725 Southside Road, will hold homecoming service Sunday at 11 a.m. The service will feature blue grass gospel music by The Griggs and Rev. Roger Beck of Lenoir will be the guest speaker. The service will be followed by lunch on the grounds. COWBOY CHURCH Cross…

Saying goodbye to preschool

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Banquet to honor Dr. Richard A. King

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The church family of the Lincolnton Church of God sets aside a special time each year to honor its pastor, Dr. Richard A. King Sr. Dr. King and his wife, Carol, have been ministering at the church for 13 years. This year, a special banquet is planned to express the…

Support strong for Bible College

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A desire to reach out into the community and spread the word of God has brought several area religious leaders together to establish a Bible college. The group, made up of pastors from local churches, started Kingdom Life Bible Institute, which is open for registration for those wishing to learn…