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Star Struck stunners

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Golf tournament a success

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Mother Nature provided a perfect day and East Lincoln Relay for Life provided the opportunity for more than 100 people to turn out to a charity golf tournament at Cowan’s Ford Golf Club at Lake Norman last Monday. Even before the official start of the tournament, many people took to…

Annual fish fry biggest ever

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More than 200 pounds of fish were recently sold for a good cause during the annual fish fry at Webbs Chapel United Methodist Church in Denver; the East Lincoln Relay for Life. According to Jeff Huffman, president of the church’s United Methodist Men’s group, the original 170 pounds of fish…

Synergy and fun more than buzzwords at salon

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Kym and Company Salon on N.C. 16 at the Lake Center Shopping Center looks like any normal business from the outside. There are signs at the road and on the building. Step inside, however, and not only get a glimpse of many different forms of beauty, but get treated like…

Really “digging” a new charter school

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Around Town 4/4/2007

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REUNION Former employees of the Carlton NSCT Yarn Mill in Cherryville will hold their 19th reunion April 12 at 5:30 p.m. at DJ’s Restaurant in Cherryville. For more information call (704) 435-2295 or (704) 435-6182. DAV FUNDRAISER Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 53 will be giving out “Forget-me-nots” (poppies) for…

Heavenly Paws makes for pampered pets

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The owners of Heavenly Paws know dogs aren’t too different from their human owners. “A lot of my dogs love to be pampered,” said Kelly Gernert, co-owner of the boarding house and grooming salon. “They like to have people talking to them. They like to feel like they’re special.” Heavenly…

YMCA

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Easter production

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Carolina Hardware a one-stop shop for many

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For over 30 years, Carolina Hardware has been a staple for Lincoln County gardeners. The store has been a part of Sheila Reep’s life since her mother Dot Dellinger built the place in 1975. Reep says the store started out small and was only half the size it is today.…