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Lincoln’s farmers market shows signs of summer

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The Lincoln County Farmers Market has opened on a full summer schedule. Hours have expanded to Tuesday mornings at 7 a.m., Thursday afternoons at 3 p.m. and Saturday mornings at 7 a.m. The farmers stay open as late as the produce lasts and the customers continue to visit. The market…

81st Birthday

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Denver residents voice concerns about proposed Wal-Mart shadow project

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Denver residents Connie Zmijewski and Liz Craig don’t like the prospect of having “lowball” tenants occupying the flurry of shopping centers proposed for N.C. 73 near N.C. 16. Specifically, both are concerned that a mix of dollar stores, shoe stores and discount clothiers will make the new center home. “We’re…

Around Town 6/19/2006

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BIBLE SCHOOL Mt. Vernon Missionary Baptist Church, Iron Station, will be having Vacation Bible School starting today. It will last until Friday. Hours are 6:30 – 8 p.m. The public is invited. BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP The breast cancer support group will be meeting 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Oak Grove…

Leadership Lincoln graduation

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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…

Gardening, a state of mind

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Bob and Helen Norman never have to worry about eating their vegetables. Outside their rural west Lincoln home is a garden overflowing with produce. You name it (tomatoes, beets, corn, okra, squash, peas, green beans, cucumbers, watermelon, potatoes and seven different kinds of peppers), they have it. This year, the…