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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…

Newly opened inn offers guests beds and breakfast

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While driving to her job in Denver, Patti Fea would always pass a stately three-story house off N.C. 150. At the time, she was owner of Cornucopia Caterers in Denver, but she would always take a moment to daydream about a different sort of life. With the opening of White…

Garden lunch for mothers and daughters

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Bicycle Safety

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For a noble cause

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Adopt-a-Cop Golf Tournament

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Lake Calendar

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SAFETY FAIR Westport Body Shop, N.C. 16, Denver will be hosting a summer safety fair 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, June 24. The event is sponsored by Enterprise Rent-A-Car and will feature an information booth from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) as well as food and games. ELBA MEETING…

Around Town 6/14/2006

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RETIREMENT SERVICE There will be a retirement reception in honor of Ssg. Kenneth Buff, who is retiring from the United States Army after serving 21 years, from 6 – 9 p.m. Saturday at the Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church Family Life Center in Lincolnton. For more information call (704) 735-5683. OAK…

Identifying art

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Mystery surrounds the Lincoln Arts Council’s latest show. Over 30 pieces hang in the galleries at the Lincoln Cultural Center. They have one thing in common – each work is owned by the Arts Council. Beyond that, little is known about much of the art. “We don’t know how it…