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Lincolnton team brings medals home

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Competing with an average 30-plus athletes per event, Twist and Tuck team members brought home nine medals, 21 top 10 finishes and 16 top 20 awards from the USA Gymnastics Junior Olympics Trampoline and Tumbling National Championships held in Memphis, Tenn. during late June. Three team members Lukas Young, Graham…

Little Boy, Big Squash

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Church of God’s fried pie free for all

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The women of the Lincolnton Church of God have worked hard all summer producing homemade apple pies for September’s Apple Festival. “By one o’ clock, we’re sold out every year, and every year they say, ‘Make more, make more, make more,’” said Carol King, president of the Lincolnton Church of…

Around Town 7/23/2007

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APPLE PIES The women of Lincolnton Church of God will be making apple pies 5 – 8 p.m tonight. Proceeds to rebuild church (which was destroyed June 2006 by fire). BINGO AND ICE CREAM The Lincoln County Senior Center, located on the Gaston College Lincoln Campus will have a bingo…

Fifth generation

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LEDA building process now underway

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Work began on LEDA’s (Lincoln Economic Development Association) eventual new headquarters Tuesday when Geymont Construction began tearing down the former First Charter bank drive-through kiosk located at 502 East Main Street, Lincolnton. The opportunity to begin the first phase Tuesday developed when Jerry Geymont, owner of Geymont Construction, alerted LEDA…

A whole lot of cabbage

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YMCA hosts free nutrition seminar

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A summer intern has helped the Lincoln County Family YMCA focus on health as a whole. “For overall health and wellness, exercise and nutrition go hand in hand,” said Donna Sassano, senior wellness and member experience director. Laura Dotson, a rising senior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel…

90th Birthday

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Loving Locks

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