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Denver real estate hot; buyers many, sellers few

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Real estate agents in the Denver area are finding they are dealing with more people looking for a new home than people who are looking to sell their home. Bob Hecht, owner of a Century 21 franchise says home buyers are outpacing sellers. “For property that looks good and is…

Customer loyalty no empty slogan

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People who are Ricky Jones’ age are in the process of graduating from college, finding that first job and starting a family. For Jones, a 21-year old 2003 graduate from Bandys High School in Catawba, he’s focused on maximizing sales and profits at his Denver produce shop. Jones, along with…

Evacuee returns to Louisiana to retrieve personal belongings

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Almost one month to the day Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, newly-relocated Denver resident Lynn Burnett was amazed by the devastation around her. Her first real look at Katrina’s wrath came as she drove into the town she’s called home for the past 41 years. She got into the city…

Around Town 10/12/2005

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BENEFIT A hot dog/barbecue will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at Reeps Grove Methodist Church in Vale. The sale will benefit Ronnie Sain, who has cancer, and his family. For information call (704) 276-1443. REUNION The 38th annual A.L. Heavner family reunion will be held Sunday…

Around Town 10/10/2005

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NARFE MEETING The Lincoln County Chapter of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees will meet at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Ryan’s Steak House for its annual business meeting. MEETING The Sons of the Confederate Veterans – General Robert F Hoke/General William J Hoke, Camp 1616 will…

You go, Girl Scouts!

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And the winner is….

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Denver damsels

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Saturday’s poker run to benefit Red Cross

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The Lincoln County chapter of the American Red Cross will sponsor a Poker Run on Saturday. Registration is from 10:30 a.m. – noon at Zippers Restaurant in Lincolnton. The last bike out will be 12:30 p.m. and the last bike in will be by 4 p.m. Stops are planned throughout…

Dedication to CROP Walk lasts 20 years

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Pisgah United Methodist Church has participated in Lincolnton’s CROP Walk for 20 years and some of its members haven’t missed a single walk. “The first crop walk, we walked quite a many miles,” said Rachel Rhyne, a participant. “It was just wonderful just to get to be with friends and…