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ELAC looks at options regarding sign ordinance

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Thanks to a petition of 130 people started by Denver businessman Mark Cotter, the proposed changes to Lincoln County’s sign ordinance is back in the hands of the planning board. Members of the East Lincoln Area Council (ELAC) were updated last Monday on the progress of retooling the proposed changes.…

Annual plant sale benefits library garden, scholarship

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TERRELL – Green-thumbed members of the Lake Norman Garden Club teamed up with ShaGreen Nursery and offered many different types of plants for sale Saturday at Rehobeth United Methodist Church in Terrell. According to garden club member Linda McBride – one of the organizers of the event – the overflowing…

Around Town 5/3/2006

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PLANT SALE The Master Gardner annual plant sale will be 8 a.m. – noon Saturday. There will be over 1,000 plants. Only cash will be accepted. It will be located at the Citizens Resource Center, 1303 Dallas-Cherryville Highway, Dallas. The sale will be held rain or shine. ABERNATHY FAMILY REUNION…

Lake Calendar

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WAYNE’S FEAST Andrew Johnson of Edward Jones in Denver will speak on financial planning 10 a.m. Friday, May 12, at Capt’n Petes restaurant on N.C. 150 in Denver. Cost is $6 for the meal including tip. Reservations must be made by May 7 by calling Celia and Paul Deese at…

British invasion hits Lincolnton with movie, tribute band

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The British are coming! The British are coming! And they’re bringing with them rock and roll. “The Beatles are invading little Lincolnton,” said Rick Ramseur, president of the Lincoln Concert Association. Well, not exactly. The original Fab Four, sadly cannot make it. In their place, however, is the Return. Touted…

Around Town 5/1/2006

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GRANT WORKSHOP A grant writing workshop will be held 1 – 5 p.m. Saturday, May 6 at the Rehoboth Church of Lincolnton, 608 Huss St. Cost is $50. The workshop will include the basic steps in writing a winning grant proposal. The workshop will cover local, state, federal and private…

School gets a visitor

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Students at G.E. Massey had a fun time as WBTV news anchor John Carter paid a visit. Carter imitated the main character from “The Large and Growly Bear” for Julie Wyatt’s class. Chris Dean / LTN Photo He also read from “Everyone Poops”. Chris Dean / LTN Photo He also…

Best foot forward

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Gaston College Lincoln Campus held a job fair Wednesday. Students learned a number of ways to make a good impression when interviewing and after being hired. Proper attire was a main attraction of the job fair. Michelle Byrd (left) points out how model James Davis (right) dresses for an interview…

Celebrating Earth Day 2006

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(Above) Shay Rooney, 4, the youngest participant at a recent Earth Day celebration, assisted Wendy Hutchinson, the organizer of a Lincolnton event. (Below) Shay holds one the many plants that were donated for the event. Contributed / LTN Photo A group of local Lincoln County residents joined together at The…

Seniors have many travel options in a variety of price ranges and destinations

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There are a lot of exciting options available when it comes to senior travel. This a very special time in your life where you can put the focus back on you and your mate. Chances are that your kids are grown with kids of their own. You have put them…