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Cat Square residents remember term

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They don’t preside over City Council meetings or hold public hearings. You won’t see them clutching large scissors at a ribbon-cutting event. And, no, there won’t even be political signs bearing their names. But the mayor of Cat Square does have a major responsibility and it’s one that only a…

Touring homes by starlight

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This year’s Star Light Tour of Homes features four private homes, a church, a business and the Lincoln Cultural Center. “A lot of (the houses are chosen through) word of mouth,” said Mary Jane Howard, executive director of the Lincoln Arts Council. “Some people volunteer. Some people we get down…

Local children to sing with state symphony

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The North Carolina Symphony will be presenting its annual Lincoln County Holiday Pops concert Thursday, which features young, local talent. “There’s just something about children’s voices at Christmas time — they’re just so clear, and you just see the excitement in their faces,” said Adair Cantwell, co-chairwoman of the Lincoln…

Foster parents complete family

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Although they already had two sons, Rem and Ginger Rogers always knew they wanted to adopt. They considered international adoption but decided they wanted provide a home for a local child in need. “You’re so naпve at the beginning,” said Ginger. “You think ‘Hey, I need a kid. There’s lots…

Christmas music to fill Emmanuel Lutheran

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Friends of Music at Emmanuel Lutheran Church will be hosting a Puddingstone Christmas on Monday. Puddingstone, an ensemble based out of Lenoir, has performed regularly in Old Salem and the Biltmore House in Asheville. “They’re known for using many different instruments of Renaissance and Celtic nature and they make their…

30 Year reunion

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The Lincoln High School class of 1975 held their 30 year reunion Oct. 29 at the Lincoln Country Club. Fifty-three classmates plus spouses and guests atteneded. A particular highlight of the evening was when Cain Leonard had one-time students of T. Smith’s British literature class stand and recite Chaucer`s “Canterbury…

West Norman incorporation issue alive but barely in east Lincoln

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The issue of incorporating West Norman — also known as part of eastern Lincoln County — is not dead, at least in the eyes of the county’s Democratic Men’s Club. At a recent monthly meeting in Denver, conversation centered around the failed 2001 attempt to incorporate an area bordered on…

Around Town 11/30/2005

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DEMOCRAT MEN The next meeting of the Democratic Mens Group of Lincoln County will be at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Lincoln House Restaurant, 604 Clark Drive. Topics will include the proposed Sedimentation and Erosion ordinance,, East Lincoln incorporation and the upcoming Christmas Party at the new Democratic Party Headquarters.…

Looking back on 101 years of life

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How can you live to the ripe old age of 101? Well, if you follow the example of Sarah Alexander, a resident of Wexford House in Denver, you should eat chocolate, avoid green vegetables, drink wine and stay away from the gym. “My mother does not believe in exercise,” said…

Lincoln Arts Council announces new exhibit

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An opening reception for the art exhibit “Holiday in the Woods” will be held from 4 – 8 p.m. on Sunday at the Lincoln Cultural Center. The Lincoln Arts Council is hosting the reception and exhibit, which will feature the work of Ginny Kolozvari and Don Olsen. The art will…