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Leadership Lincoln 2005-2006

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Various members of this year’s class. Chris Dean / LTN Photo…

Want to help Katrina victims?

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Below is a list of agencies, churches and other organizations that are mounting efforts to help Hurricane Katrina victims. The Lincoln Times-News will run this list at least once per week for the time being. If you know of or are part of a group that is not listed, please…

Right in the kisser!

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Recognize these people?

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Around Town 9/9/2005

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COMMUNITY CAMPAIGN A community kickoff campaign on safety and ways for residents to protect their communities will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Oaklawn center. Information will be given to residents in Oaklawn and Georgetown communities. People are needed to pass out fliers and should meet at the center…

Her mother`s love now to be shared with others

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Libby Carpenter remembers her mother, Gladys Carpenter, as a wonderful human being. Carpenter has so much to say, in fact, that it prompted her to write a story about her. The assignment she took on was for the Covenant Writers, an outreach of Covenant Bible Church in Lincolnton. “Her love…

50th Anniversary

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Roy Dale Canipe and Ruby Ann Heavner Canipe of Lincolnton will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 10 at Ryan’s Steak House. The couple was wed in Gaffney, S.C. After getting married, Ruby was a homemaker. She later worked in the housekeeping department of Lincoln Medical Center. Roy worked for…

Work by teachers on display

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The artwork of Lincoln County teachers will be on display at the Lincoln Cultural Center beginning this Sunday. “Omnibus” will feature the art of all kinds of teachers — public, private and home — who love to create. In previous years, the show only included the work of art teachers.…

Hosting families turns into a sea of red tape

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Lincoln County residents who want to host families in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have a lot of waiting ahead of them. Area churches that were hoping to spearhead the effort have found themselves weighed down with red tape and FEMA regulations. “That can be somewhat of a bureaucratic entanglement,”…

Horse happy

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A twist of fate has landed an Iron Station equestrian on the cover of a national magazine. Appaloosa Horse Journal’s September issue features East Lincoln High School senior Mariah Bell and her horse, Dovie. “Of course I don’t have the cutest look on my face, but I was jumping a…