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Writing from the heart

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During a troubled time in her family’s life, Vicki Amerault would tell bedtime stories to her son about the world inside the looking glass. “He would say ‘Mom, wouldn’t it be great if we went into the looking glass, and we’d all be happy,’” said Amerault. Those stories of adventure…

Student-made electric car heads toward the finish line

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Students from the Lincoln County School of Technology will join hundreds representing four southern states in Wake County for the annual Electric Vehicle Challenge Final One of the most exciting components of the high school program is the student design and construction of a street-legal electric vehicle, which will be…

Child advocacy center promoted by local leaders

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Nurses, teachers and agency leaders met Tuesday morning with one goal in mind – to create an accredited Children’s Advocacy Center in Lincoln County. “It can be done,” said Cathy Purvis, executive director of CAC of North Carolina. “That’s the nice thing – it’s been done all kinds of places.…

Drug Bust

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Webmaster keeps a region informed

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Dave Rohr is the face behind DenverNC.com, the popular Web site residents go to in order to find information about Lincoln County. What started as a hobby for Rohr has now become almost a full-time job for the Denver resident. When he created the Web site in December 1999, it…

A Taste of History

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The white two-story house sits off N.C. 150 on two acres with a red roof, black shutters and rocking chairs on the porch. The country home has a welcoming, cozy feel. Upon walking in the door, an aroma of home cooking tickles the nose. Tim Schafer’s at Lake Norman has…

ELHS student wins full ride

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Michael Griswold, a senior from East Lincoln High School, has received a four year undergraduate, two year graduate, paid scholarship to Clemson University. Included in the $100,000 scholarship are at least two summer trips abroad, a laptop computer and $3,000 a year for spending money. Griswold was picked out of…

Lake Calendar

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GOSPEL SINGING Bethel United Methodist Church will host a gospel singing on March 19 at 8 p.m. featuring, “A Little South of Heaven,” from Hickory. A spaghetti and lasagna supper will be served at 6 p.m. in the church fellowship hall and a drawing for two round-trip airline tickets may…

Around Town 3/9/2005

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DEMOCRATIC MEETING The Lithia Precinct Democratic Party will meet Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. at the home of Dr. John Gamble, 2101 Country Club Road. BFI GRANT APPLICATIONS The Lincoln County BFI Grant Board is accepting applications for grants to non-profit groups and other eligible agencies. Deadline for the…

Dance All Stars

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