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Westport`s wish — Golf course purchase may soon be announced

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Westport Golf Course may soon be coming back to life with green courses and golfers galore after being closed since February of 2003. Although plans are not finalized, an announcement is expected to be made in the next three weeks about new ownership. “Nothing is signed yet. It’s just good…

Giving thanks to living

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Tucker’s Grove Campground was alive with the music Monday evening as people gathered to worship with one another. People were singing and dancing, banging their tambourines and clapping their hands. “Any way you bless me Lord, I’ll be satisfied…,” were some of the words of praise that filled the arbor.…

Lake Calendar

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PROBUS CLUB OF LAKE NORMAN The ProBus club of Lake Norman announces its summer social on Tuesday, Aug. 24 at the Charles Mack Citizen’s Center in Mooresville. Members, guests and prospective members are welcome. The evening will begin with a social hour at 5 p.m. followed by a catered dinner…

Picturesque Pageant

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The 2004 Miss Lincoln County Apple Queen Pageant was held Saturday at 7 p.m. at the James W. Warren Citizens Center. Entertainment for the evening included dancing from performers with Dancer’s Edge (right) and Star Struck Dance Studio. (Right) The newly crowned queen Kristen Leigh Kinney got a big hug…

History project focuses on Tucker`s Grove

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Members of the Lincoln County Historical Association will be roaming Tucker’s Grove camp meeting this week in search of subjects for a new project. They’re hoping to find people who will let them interview them as part of the Lincoln County Voices Oral History Project, which aims to document and…

Chamber backs address change

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The up-hill battle to get the post office to update Denver area addresses got a boost this week from the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce. The Board of Directors of that organization, made up of more than 500 members, adopted a resolution calling for postal officials to clarify mailing addresses…

What`s in a name?

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Mom’s absence doesn’t slow down business at sub shop David and Darla Melton joke about the identity of “Mom” of Mom’s Sub Shop on Dave Warlick Drive. “Depending on what mood I’m in, sometimes I’ll tell people it’s me,” David says. “They’ll freak out.” Other times Darla accepts the name…

Two transported

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Two people were transported to the hospital after a wreck this morning on N.C. 27 East near its intersection with N.C. 73. Official reports from the North Carolina State Highway Patrol were unavailable at presstime. The wreck, which involved two vehicles, tied up traffic in the area until the scene…

Lake project workers receive surprise donations at meeting

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MOORESVILLE — Bob Elliott and Gus Gustafson, who work with the Lake Norman Marine Commission, have been awarded $6,000 from an anonymous source. Both were acknowledged at Monday night’s Lake Norman Marine Commission meeting for the money they received roughly a month ago. Elliott was awarded $3,000 for his hard…

School Tools

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