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Annette Barker to be honored with scholarship

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A face that people grew to know, respect and love will now be honored each year at North Lincoln High School. Annette Barker, who was known to many as an asset to the community, moved to the Denver area at the age of 15. She fell in love with Johnny…

Festival boasts new events

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East Lincoln residents can find their share of strawberries and amusement at the 20th annual Strawberry Festival this Saturday. The event will take place at East Lincoln High School from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in order to raise money for the Parent Teacher association. New additions this year include…

Around Town 5/9/2005

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LINCOLN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC WOMEN MEETING The Lincoln County Democratic Women will meet for dinner at 6:30 p.m. and hold a meeting at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln campus of Gaston College. For more information contact, Jennifer Harkey at (704) 489-1996. LINCOLN DEMOCRATS The Lincoln County Democratic Party general meeting will…

Within the week

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A fancy art school education and high standing in society aren’t necessary to produce important works of art. The Hickory Museum of Art will be exhibiting the “Homegrown and Handmade: Selected Works from the Huffman Collection of Southern Contemporary Folk and Outsider Art” until July 27. The artists featured have…

Go Tell Crusade draws in thousands opening night

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Approximately 3,000 people attended the opening night of the Western Piedmont Go Tell Crusade featuring evangelist Rick Gage at the Lincolnton High School stadium Sunday, according to Clyde Smith, chairman for the event. “We had a good crowd with about 40 first time decisions and 34 renewals,” he said. Tonight…

NLHS bands outperform competition

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March was the month designated as “Music In Our Schools Month” by the Music Educators National Conference, the national organization for school music teachers. The North Lincoln High School performing arts department was very active during the month of March and reaped many accolades, honors and recognitions for students’ hard…

Arson ruled out in mobile home fire

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DENVER — A Friday morning fire that destroyed a mobile home was accidental, officials said. Crews from Denver Fire Department were on the scene at 6350 Wildwood Trail within two minutes of the 10:52 a.m. dispatch, said Chief Jay Flynn. Fire crews from Pumpkin Center, East Lincoln and Sherrills Ford…

Here, chick, chick

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Survivor named honorary chairman

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The honorary chairman of Lincolnton’s Relay for Life has certainly earned his title. John Elmore spent six years off and on fighting cancer, which was found at different times in his kidney, lungs, throat and hip. At one point, Elmore was told that he had a five percent chance of…

Thousands raised through pie contest

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Union Elementary School resembled a Roman coliseum Tuesday as a gym full of children screamed, stomped their feet and demanded to see their teachers’ faces covered in pie. “It’s better than kissing a pig,” said Kirby Oldham, the school principal. Oldham agreed to take a pie in the face if…