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Surviving girl bullies, a rite of passage

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For many middle school girls, it’s all about expensive brand names, the thinnest body and the most sought after boyfriend. “There’s so much pressure to conform,” said Deb Harkey, a counselor at West Lincoln Middle School. “You would be amazed at the pressures for girls to have certain hairstyles, clothing,…

58th Anniversary

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Gifts of art accent decor at NLHS

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The new media center/library at North Lincoln High School is a beautiful, large space, but it has looked somewhat sterile since it opened last fall. Cynthia Randleman wanted to make the space more appealing, but she wanted whatever objects were added to the decor to be aesthetically pleasing, of high…

Fancy new gadget

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Denver Fire Department Chief Jay Flynn hooks up the exhaust removal system to one of the fire trucks. The exhaust removal system removes diesel from the station to create a cleaner environment. The fire department was able to get this device through a grant of federal emergency management money that…

Lake Calendar

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CHRISTIAN WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP The Christian Women’s Fellowship will meet at Westport Baptist Church on Jan. 13 at 10 a.m. The speaker will be Judy Smith from Tri-City Baptist Church, Hickory. The singer will be Heather Gordon of Denver. The donation is $6. To make a reservation, call 877-629-6244 or for…

Candlelit ceremony celebrates Christmas

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Candle light and Christmas carols will fill the First United Methodist Church on Sunday evening during its 26th annual Christmas Lovefeast. The Moravian ceremony will feature dieners, or servers, in traditional dress handing out creamy coffee and lovefeast buns. Prayer, singing and the passing of lighted candles complete the evening.…

Lions Club hosts party for blind

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Members of the Lincolnton Lions Club broke bread with Lincoln County residents who are legally blind. Over 100 people were invited to the Saturday afternoon Christmas luncheon. Invited guests were allowed to bring one person with them. Lauren Ashley Elmore (right) invited her grandmother, Faye Warlick. Sarah Grano / LTN…

ELHS band rekindles pride with performances

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The East Lincoln High School “Mustang Band” known as the “Show Band of the Carolinas” had a very successful season this year. Under the direction of Dustin Stamey, the band received accolades that convinced many supporters it was on the rise during a difficult time in its history. With assistance…

Flu shots offered this week for elderly

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Elderly residents in Lincoln County are receiving flu vaccines again this week. The Lincoln County Health Department is administering more shots today, Thursday and Friday. Clinics will be held: Today from 1 to 4 p.m. at Messiah United Methodist Church in Vale, N.C. 27 West Thursday from 1 to 4…

Rockin` at the Ridge — Golf club worker, dance teacher has `the shag` in the bag

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Patty McIlroy dances across the floor with ease. Her body moves with the music and her partner follows along in perfect rhythm. It’s called shagging, the dance craze which began in the ‘40s and ‘50s in Myrtle Beach. And for McIlroy, it’s old hat to her. When she was a…