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Police seek robbery attempt suspect

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Lincolnton Police are looking for a man who tried to rob a local business Wednesday night. The man is also believed to be a suspect in several previous armed robberies. At 11:52 p.m. Wednesday, an employee reported an attempted robbery at Family Coin Laundry at 130 Vandiver Drive. The laundry…

West Lincoln artists show off

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Around Town 4/15/2005

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CAR WASH J.V. Cheerleaders at West Lincoln High School are having a car wash on Saturday, April 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Peoples Bank on N.C. 27 West. Donations will be accepted. BREAKFAST AND YARD SALE A breakfast and yard sale will be held on Saturday, April…

50th Anniversary

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50th Anniversary

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68th Anniversary

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Around Town 4/13/2005

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HAMBURGER/HOT DOG SALE The West Lincoln High School Varsity cheerleading team will have a hamburger and hot dog sale at the Winn-Dixie on N.C. 27 West from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday. For more information call (704) 735-4545. YARD/BAKE SALE Bethel United Methodist Church will hold a yard/bake sale…

President`s items now on display

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The Lincoln Cultural Center’s latest exhibit, “Hail to the Chief” offers an inside look at the lives of American presidents. The exhibit, which runs through Sunday, has presidential memorabilia dating from the 1700s to modern day. “I think there’s always an interest in history, especially in Lincoln County,” said Valerie…

Parties continue at Cocktail Cove

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CORNELIUS — Rowdy boaters are already rafting up at the popular Cocktail Cove in Iredell County near the Point Lake and Golf Club playing loud music and partying. Deputy Phil Jones of the Iredell County Sheriff’s Department warned the Lake Norman Marine Commission at Monday night’s meeting that it already…

N.C. 16 projects advance

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All three projects on N.C. 16 are on schedule. The project from Lucia to N.C. 73 in Lincoln County is nearing the completion stages, said Larry Carpenter, resident engineer. The grading is 95 percent complete. The paving project from N.C. 16 to N.C. 73 is a two year project that…