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Recruiting Teachers

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Around Town 4/25/2005

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CHURCH ANNIVERSARY Grace Baptist Church, 495 Horseshoe Lake Road, Lincolnton, will celebrate its 25th anniversary from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 30. Guest preachers include Bob Wagner and Andy Wells. The Christianaires will perform a special singing. Lunch will be served from 12:15 – 1:30 p.m.. From…

Within the Week

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The Lincolnton Lions Club had to make a tough call last Thursday night. The weekend weather was looking grim, but they had brooms to sell. What to do? After much discussion, the group decided to postpone their annual spring fund raiser. But don’t worry, unlike last year’s Apple Festival, this…

Anniversary Party

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Race 4 Literacy Day

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Student dreams of flying high

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When Lincolnton High School senior Ryan Moore was in the third grade, he visited the United States Naval Academy for the first time. He knew then what he wanted to do with his life. “It’s awe-inspiring just seeing everyone walk around in full uniform,” he said. After excelling as both…

No make-up for festival

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Rain or shine, there will be only one date set for the 2005 Lincoln County Apple Festival. Following the cancellation of last year’s Apple Festival due to predicted severe weather, officials considered setting a make-up date for the annual event. After meeting, however, the Lincoln County Apple Festival Board of…

Local named chef of the Year
Dedicating a lifetime to food

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The American Culinary Federation’s Chef of the Year has experienced nearly every aspect of the food industry – dishwashing, military cooking, fast food managing, line cooking, consulting and owning his own bakery. Rick Dudley, Lincolnton local and Chef of the Year, first started cooking when he was a teenager living…

Students Win With Spanish Skit

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LEDA to seek incentive grant

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Another industry will try to get an incentive grant from the county at the next Lincoln County commissioners meeting on May 2. The announcement was made by Laura Foor, existing business coordinator for the Lincoln Economic Development Association, at a board meeting held Thursday at The Timken Company. “I can’t…