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Welcome to 2005-2006 school year

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Dear Parents, Students, and Citizens, With school starting on August 25, our students have enjoyed a longer summer break. I hope it has been a time for rest and renewal. Our school district, however, has been very busy. Two new schools are being constructed in Lincoln County: Lincolnton Middle School…

A hundred year blessing

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Lookin’ for a home…owner, that is

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Habitat for Humanity is looking for a family to fill the recently-finished home in Pumpkin Center. The 1,200-square-foot, three-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath home is located off of Lee Lawing Road close to North Lincoln High School. John Pagel, vice-president for Habitat for Humanity in Lincoln County and construction manager for the…

Lake Calendar

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CLASH OF THE CLERGY Ten pastors will compete in a stock car race Saturday, Aug. 27 at the East Lincoln Speedway, 1873 Mariposa Road. The event will benefit East Lincoln Christian Ministries. Gates will open at 5 p.m. with racing at 7:30 p.m. The evening’s entertainment will include racing for…

Around Town 8/24/2005

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HOMECOMING West Lincolnton Baptist Church on Reepsville Road will hold homecoming Sunday. SPEAKER Sword of the Rock will be hosting a “Manifestation of the Spirit of God” on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at the New Life Christian Fellowship, 1525 Riverview Road. Speakers include apostle Clinton Baker and prophetess…

Around Town 8/22/2005

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3 FOR 1 Salem Baptist Church presents 3 For 1 on Sunday at 6 p.m. This is a non-ticketed event, and a love offering will be taken. Holly Robinson-Blanton, Jim Leonard and Stephen Robertson make up the group. The church is located at 1982 Salem Church Road in Lincolnton. For…

Weekend Fun

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Destiny Dellinger (left) and her mom, Brandy, competed in a water gun race for prizes. Chris Dean / LTN Photo Josh Underwood enjoyed a ride on the merry-go-round. Chris Dean / LTN Photo…

ECA apple pies in high demand

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Lincoln County residents can’t get enough of the Extension Community Association’s homemade fried apple pies. “The first reason is they’re really good,” said Ruth Eurey, a member of the ECA. “The next is, people don’t want to make them.” It’s true that the process to produce a fried apple pie…

Five generations

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Katherine’s Grill a dream come true

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It’s one-stop shopping. Pump the gas, pick up merchandise at the convenience store and eat at Katherine’s Grill. The grill, located off Time’s Store on North Aspen Street, is perfect for customers on the go. The restaurant offers dine-in or carry-out, serving fresh meat every day. Which is how owner…