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Consignment store keeps treasured name

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Angela Mayberry is following in her mother’s footsteps. Growing up in Charlotte, her mother ran a children’s consignment shop called Twice Treasured. Mayberry was in elementary school and junior high. Mayberry, now a Lincolnton resident, has opened her own children’s consignment store and has called it the same name. The…

Stellar Students

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Writing from the heart

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During a troubled time in her family’s life, Vicki Amerault would tell bedtime stories to her son about the world inside the looking glass. “He would say ‘Mom, wouldn’t it be great if we went into the looking glass, and we’d all be happy,’” said Amerault. Those stories of adventure…

Interactive seminar cracks Biblical codes

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For the next month, Lincolnton will be part of an international religious network bringing in live information on Biblical codes. “Lincolnton is like a dot on a worldwide map right now,” said Kimberly Graves, communications secretary for the Seventh Day Adventist Church. “To me, what’s so exciting is people can…

A woman and her piano

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Despite taking 31 years off to raise a family, a local pianist still debuted in New York City’s Carnegie Hall to three standing ovations. Maria Navarro, a pianist and composer, spent her youth being classically trained by distinguished teachers. While raising two children, she continued to play and compose, but…

Tickling The Ivories

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A Close Inspection

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A Taste of History

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The white two-story house sits off N.C. 150 on two acres with a red roof, black shutters and rocking chairs on the porch. The country home has a welcoming, cozy feel. Upon walking in the door, an aroma of home cooking tickles the nose. Tim Schafer’s at Lake Norman has…

ELHS student wins full ride

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Michael Griswold, a senior from East Lincoln High School, has received a four year undergraduate, two year graduate, paid scholarship to Clemson University. Included in the $100,000 scholarship are at least two summer trips abroad, a laptop computer and $3,000 a year for spending money. Griswold was picked out of…

Lake Calendar

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GOSPEL SINGING Bethel United Methodist Church will host a gospel singing on March 19 at 8 p.m. featuring, “A Little South of Heaven,” from Hickory. A spaghetti and lasagna supper will be served at 6 p.m. in the church fellowship hall and a drawing for two round-trip airline tickets may…