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Commissioners to hear requests

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The Lincoln County Commissioners meet today at 6:30 p.m. to hear recommendations from the Planning Board. The Planning Board will approach the commissioners recommending they approve Patricia Fea’s application for rezoning to accommodate a reception hall business in the township of Ironton on the north side of N.C. 150. The…

Now open for business

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Solution to a struggle

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Everyday life used to be a real struggle for the Beam family. But things have calmed down a lot lately since the family found a solution to the problem that was making their lives very difficult. Rusty and Chesanie Beam have two children, 8-and-a half year old Jaycie and 6…

Variety of pottery on display

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Traditional and contemporary pottery from established and emerging potters is currently on display at the Lincoln Cultural Center. “It gives the viewing public an idea of the different types of pottery that are out there,” said Gary Lee, president of the Arts Council of Lincoln County. The Catawaba Valley Regional…

Around Town 9/14/2007

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DINNER The Refuge Church of God of Prophecy, 614 Huss St., Lincolnton, under Pastor Ray Sutherland will have a dinner at 1 p.m. Sunday. The menu will be meat, two vegetables, dessert, roll and tea. Proceeds go towards the building fund. REUNION The East Lincoln High School class of 1987…

Homemade apple pie ready for fest

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Lincoln County members of the Extension Community Association take making pies very seriously. “It’s dying,” said Helen Turner, an ECA member, about the art of making the desserts from scratch. “There’s not many people who do this – especially like we do.” The women have many fans. They make an…

Weddings at Willow Creek Inn one of a kind

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Those wishing to get married at Willow Creek Inn in Vale must be ready for intense, personal preparation. “You have to talk to me: ‘What do you like? What do you want? What are your favorite colors?’” said Mansour Zand, owner of the Inn. Weddings and wedding receptions have been…

‘Raggedy’ quilter appears on television, publishes book

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Kim Deneault had never quilted, but she wanted to help her mother, who had taken up the hobby. She designed a little square herself with dramatic colors. “Ten months later I was in Hollywood,” Deneault said. Deneault, who lives in west Lincoln, filmed a segment on HGTV’s Simply Quilts two…

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The Arts Council of Lincoln County has renamed its annual art competition in honor of the late Paul C. Rhyne, one of the organization’s original founders. “He was community-minded, and he was a strong supporter of the arts,” said Gary Lee, president of the Arts Council. Rhyne was also a…

School board chair, vice chair back in their old positions

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Two months after he stepped down as chairman of the Lincoln County Board of Education, George Dellinger took back the gavel. After a nomination from Joan Avery, Dellinger was unanimously voted to head the group by his peers. “I’ve done what I’ve done for a reason,” Dellinger said of his…