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Small animal hospital thrives with 8 vets

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In 1978, pets and their owners walked through the doors of the East Lincoln Animal Hospital for the first time. Thirty years later, the building has not only grown in size but also in technology. “We are a full service small animal hospital,” said David Wilson, doctor of veterinary medicine.…

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Flo Robinson Literary Competition turns 25

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While she was alive, Lincolnton’s Flora Robinson was best known as a woman who picked through her neighbors’ garbage and lived in poverty. When she died in the early 80s, however, her reputation changed. Robinson left $46,000, which was divided up between various Lincoln County charities and non-profit organizations. These…

Community Activities

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CLUBS, GROUPS DABA after-hours The Denver Area Business Association will host an after-hours event from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. March 13 at the Wexford House assisted living home, 3900 Wexford Lane in Denver. For more information, call (704) 489-2633. Rotary meeting The Denver/Lake Norman Rotary Club holds its weekly…

50th Anniversary

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Make the call

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Retrial begins for doctor who lived in area

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It seemed that everyone at Montrose General Hospital knew about the affair between the doctor and the nurse. Not that Dr. Stephen Scher and Patricia Dillon took any steps to conceal their torrid extramarital relationship. In fact, they seemed to flaunt it, locking themselves in an exam room, going lingerie…

Contract approved for water line

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Commissioners approved a contract to have water lines relocated at the intersection of N.C. 16 and N.C. 73 Monday. The North Carolina Department of Transportation is requiring the lines be moved, so county officials had no “choice but to move the lines as requested,” Public Works Director Steve Gilbert said.…

Big-box stores: Good and bad

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They rival Egyptian pyramids in scale and stand sentinel over the new N.C. 16 gateway to and from Charlotte. Nearly 340,000 square feet is dedicated to the main buildings. More than $250,000 in taxes combined will flow into county coffers each year as result of their development. That’s the second…

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