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Charter School prom not your average night

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Lincoln Charter School is not throwing the average high school prom. This year’s senior class is the first to go through all four years of high school at LCS, so the juniors wanted to give them a special prom. Juniors Jordon Honeycutt, Andrew Sadler, Blake Ross and Kurstin Murphy and…

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SHORELINE – BUSINESS
Jonas Law expands with Denver office

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Lincoln County’s largest law firm recently opened a new location in Denver. The Jonas Law Firm, based in Lincolnton, has served the people of Lincoln County since 1912, attorney Rebecca Pomeroy said. “We were in Denver at one time and with the recent growth in the eastern part of the…

Cruise-In revs up for downtown

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This Sunday, the traffic in downtown Lincolnton will come to a standstill, and only vehicles made before 1975 will be allowed. It’s time for the Downtown Lincolnton Cruise-In, and Jerry Fletcher, one of the organizers, says he’s expecting a big crowd. “We usually end up filling up,” he said of…

Education Briefs

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STRAWBERRY FEST Denver’s 23rd Annual Strawberry Festival will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 17, at East Lincoln High School. This is the East Lincoln High School Parent-Teacher Organization’s only fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit the school library. The PTO is seeking vendors and entertainment. For more information,…

Bond addresses bus garage, Title IX

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In the series of articles about the school bond referendum, an amount of $25,789,000 has been explored for renovations, additions and routine repairs to existing schools. With a $44.6 million bond referendum on the ballot May 6, that leaves $18,811,000. The schools have plans for that money as well. The…

Charter School prepares humorous play

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The Lincoln Charter School’s Lincolnton campus is preparing for its spring dramatic production: “How to Eat Like a Child, and Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown-Up.” From “How to Torture Your Sister,” to “How to Behave in School,” to “How to Ride in the Car,” the production humorously addresses…

Motorcyclists spread Gospel

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Some Christians spread the Gospel from behind a pulpit. Some do it standing on a street corner. The members of the Christian Motorcyclist Association do it on two wheels. “I got involved in it and saw the results compared to what I was doing inside the church were so much…

West Lincoln band wins superior rating in Fla.

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The West Lincoln High School band recently took a trip to Orlando, Fla., winning honors and taking in tourist attractions. The group traveled from April 10 to April 13 for the Heritage Festival hosted by Ocoee High School, competing against other instrumental groups from seven states. The West Lincoln band…

Explorers program helps teens learn law enforcement

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Have you ever wondered how to conduct a search of a crime scene or how a jail operates? Teens from across the county learn these aspects and more through the Lincoln County Law Enforcement Explorers Program. “The program will both influence and challenge each young person to live up to…