Home » Archives by category » Local News (Page 960)

Language center’s use increases

Share This Post

Since opening four years ago, Lincoln County Schools’ English as a Second Language Newcomer Center has become increasingly busy. “Our need has grown every year,” said Diana Carpenter, principal of Battleground Elementary School, which uses the center’s services. The ESL Newcomer Center helps with translation, enrollment and culture shock. “When…

West Lincoln queen

Share This Post

North Lincoln queen

Share This Post

Wilkinson residence wins yard of the month in Maiden

Share This Post

Around Town 10/1/2007

Share This Post

LINCOLNTON LIONS The Lincolnton Lions Club will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at Ryan’s Steakhouse. Past District Governor Hunter Garbee, District 31-C White Cane and Humanitarian Chair will be the guest speaker. Garbee will discuss the N.C. Lions White Cane and Humanitarian Funds provide services for the blind and deaf, support…

International Festival keeps growing

Share This Post

Many people say the world is a global community. This Saturday, Lincolnton will definitely be one. The ninth International Festival, sponsored by Centro Contacto Latino and the Southfork Baptist Association, will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church. It’s an event that has gone from drawing about 50…

Classical pianist performs Thursday

Share This Post

A 20-year-old pianist who has played Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall will make a stop at the Lincoln Cultural Center Thursday. “We liked what we heard,” said Rick Ramseur, co-chair of publicity with the Lincoln County Concert Association. Jean-Frederic Neuburger will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cultural Center.…

Reel big fish

Share This Post

Methodist Church’s Friday night initiative grows

Share This Post

Anyone who grows up in a small town knows there isn’t much for teenagers to do on a Friday night. And most of the things they can get into aren’t necessarily going to keep them out of trouble. Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church in Sherrills Ford is changing that for…

Telling stories

Share This Post

Story time at the West Lincoln Branch Library was a lively affair Thursday morning. Above, Jaden Canipe, David Wesson, Betsy Duncan and Daniel Wesson sing songs and wave ribbons. Below, Stephanie Osbourne, a children’s librarian, reads books about fall to the children. Later on, she helped the children create trees…