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Really “digging” a new charter school

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Around Town 4/4/2007

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REUNION Former employees of the Carlton NSCT Yarn Mill in Cherryville will hold their 19th reunion April 12 at 5:30 p.m. at DJ’s Restaurant in Cherryville. For more information call (704) 435-2295 or (704) 435-6182. DAV FUNDRAISER Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 53 will be giving out “Forget-me-nots” (poppies) for…

Heavenly Paws makes for pampered pets

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The owners of Heavenly Paws know dogs aren’t too different from their human owners. “A lot of my dogs love to be pampered,” said Kelly Gernert, co-owner of the boarding house and grooming salon. “They like to have people talking to them. They like to feel like they’re special.” Heavenly…

YMCA

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Easter production

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Carolina Hardware a one-stop shop for many

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For over 30 years, Carolina Hardware has been a staple for Lincoln County gardeners. The store has been a part of Sheila Reep’s life since her mother Dot Dellinger built the place in 1975. Reep says the store started out small and was only half the size it is today.…

10th annual adult spelling bee winners

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Secret to success is loyalty and trust

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There are some people who know what they want to be when they grow up seemingly from birth. For others, it takes longer to figure things out. For Roger Williams, owner of Central Carolina Sprinkler Company, it just happened. “From the time I was in grammar school, all I ever…

Leadership and participation earn Crouse boys Troop of the Year title

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Members of Crouse’s Troop 87 aren’t just good Boy Scouts, together they make up Troop of the Year. “I was surprised,” said Eric Rayfield, 16, of the win. “But I knew we earned it.” The Heartland District Piedmont Council announced the troop’s win at a recognition banquet held March 1.…

Branch supervisor known for her book recommendations

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Selina Keever always knew she wanted to spend her life working with books. “I think reading is a relaxing escape,” said the West Lincoln Library branch supervisor. “You get to travel to places you never get to go to. It’s just a time you get to put everything aside and…