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Habitat house seeks an owner

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Habitat for Humanity volunteers are looking for the perfect family to move into a completed home in western Lincoln County. The four-bedroom, two-bath house is located on rural Alf Hoover Road and was completed in 2004. John Pagel, vice president of Habitat in Lincoln County, hopes to get the message…

Five generations

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School staff says goodbye to summer

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Students aren’t the only ones who say goodbye to the freedom of summer. This week teachers across Lincoln County have been adjusting to life back in academia. Like their students, many are excited and ready to get started. They missed the routine and schedule of the school year and they…

ECA apple pies in high demand

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Lincoln County residents can’t get enough of the Extension Community Association’s homemade fried apple pies. “The first reason is they’re really good,” said Ruth Eurey, a member of the ECA. “The next is, people don’t want to make them.” It’s true that the process to produce a fried apple pie…

Five generations

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93rd birthday

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50th anniversary

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Dellinger of Pumpkin Center celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary July 30 at the family pond. The couple was married July 30, 1955 in York, S.C. The event was hosted by their children and grandchildren and attended by close family and friends. They have five children,…

Receiving relief from drug costs

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For seniors on a budget, buying expensive prescription drugs can be a challenge. Karen Leonhardt, director of Lincoln County Senior Services, has heard more than once, “We have to choose between food, shelter and prescription drugs.” Relief is now coming to seniors who have been forced to make that choice.…

‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore’ to be performed in Lincolnton

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The gospel musical “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” will have an encore performance at the James W. Warren Citizens Center this Saturday. “This time it’s for soul purposes,” said Ivey Robinson, the show’s creator. “We’re out to win souls. There’s no other way around.” The play was first performed in…

Soldier honored

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