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Crazy big cantaloupe

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61st Anniversary

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Local teen goes from extra to actress on “One Tree Hill”

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For three sleep-deprived days, a local teen lived the fabulous life of a television actor while working on the WB drama “One Tree Hill.” Kathryn Geerken, a rising senior at East Lincoln High School, survived the workdays, which would often last until 7:30 a.m., with energy drinks and ice cream.…

50th Anniversary

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Grand opening Saturday for Christian bookstore in Denver

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Adorned with bibles, devotional cards, church supplies, music and literature, Lighthouse Christian Store and Gift Shop is ready to serve Denver. The store opened Monday as a second location to the one that is already in Lincolnton. “For the last three years we have felt the need to open another…

“Tis open-air, and good Shakespeare thy fare”

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The month of August can now be known as the month of the Bard. The Lincoln Theatre Guild will be performing William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at various parks in Lincoln County on Friday and Saturday nights this month. The shows are sponsored by Century…

Reaching community the vision and goal of YMCA`s executive director

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Prioritizing is a part of life we all do, sometimes without realizing it. Ron Johnston will quickly tell you, God, family and the YMCA are the most important to him. Johnston is the executive director of the YMCA in Lincolnton, where he oversees all the operations of the facility. “When…

Crouse school supply drive under way

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CROUSE — The little old ladies of the Crouse Home Extension Club — and some men, too — are “packing up” and reaching out to the community. The club, which started over 50 years ago, is putting on a school supply and backpack drive for local, needy children in August,…

One Singular Sensation

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Debutantes honored

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