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Rachel Watkins, an artist living on N.C. 18 in western Lincoln County, created protest art on her lawn after several wrecks occurred in front of her home. After many phone calls, Watkins has received a speed checker from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office. She has also been told by officials…

4-H`ers attend state Electric Congress

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Derreck Sherrill, 16, of Vale was recognized with a Electric Recruiter Award, during the 57th Annual State 4-H Electric Congress held July 12-14 at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. He is the son of Todd and Janet Sherrill. Holly Mills, 14, of Belmont was recognized as a County…

Turning over tragedy

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For almost half her life, Joy Stout has cared for her infant son, Andrew Proffitt. Stout gave birth to Andrew when she was 19. A car accident that same year took her son’s eyesight and part of his brain capacity. It also took the lives of her husband and mother-in-law.…

Hooked on Harmony

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CONOVER — Barbershop harmony echoes through the halls of Trinity Reformed United Church of Christ each Thursday night. The uplifting sounds come from the voices of Carolina Style Chorus, a chapter of the Sweet Adelines. “I love the music. It’s just a different sound,” said Jean Danaher, chorus director. Danaher…

85th Birthday

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50th Anniversary

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Children experience Summer Ventures with 4-H

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The month of June was a time of true Summer Ventures for the children attending Lincoln County Cooperative Extension’s 4-H’s day camp programs. Educational activities included, absorbing the need for milk by making “kick the can ice cream,” delving into international foods and cultures of France, Japan, Kenya and Mexico,…

What`s in a name?

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Mom’s absence doesn’t slow down business at sub shop David and Darla Melton joke about the identity of “Mom” of Mom’s Sub Shop on Dave Warlick Drive. “Depending on what mood I’m in, sometimes I’ll tell people it’s me,” David says. “They’ll freak out.” Other times Darla accepts the name…

4-Hers rewarded for achievements

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Lincoln County 4-Hers traveled to Raleigh recently to attend 4-H State Congress. Congress is the high point of the 4-H year, bringing young people from across the state to the North Carolina State University campus for a week of activity. This year’s Congress was July 19-23. Jennifer Sherrill, 19, daughter…

5oth Anniversary

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