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  Thanks for recognizing veterans   I would like to thank the staff and students of Lincoln Charter School West campus for the honor they showed to the veterans at the Veteran’s Breakfast. Your kindness shown to all veterans will never be forgotten. I was asked what age I was…

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  Veterans Day Parade   In response to Ms. Helms letter: I do appreciate the concern about the traffic during the parade. As one of the organizers, that side of the parade fell through the cracks and has already been addressed and the problem will be fixed next year. I…

OUR VIEW — Election split almost wasn’t

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The candidates agreed — the election of one Democrat and one Republican councilman in the Nov. 5 City of Lincolnton elections showed that voters want the members of the City Council to work together to solve the city’s problems. The reality is that the Republicans very narrowly missed being swept…

Recipes better than disgruntled employees

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist For about 40 years I have had the pleasure of being part of the recipe contest at the Lincoln Times- News. I like it that I now know many of Lincoln County’s best cooks. We’ve become friends and I knew if one or all passed their…

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  Parade organization lacking   I attended the Veterans Day Parade down town (on Monday). While I loved the parade and the people lining the streets, I was very upset by the planning. No one had blocked off the streets for the parade. I don’t know who was in charge…

Reader’s Forum — 11-13-13

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Thanks to Union Elementary Patriotism is alive and well in west Lincoln County. I had the privilege of attending a veteran’s appreciation breakfast at Union School last Friday. The food by Fatz Café was excellent, the program was heartwarming, and the children were very sincere in their singing of patriotic…

OUR VIEW — Thank a veteran

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  MICHAEL GEBELEIN MANAGING EDITOR We should treat every day like Veteran’s Day. The United States’ position as one of the most wealthy and powerful nations on the planet means that, inevitably, there will always be new enemies for us. There will always be those who seek to do us…

Let’s welcome the pilgrims before Christmas

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KATHRYN YARBRO Guest Columnist We weathered Halloween with all the spooks and goblins and now let’s give time to the pilgrims and turkeys before the elves rush in with Santa and the reindeer. The mailman delivered the Christmas catalogs before we threw out the pumpkins. I remember when the holiday…

Reader’s Forum — 11-6-13

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Our congressional bunch I, like many citizens, have followed the congressional journey to solve our National Health Care issues along with our $17 trillion debt and the urgent need to raise this limit. The battle has been fought with one side claiming victory and the other admitting they fought a…

Reader’s Forum — 11-4-13

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Towns may have lower taxes, but also have garbage fees I am writing to complete Dr. Bill Hitt’s letter of last week where he asserted that a number of cities surrounding us had a lower property tax than the City of Lincolnton. While he is correct, he did not explain…