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Adopt-a-cop fun

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Wednesday was a day of both seriousness and fun at Betty G. Ross Park. This week has been dedicated as a tribute to law enforcement personnel and Wednesday’s event was part of the Adopt-A-Cop program. Following a ceremony in which the DAV (Disabled American Veterans) paid homage, activities such as…

Genuine spirit of fun and caring marks uniqueness of Denver’s Salon Genesis

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The minute you walk through the door, don’t be surprised if you are greeted by the sound of fun, good-natured laughter. It won’t be coming just from the people working there, but also the clientele. That’s how it should be according Lincolnton resident Brandie Clark, owner and operator of Salon…

LKN SK8 team tops

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A Denver team of adolescence skated away with second place at a national skateboarding competition held in Minnesota April 26-29. The team from LKN SK8 Shop, made up of youths ages 11-18, finished the fifth annual Top Shop Team Skateboard Competition and Trade Show, held earlier this year in St.…

Around Town 5/16/2007

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POOR MAN’S SUPPER/ AUCTION Southside Baptist Church, 1725 Southside Road, will have a Poor Man’s Supper and Auction 6 p.m. Saturday to benefit a planned mission trip. Pinto beans, potatoes, cornbread and slaw will be served. The auction will include miscellaneous items. The cost is $5. Call (704) 735-2418. SUNDAY…

Charity in the bag

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DAR darlings

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Jordan Sain (pictured above, left), a senior at West Lincoln High School, was recently selected as the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen of Lincoln County for 2007. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Sain of Vale. Skye Lewis (pictured above, right), a member of the…

Lincoln teachers to go on scientific adventure

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This summer, two Lincoln County teachers will experience the natural world like never before as part of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ Educators of Excellence Institutes. Linda B. Yoder of North Lincoln High School will be going to the Yellowstone Ecology Institute from June 9-17. At America’s first…

Readying a day out on the lake

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Racing into record book?

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For the past two years, Terry Brotherton has held a fundraiser at the East Lincoln Motor Speedway raising money for the East Lincoln Christian Ministry. For this year’s third annual “Clash of the Clergy,” Terry Brotherton is doing more than raising money, he wants to set a world record. “I’m…

50th Anniversary

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