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Around Town 2/22/2010

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WLHS FAIR All rising 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students of West Lincoln High School and their parents are invited to a curriculum fair from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. this evening in the new gym. CURRICULUM FAIR All rising 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students of North…

Parade of Tables

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Wedding: Dellinger, Hawkins

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Hayley Danielle Dellinger and James Robert Hawkins exchanged marriage vows October 25, 2009 at Spirit Life PWC Church of God. Pastor Gary Smith officiated the 12:15 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Robert and Lisa Jenkins of Taylorsville and David Dellinger of Vale. Grandmother is Betty Bennett of…

Engagement: Scronce, Ketner

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Paige Ashley Scronce and Blake Edward Ketner announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Paige is the daughter of Gregory and Patricia Scronce of Newton. She is pursuing a Master`s Degree in Health Administration at UNC Charlotte. Blake is the son of Becky Ketner and the late Ed Ketner of Lincolnton.…

Engagement: Wesson, Loftis

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Emily Renae Wesson and Jason David Loftis announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Emily is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wesson of Vale. She is a 2005 graduate of West Lincoln High School. She attends Western Carolina University and will graduate in May 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree…

Soil and Water Essay winners

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Lane reclaims lead in Iron Station

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A familiar face is back at Al Lane Motorsports. Al Lane, who originally opened the business 33 years ago, has returned. He took ownership of the Iron Station business earlier this month. Last year, Lane sold the business, but the arrangement did not work out, and he decided to repurchase…

Westside Dollar General gets approval from county

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Lincoln County Commissioners approved a request that will bring Dollar General to Howard’s Creek Township. On Monday, Commissioners unanimously approved the request from Piedmont Companies of Lincolnton. The store 91,000-square-foot store will sit at the corner of West N.C. 27 and Cat Square Road. Piedmont will also purchase some additional…

Schools kick off kindergarten registration

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Kindergarten registration has kicked off for Lincoln County Schools. Between now and March 5, parents must register their children at their future schools. “We’re just looking forward to having the new upcoming kindergarten students,” said Glenda Walker, elementary director for Lincoln County Schools. “And our kindergartens are absolutely a great…

Students raise funds for Haitian children

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The students in Regina Young’s class at Norris Childers Elementary School may only be in the third grade, but they understand that something terrible happened in Haiti, and they wanted to do what they could to help. “They’re very concerned,” Young said. “They’ve seen a lot of things on TV…