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Around Town 9/3/2007

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MEETING The Lincoln County Board of Health will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the conference room of the Lincoln County Health Department. BLOOD DRIVE The Denver Community Blood Drive will be held from 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m,. Monday, Sept. 10, at the Baptist Church..…

Wreck victim improving

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A North Lincoln High School student in critical condition since an Aug. 13 car wreck recently was upgraded to fair condition, according to Carolinas Medical Center officials in Charlotte. Vital signs are stable for Mackenzie Dean Lynch, 16, and he is conscious but may be uncomfortable, said a hospital spokesperson.…

College fair helps students make decisions

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Students may have barely gotten their feet wet in a new school year, but high school juniors and seniors should be already looking ahead. To help students prepare for life after graduation, Lincoln County Schools will host its annual college fair at the James W. Warren Citizens Center Wednesday. “I…

67th Wedding Anniversary

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Robert and Corene Lindsay of Vale celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary Aug. 31. They were married in Gaffney, S.C. on Aug. 31, 1940. They celebrated by going out to eat just the two of them. They are the parents of Carl Lindsay of Vale, Faith Pruitte of Rutherfordton and the…

Eagle Scout

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Fresh start for old and new teachers

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Whether it’s their first year on the job or their last, west Lincoln teachers have geared up for a new school year. Here are three teachers who are excited about what the school year has in store for them: The rookie Sarah Payseur graduated from Appalachian State in May, and…

Home studio turns to classroom for former high-school teacher

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After Lincoln Charter School’s high school moved to Denver, its art teacher decided to stay behind in west Lincoln and teach lessons out of her home. “That’s way too far for me to drive,” said Debbie Phillips of Debbie’s Designs. “Gas will eat you up.” Phillips now teaches three classes…

Happy Birthday

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Youth mission has lasting impact

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This summer, as in summers past, a group of kids from Rhyne Heights United Methodist Church in Lincolnton made it their mission to make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. The group of 12, along with youth leader Ann Edwards and husband Don, went to Hinton Rural…

Hart leaves Lincoln schools for Rowan-Salisbury

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Lincoln County Schools associate superintendent of human resources, Walter Hart, has accepted a new position with Rowan-Salisbury Schools. Hart said the decision was difficult, but his new position as assistant superintendent of administration will allow him to be closer to family members and expand his career. “It definitely allows for…