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LHS High-Q team ready for face-off

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Lincolnton High School’s High-Q team will be making its second trip in two weeks to Mars Hill College, but they don’t mind at all. The group will be competing in the finals of the Knowledge Bowl Saturday, after placing third during preliminaries March 24. This weekend, the top eight teams…

Register now for kindergarten

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The first day of school may seem like a long ways away, but school officials are urging parents to enroll their kindergartners as soon as possible. Lincoln County Schools began its Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning (DIAL) screening for kindergartners Thursday at county elementaries for the upcoming year.…

Around Town 3/30/2007

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CROUSE UNITED METHODIST Crouse United Methodist Church, N.C. 150, Crouse, will have its annual Easter egg hunt 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Saturday. Treats, games, light refreshments and egg hunt. The First Sunday lunch is 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. this Sunday. Plates by donation, and proceeds toward the building…

Secret to success is loyalty and trust

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There are some people who know what they want to be when they grow up seemingly from birth. For others, it takes longer to figure things out. For Roger Williams, owner of Central Carolina Sprinkler Company, it just happened. “From the time I was in grammar school, all I ever…

Leadership and participation earn Crouse boys Troop of the Year title

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Members of Crouse’s Troop 87 aren’t just good Boy Scouts, together they make up Troop of the Year. “I was surprised,” said Eric Rayfield, 16, of the win. “But I knew we earned it.” The Heartland District Piedmont Council announced the troop’s win at a recognition banquet held March 1.…

Around Town 3/28/2007

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ROAD CLOSING N.C. 16, between Hagers Ferry Road and Unity Church Road will have construction work being done Thursday from 7 p.m. – 7 a.m. The road will not be closed, but traffic will be shifted into a different pattern. The northbound lane will be more affected. $1 RELAY YARD…

Chance to go to prom and support the troops

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The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit 240 is giving a second chance to people who missed the prom their first time around. “They wanted us to think outside of the box, so the women at Unit 240 decided ‘Let’s have a second-chance prom,’” said Daisy Luther, president of the ladies…

DFD blood drive stresses need for gift

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Anyone in good health, at least 17 years of age and at least 110 pounds has an automatic gift they can share with others: donating blood, which is the gift of life. It’s a gift that saves on average 4.5 million Americans each year through blood transfusions. Unfortunately, the upcoming…

Denver group dedicate to everything `mommie`

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Sounds of children laughing and playing can be heard from the top floor of Sweet Things Dessert Bar & Coffee Shop each Friday morning. It’s not a preschool meeting; it’s a group of mommies and children that both help the children interact and give mothers a badly-needed break. It’s the…

Lincolnton woman’s car accident injuries “significant” in accident

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Support is something Sue Knittel is grateful for; support in business by customers and employees and support in life from friends and family. Since opening her Sweet Things Coffee Shop and Dessert Bar in Denver earlier this year, Knittel has enjoyed a level of success rarely seen by new business.…