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Grand opening

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Online college-level courses for Lincoln County Schools high school students?

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Lincoln County Schools students may soon see their class options expand to the virtual world. The Board of Education is considering partnerships with the North Carolina Virtual Public School, University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the NC Community College System to offer online college and high school classes next…

Grand opening

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Couple finds joy in sponsoring children

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As sponsors of Lincolnton Optimist teams, Bobby and Carolyn Beam go the extra mile for their players. They’ve taken children to Hickory Crawdads baseball games and had them picked up in limousines after their last game. No matter what, they make sure the players have a good time playing and…

Honoring the past

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Christian Academy honor roll

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The following students have been named to Lincoln Christian Academy A/B honor roll for the fourth nine weeks: Pre-K students Jolee Longshore and Steven Penalver. Kindergartners Hayden Auton, Beth Glance and Wade Meroney. First- and second-grade students Katie Fox, Melinda Krohmer, Angel Krukowski, Shelton Radebaugh and Morgan Bennett. Third- and…

Junior Charity League of Shelby to present 55 debutantes

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Fifty-five young women from area cities and towns will be presented to society in the Junior Charity League of Shelby’s 61st Annual Debutante Ball June 16. The ball will be held at Cleveland Community College in Shelby and include the debutantes, their chief marshals, assistant marshals, mothers and invited guests.…

Around Town 6/6/2007

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VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible School at Shady Grove Baptist Church, 3240 Tryon Courthouse Road, Cherryville runs June 18-22 from 6:15 – 8:30 p.m. Call (704) 435-9605. GOSPEL SINGING There will be a gospel singing 6 p.m. Saturday at Iron Station Missionary Church, corner of Will Schronce and Hovis roads.…

Volunteers keep Shanklin library grounds sparkling

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Keeping the grounds of the Florence S. Shanklin library in east Lincoln tidy and beautiful takes an entire community’s green thumb. Every Thursday morning a group of volunteers — both Master Gardeners and amateurs — gather to plant, rake and keep up the memorial garden and walking trail dedicated to…