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Students study China by creating ‘local’ newspaper

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North Lincoln Middle School students recently received a valuable lesson in media relations. More specifically, a lesson on the ins and outs of creating a newspaper. Stephanie Schou, seventh-grade language-arts and social-studies instructor at NLMS had students create mock front pages using the local newspaper as a model. Schou incorporated…

Friends group helps bail out library

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This summer, a tropical downpour turned what was once a frustrating leak in the roof at the Shanklin Library into a flood. By the time it was finished, there were gaping holes where ceiling tiles had given way. Staff used buckets to collect the rainwater and the media room was…

Church actors serve up laughs with holiday play

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Last weekend, the Christian Life Center at Salem United Methodist Church in Denver was transformed into a theater. Members of the church – and a few members of the community – put on dinner theater performances of “Doc’s Holiday,” a play written by Pat Cook, on Friday and Sunday nights.…

Female excels as member of boys soccer squad

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DENVER — We’ve all seen the movies where a boy or girl dresses up as the opposite sex and proceeds to play for a team of the opposite gender. It’s all fun in the movies, but what is it really like? Lincoln Charter sophomore Dana Goldman found out as she…

Coming Up

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n DFD yearly meeting: The Denver Fire Department will host its annual meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at its headquarters on N.C. 16 in Denver. Chief Jay Flynn will give an overview of last year and next year. The department will also install a new board of directors. The meeting…

Community Calendar

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CLUBS, GROUPS Wayne’s monthly feasts Wayne’s second Friday monthly feast will be 9:45 a.m. Friday at Captain Pete’s Restaurant on N.C. 150 in Denver. The meeting will feature a presentation by Dr. Michael and Dr. Amanda Barker Assell with Advanced Family Eye Care. The cost is $6 per person. For…

LHS wrestling coach headed back to Iraq

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Imagine dropping everything at a moment’s notice – career and personal life – to travel thousands of miles from home. Could you do it? Would you do it? That’s exactly what Mike Watts, assistant wrestling coach at Lincolnton High School faces. Watts, who also teaches science at Asbury Middle School,…

Remembering the fight to take Iwo Jima

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At age 83, Charles “Dutz” Anthony lives a quiet life in North Brook, the same community where he grew up. Anthony’s life now is a far cry from what it was 63 years ago, when he was a young Marine fighting in one of the most famous battles of World…

Young Miss Denver

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Church Briefs

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DINNER THEATER Salem United Methodist Church, 378 N. Pilot Knob Road, Denver, will present the Christmas dinner theater production “Doc’s Holiday” 7 p.m. Friday and Sunday in the Christian Life Center. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for children 12 and under. For tickets,…