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CHRISTMAS AUCTION Westside House of Prayer will have a Christmas auction 10 a.m. Saturday at the Howards Creek Community Building. Food and drinks will be provided. All proceeds will benefit church projects. For more information, call Robin at (704) 860-2406. GOSPEL CONCERT Mountain View Baptist Church, 5045 East Maiden Road,…

Around Town 11/28/2008

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HOME EDUCATORS Lincoln County Home Educators’ 20th Anniversary Celebration will take place 7 p.m. tonight at Covenant Bible Church Family Life Center. There will be performances by the concert band, chorus, chorale and drama team. There will also be an exhibition of science, history, 4-H and art projects. BLOOD DRIVE…

Christmas time is here

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Getting ready for the parade

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Preparations for the Cat Square Christmas Parade are in full swing. Nominations for this year’s honorary mayor will be accepted Saturday at the Cat Square Superette. Voting will take place Dec. 6. “I’m not a political analyst, but I predict in our area a heavy turnout due to the election…

WLHS student powers vehicles with used oil

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When the cost of gas shot up, West Lincoln High School student Granger McKee, 18, decided to take matters into his own hands. McKee went to local car shops for used motor oil and local restaurants for used cooking oil. He used both to power his motor vehicles. “I looked…

Making blankets for kids in need

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Soup Kitchen Volunteer

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YMCA Prayer Breakfast

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Senior focuses on studies as she leads ladies b-ball team

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PUMPKIN CENTER — The North Lincoln Lady Knight’s basketball team is undergoing some changes this season. The biggest is new head coach David Johnson who took over for former head coach Mark Lackey. Another big change is the North Lincoln ladies team has gotten a lot younger. But one thing…

Scoopz offers new twist on ice cream

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Scoopz, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor in Denver, has put a modern twist on service. Not only does this ice cream shop sell an array of frozen treats but it also provides DVD rentals to customers. “We wanted to be a family-oriented business,” said co-owner William Morton. “Families (on-the-go) can…