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Safety and patriotism

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Avoid DWI – Don’t drink and drive!

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Billy Holubowich of Denver replayed a scene Saturday that law enforcement officers in Lincoln County see all-too often. He was asked to walk a straight line, touching foot to ankle, to see if he’d been driving while impaired. Fortunately, Holubowich wasn’t behind the wheel of a car after drinking: he…

Bitterness over sign controversy remains

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After a virtual war over allowing temporary signs ended via Lincoln County Commissioners approving businesses to have “floppy” signs in the county, the Denver businessman at the center of the controversy now wants to make peace with the group he fought against. Mark Cotter wants to now work with the…

Holy Spirit Catholic bids farewell to beloved priest

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Holy Spirit Catholic Church parishioners gathered on Sunday to say goodbye to the church’s longest-serving priest. The Rev. Joseph Ayathupadam spent over six of his 45 years in service to Holy Spirit. “He believed in us and he believed in this parish,” said church member Steve Beatty. Many credit Ayathupadam…

Lake Calendar

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WAYNE’S FEAST E.C. Beatty will provide music for July’s Wayne’s Second Friday Feast, 10 a.m. July 14. Cost is $6 per person and includes the tip. Reservations must be made by Sunday, July 9. For more information, call Celia and Paul Deese at (704) 483-4355. If your church group, school…

Around Town 6/26/2006

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KARAOKE PARTY The Lincoln County Coalition Against Child Abuse will hold a karaoke party 7 – 10 p.m. Thursday at the Kid’s Dome on N.C. 27 West for all upcoming middle school students. Entry fee is $5 with concessions available. All proceeds to Coalition, a United Way agency. For more…

On to Oz

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65th anniversary

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Lincoln County citizenry asked to fill out “Public Involvement Activity Community Questionnaire Public Dimension Assessment American Association of Museums”

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Last year, the Lincoln County Historical Association received a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to participate in the Public Dimension Assessment through the American Association of Museums (AAM). IMLS provides grants to museums to participate in the Museum Assessment Program (MAP), which is administered by…

For a good cause

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