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Senior potters get their hands dirty

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Lincoln County seniors learned the joys of creating from clay during a workshop at Rising Sun Pottery in Lincolnton. “A lot of them have never worked with clay before,” said Gary Lee, owner of Rising Sun Pottery. “Now all of a sudden it’s like ‘Whoa, we could have been doing…

89-year-old woman remembers North Brook Elementary

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Vevett Arthur spent 30 of her 89 years teaching at North Brook Elementary School, the school she attended as a child in west Lincoln. Today she remembers the years spent in school and the changes that followed. Born and raised a farm girl Born and raised in the house down…

Alpharma’s pharmaceutical reach circles the globe

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Don’t be fooled by Lincolnton’s small-town feeling, because believe it or not, the reach of one Lincolnton business stretches worldwide. “Alpharma is a generic pharmaceutical manufacturer,” said Tom Miltier who works in Human Resources. “It’s the fifth largest in the world with sales exceeding one billion worldwide.” Alpharma is active…

Lincoln County’s Luis Lobo remembers those who helped him up ladder of success

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Many Americans trace their heritage, sometimes back to the ancestors who entered Ellis Island. For Luis Lobo, ancestry and culture defines who he is and how his family affected Lincoln County. “We were the first Hispanic family that we are aware of in Lincolnton,” Lobo said. “I was the first…

Around Town 7/20/2005

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REUNION The Larkin and Frances Kiser Reunion will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Landers Chapel United Methodist Church, 1205 Long Shoals Road. All descendants are welcome should bring a picnic lunch. FISH FRY A fish fry sponsored by Poplar Springs Church will be held in the parking lot of…

From Mother Russia

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Neighborhood produce stand teaching tool of both responsibility and of trust

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Driving around the corner of Lakeshore Road South in Westport, those passing by might notice a little stand on the side of the road filled with ripe, juicy produce and a very intriguing sign that reads, “Kids Veggies.” The sign and the stand, located at the end of a driveway,…

Rotary swears in new officers

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The Denver/Lake Norman Rotary club turned over a new leaf at last Wednesday’s meeting as new officers were for 2005-2006 were installed. At that meeting, Joe Lampron, then-current president, handed over his title to Marty Smith. Smith said he was honored to be named the new president of the Denver/Lake…

Residents, pro and con, turn out for Wal-Mart hearing

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Residents of east Lincoln came out Thursday night to learn more about Wal-Mart and how representatives plan to deal with issues such as crime and traffic. The basketball stands at the East Lincoln Community center were filled as residents both vented and praised the proposed Super Wal-Mart that has plans…

Lake Calendar

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QUILTING CLASS The Quilter’s Haven will hold a one-hour class on how to make a Dresden plate wallhanging. The class entitled, “Christmas in July,” is designed to get in the holiday spirit in the middle of summer. The class will be held July 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.…