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Coast to Coast to play for Alive After Five

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Coast to Coast will play at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Griffin Insurance Agency/Nationwide Insurance Alive After Five concert series in downtown Lincolnton. The performance by the Lincolnton-based band will be presented by Bank of America. The “beach, boogie and blues band” has a set list that includes “Mustang Sally,”…

‘Frazzled Female’ seminar set

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Cindi Wood knows what it’s like to be a “frazzled female.” And on Sept. 6, other women who may feel the same way will get a chance to learn from Wood how to handle the stress of everyday life. Wood will present her Frazzled Female Breakaway Seminar from 9 a.m.…

Concert raises $2,377

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The Antsy McClain and the Trailer Park Troubadours benefit concert, held Aug. 8, at North Lincoln High School, raised $2,377 for the Lincoln County Coalition Against Domestic Violence. According to attorney John Cutchin, who organized the fundraiser, local attorneys and judges were asked to donate funds at one of three…

Hardship story aids in woman’s plight

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The Lincoln-Times Shoreline staff has received numerous calls in response to the article published Aug. 20, “Poor find living even tougher.” The story focused on how people suffering economic hardship in east Lincoln County face a unique set of problems including higher taxes, fewer opportunities for affordable housing and a…

Taking a swing

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QUESTION of the WEEK

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“Do you think east Lincoln County needs to have a permanent office for social services?” Kristen Sorrento, Denver: “I don’t know. I don’t know of any services here. I guess it would be good. I’m not really aware of the need for that here, but I wouldn’t want to voice…

Constitution Week

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Community Calendar

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CLUBS, GROUPS Denver days talent show Denver Days Fall Festival organizers are holding their first-ever talent show at 6 p.m. on Sept. 13 at Salem United Methodist Church in Denver. Admission is $5. Kids under 3 years old get in free. All entries must be received by Sept. 4. For…

Benefit to help sarcoidosis patient

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Even the simple tasks make Charlene Travis tired. The 49-year-old Denver resident has been living since 1998 with sarcoidosis, an immune system disorder that produces clumps of cells affecting organ function, most commonly in the lungs. The disease has spread to her liver and now she is awaiting a liver…

Vale women wins ‘dreams’ contest

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Kathryn Shidal of Vale said she “couldn’t believe” she won Fifth Third Bank’s “Fulfill Your Dreams” sweepstakes out of thousands of entries in North Carolina. “ … This is the first time I’ve won anything, well, besides [my husband],” the 81-year-old said. “I’m still shaking. I just can’t believe it…