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East Lincoln dramatists play ‘Spirit’ for laughs

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In the world of stage, comedic plays can often drive actors to tears because of their difficulty. But that isn’t stopping East Lincoln High School students from giving one a stab. On March 19-20, the spotlight will shine on a group of East Lincoln students performing Blithe Spirit. “It’s a…

California dreamer brings spa to Denver

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California native, Nicole Elmore had always dreamed of opening her own day spa. Little did she know that her dream would become reality sooner then she thought. “When I was 13, I did some reception work for an esthetician in California,” Elmore said. “I had a lot of fun and…

Around Town 3/9/2009

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SCHOOL BOARD MTG. The Lincoln Charter School Board will meet 6 p.m. this evening at the Lincolnton campus. COMMISSIONERS MTG. The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners will meet 6:30 p.m. this evening. All agenda items previously scheduled from the canceled March 2 meeting will be acted upon. MEN IN MISSION…

50th Anniversary

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Saturdays picked for snow make-ups

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Lincoln County Schools will make up snow days on two Saturdays — March 14 and April 4. Students will begin school at the regular time, but will be dismissed at noon. Breakfast and lunch will be served. “There were discussions about the use of Memorial Day and the use of…

Blank checks, equipment, tools stolen

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Authorities are on the lookout for a person who allegedly took hundreds of blank checks from a Denver business early Sunday morning. Steve Olson, owner of Steve’s Honda Service, reported to sheriff’s detectives that he found that someone had broken a window from the front door to gain entry into…

Sheriff’s team handed out 150 citations in February

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office’s Accelerated Criminal Enforcement Team issued more then 150 traffic citations for the month of February. The ACE Team issued 62 speeding violations, making it 38 percent of the total citations issued for the month, authorities said. Other traffic violations included registration law violations, expired inspection…

Around Town 3/6/2009

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LIFEGUARD TRAINING The Lincoln County American Red Cross will sponsor lifeguard training classes Monday through April 8 at the Lincoln County Family YMCA. The cost of the course is $150 for YMCA members and $200 for non-members. The cost includes training, books, a pocket mask, certification cards and the use…

Fair helps participants deal with financial problems

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A Financial Fitness Fair looking at everything from credit to unemployment to stress was conducted Thursday at the James W. Warren Citizens Center. “I firmly believe that everyone shares this in common — that we want to do more with the money we have,” said Leigh Guth, an extension agent.…

Plays postponed

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This weekend’s performances of Guys and Dolls at North Lincoln High School have been canceled. Performances will be 7:30 p.m. March 12 through 14 and 3 p.m. March 15. Due to snow days, East Lincoln High School’s production of Blithe Spirit will now be performed 7 p.m. March 19 through…