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Around Town 11/30/2005

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DEMOCRAT MEN The next meeting of the Democratic Mens Group of Lincoln County will be at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Lincoln House Restaurant, 604 Clark Drive. Topics will include the proposed Sedimentation and Erosion ordinance,, East Lincoln incorporation and the upcoming Christmas Party at the new Democratic Party Headquarters.…

Looking back on 101 years of life

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How can you live to the ripe old age of 101? Well, if you follow the example of Sarah Alexander, a resident of Wexford House in Denver, you should eat chocolate, avoid green vegetables, drink wine and stay away from the gym. “My mother does not believe in exercise,” said…

Lincoln Arts Council announces new exhibit

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An opening reception for the art exhibit “Holiday in the Woods” will be held from 4 – 8 p.m. on Sunday at the Lincoln Cultural Center. The Lincoln Arts Council is hosting the reception and exhibit, which will feature the work of Ginny Kolozvari and Don Olsen. The art will…

Prelude to the holidays

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Around Town 11/25/2005

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CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE E.F. Drum Funeral Home will have a Christmas open house from 1 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. A memorial tree will be featured, where the public is invited to bring an ornament in memory of a loved one who passed away. Light refreshments will be served. For…

Leaders are readers

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Newlyweds honeymoon with Hurricane Wilma

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Billy and Beth Sisk’s wedding trip to Cancun, Mexico had a lot of firsts — first time on an airplane, first time out of the country… first time surviving a life-threatening hurricane. The couple cemented their nine-year relationship, which had produced a son, at an Oct. 15 wedding and by…

West Lincoln Optimists raise funds by selling trees

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With a new president on board, the West Lincoln Optimist Club has changes ahead, beginning with its first-ever Christmas tree sale. “This Christmas tree sale should be the catalyst in the restructuring of the club,” said Jeff Adams, who has been president of the club for two months. The trees…

Coats

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Sign ordinance much-discussed topic at planning board meeting

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Proposed changes to the county’s sign ordinance were tackled during the Nov. 16 meeting of the Lincoln County Planning Board. According to East Lincoln Area Council Chairman Todd Wulfhorst, the meeting with the planning board was the culmination of ELAC’s work with the county. “We’ve been discussing the sign issue…