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Honoring the Earth

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Country School Project helps kids

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The McKendree Methodist Men have helped area school children for a decade. The Country School Project has helped children with payment for eye, dental and medical care. “In the 10 years we’ve been doing this, we’ve never turned down a request,” said William Keever, a member of the group. And…

Lincolnton locals hooked on competition

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The Heafner/Williams Vocal Competition takes place March 28 and 29 at the Lincoln Cultural Center. In the end, there can be only one. “It’s like a classical version of American Idol, and the kids are wonderful,” said Carolyn Heafner, who founded the competition along with her husband, Robert Williams. “They…

Lincoln County Home Educators present musical

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Members of Lincoln County Home Educators don’t spend all their time isolated at home. “They don’t miss out on anything. We have band and we have chorus. We have tennis,” said Anne Rhyne Bailey, who home-schools her children. “Home-schooling has come a long way.” They also have theater, and this…

Advocacy center may not get zoning

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The city of Lincolnton Planning Board chose not to recommend a rezoning request that would allow the Lincoln Coalition Against Child Abuse to relocate to a residential house where a double murder and suicide once took place. “The Planning Board recommendation is for denial, and there really wasn’t a specific…

KB getting the point

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Two seasons ago, Kendall Bethea was polishing off his Mustangs junior varsity MVP plaque. Nearly a week ago he was hoping to be holding up the 2A basketball state championship trophy, but the East Lincoln fell a game short. The junior, who has come a long way in two seasons,…

Taste event to feature eateries of east Lincoln

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The Denver Area Business Association will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a “tasteful” event to support area businesses and eateries. The Taste of Denver and Business to Business Expo, which will showcase Lake Norman area businesses and restaurants is scheduled for April 16 at the East Lincoln Community Center. DABA,…

Community Calendar

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Rock Spring Park hike The Catawba Lands Conservancy from 10 a.m. until noon this Saturday is hosting a hike through the newly created 116-acre Rock Springs Park off Campground Road in Denver. Conservancy volunteer Ron Bost will lead the moderate hike. Space is limited and registration is required a day…

Around Town 3/18/2009

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REVIVAL Southside Baptist Church will host a revival 7 p.m. this evening. The evening will include speaker, Dr. Dixon Free, special music and fellowship following the service. For more information, call (704) 735-2418. PRAYER BOOK CLASS St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 315 N. Cedar St., Lincolnton, will have a class on…

Cub Master 2008 named

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