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Civic involvement important to business

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INK Restore will recycle used ink cartridges, remanufacture them and refill them, but their ultimate goal is to keep the consumer out of the red ink by providing lower cost products of equal value. The remanufactured cartridges available at INK Restore are around 50 percent cheaper than original cartridges, which…

ESC honors local company

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The Lincoln County Employment Security Commission/JobLink Career Center awarded Robert Bosch Tool Corporation as a recipient of the 2005 ESC Employer award. Robert Bosch Tool Corporation, formerly known as Vermont American, began in Lincoln County in 1960 as the Threadit Division of American Saw & Tool. The company has earned…

Flipped

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One for the pooch and one for the pussycat

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And coming ‘round the fourth turn heading for the checkered flag is…

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Surprise party thrown for retiring math teacher

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Students, teammates and parents honored Lincolnton Middle School sixth-grade teacher Betsy Williams with a surprise retirement party her last full day of teaching. Honored as “Queen of Math,” she was presented with a dozen yellow roses, tiara and ribbon bearing the legend, “LMS Math Queen.” Her students presented her with…

Boat owners advised to take precautions against break-ins

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Keeping your boat safe from break-ins this summer is something that many boaters should be aware of. “We advise folks that if there is anything that they can take off boats that they should do so,” said sheriff’s Lt. Howard Eason, district supervisor for the eastern end of the county.…

New lake patrol officer a familiar face to many

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A new face will be on the lake this summer, but it’s one some long time residents may remember. Jeff Warlick is now the new Lincoln County lake patrol officer as of Friday, returning back full-time after retiring from the Sheriff’s Office four years ago. “Jeff is a really good…

Grant to upgrade fire equipment

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The Denver Volunteer Fire Department was awarded an $8,630.70 grant from the state of North Carolina in order to help provide updated equipment and supplies. The grant was issued on Dec. 15 from the Department of Insurance and the Office of the State Fire Marshal after the Denver Fire Department…

Lake Calendar

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QUILTING CLASS One six hour class will be held from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on June 4. Cost is $45. For more information contact the Quilter’s Haven at (704) 483-5999. DEMOCRACTIC PRECINCT MEETING The Democratic meeting for the Denver precinct will be held at 7 p.m. on June 7…