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Limit lifted on fishing at lake

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RALEIGH — Striped bass anglers fishing Lake Norman will be able to keep four stripers of any size per day from July 1 to Sept. 30. The new regulation, approved by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission in March, allows anglers fishing Lake Norman to harvest striped bass that otherwise might…

Festive mood lit up the sky at celebration

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Denver came alive Saturday night with an early celebration of America’s birthday. The East Lincoln High School stadium stands were filled with a patriotic crowd who came to get involved in the evening’s festivities. The large crowd (above) that streamed into the stands enjoyed live entertainment, games and plenty to…

Around Town 7/4/2005

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WATER AEROBICS The Lincolnton Recreation Pool at Betty G. Ross Park is offering water aerobics on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. (7:30 to 8:30 p.m. after July 7th). Cost is $3 per session or $20 for the entire summer program. The class will meet July 5…

West Lincoln tractor repairman uses a lifetime of knowledge

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For much of his adult life, 86-year old, Everette Wise has made tractors, engines and mechanical dilemmas his life and he doesn’t have any plans of stopping soon. “I rebuild, restore and tune them up,” Wise said. “I do anything that needs to be done. I’ve been on my own…

Winning big in Kiddy Kountry

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Although a number of five-star daycare facilities received honors at the “State of the Young Child Recognition Ceremony,” one three-star facility also shined bright. The ceremony was held in Gaston County Wednesday night and Vale’s Kiddy Kountry Child Care received two awards. The center improved from one to three stars…

Protest art up another year

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Mannequins splattered with red paint and protest signs spouting “Go faster!” have lined a stretch of N.C. 18 for nearly a year. According to the owner, the art is here to stay. “I was going to take them down because there had not been a wreck since July 8,” said…

Kids get crafty

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Coming up with crafty ways to have fun will be the focus of a program at the North Brook Community Center this summer. The Kids’ Summer Craft Days program, sponsored by Lincolnton-Lincoln County Parks and Recreation, will take place on three Fridays. Sessions will be held on July 8 and…

Hot fun in the summertime

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Doubly delicious

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Camp roars with excitement

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SHERRILLS FORD— When campers come to Camp Dogwood, they can expect to leave with not just a relaxing vacation, but with lifelong friendships. The camp for visually-impaired people, located on Lake Norman and sponsored by the North Carolina Lions Foundation, runs from May 29 to Aug. 27 with a week…