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Receiving relief from drug costs

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For seniors on a budget, buying expensive prescription drugs can be a challenge. Karen Leonhardt, director of Lincoln County Senior Services, has heard more than once, “We have to choose between food, shelter and prescription drugs.” Relief is now coming to seniors who have been forced to make that choice.…

ECA apple pies in high demand

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Lincoln County residents can’t get enough of the Extension Community Association’s homemade fried apple pies. “The first reason is they’re really good,” said Ruth Eurey, a member of the ECA. “The next is, people don’t want to make them.” It’s true that the process to produce a fried apple pie…

Five generations

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Katherine’s Grill a dream come true

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It’s one-stop shopping. Pump the gas, pick up merchandise at the convenience store and eat at Katherine’s Grill. The grill, located off Time’s Store on North Aspen Street, is perfect for customers on the go. The restaurant offers dine-in or carry-out, serving fresh meat every day. Which is how owner…

Homeschool workshop series scheduled

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Misty Spinelli will be conducting “Learning More About Educating Your Child” from 1 – 3 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26 in the auditorium of the Catawba Science Center in Hickory. The workshop will focus on educational philosophies, implementation and learning styles. The purpose is to provide an understanding of these…

Lake Calendar

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EAST LINCOLN REPUBLICAN WOMEN The East Lincoln Republican Women will meet Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. at Fairfield United Methodist Church. For more information call Frances Digh, (704) 483-3125. LINCOLN COUNTY DEMOCRATIC MEN The Lincoln County Democratic Men will meet on Aug. 18 at 7 p.m. at Captain’s Cap Restaurant,…

Church readies centennial celebration

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In a time before electricity, cars, telephones or radios, the story of a church began. It started at the old signboard school house at Old Plank and Vesuvius Furnace roads. It was a mission started by the Rev. Phillip W. Bangle, pastor of Mountain View Church, to hold a summer…

Around Town 8/17/2005

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DOG CLASSES First Class Kennel in Dallas is taking reservations for Basic Obedience classes and Puppy Kindergarten. All breeds and ages are welcome. Classes are Aug. 30 and Aug. 31 in the evenings. Call for more information, (704) 922-1551. AUDITIONS The Lincoln Arts Council and the Cherryville Little Theater will…

‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore’ to be performed in Lincolnton

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The gospel musical “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” will have an encore performance at the James W. Warren Citizens Center this Saturday. “This time it’s for soul purposes,” said Ivey Robinson, the show’s creator. “We’re out to win souls. There’s no other way around.” The play was first performed in…

Soldier honored

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