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Potter sticks with tradition

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Kim Ellington has lived in West Virginia, Germany and the woods of Waynesboro, but, in his opinion, Lincoln County is the most impressive place he’s ever called home. “Lincoln County as far as I’m concerned is the center of the earth for pottery,” Ellington said. Ellington, now 53, started studying…

Unconventional groundbreaking

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Ministry offers meal

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Benefit game aids Virginia Tech

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Many people around the country were touched by the events of April 16, 2007, when a gunman opened fire on the campus of Virginia Tech, killing 32 people before turning the gun on himself. Yet for some, the Virginia Tech massacre hit a little closer to home. J.T. Spanos, who…

Optimists set essay contest

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The East Lincoln Optimist Club invites Denver-area students to participate in an essay scholarship contest that could award up to $6,000 in college scholarships. Participants must elaborate on the topic “Today’s Choices Shape My Future.” The top three writers selected by three East Lincoln community members will be given medallions.…

50th Reunion

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Around Town 12/24/2007

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CHRISTMAS SERVICE A drop-in Christmas Eve communion service will be tonight beginning at 9:30 p.m. at Crouse United Methodist Church, Old N.C. 150, Crouse. All are invited. For more information, call (704) 735-8629. NEW YEAR’S PARTY Holy Spirit Catholic Church will host a New Year’s Eve Party at 8 p.m.…

Lawing household has special furniture

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A lot of the furniture in Tony and Margaret Lawing’s Lincoln County home is special. It didn’t come from a furniture store, or even an antique store. It came from Tony Lawing’s workshop. “It’s just an interest,” said Lawing of the hobby that has filled up his house with handcrafted…

Grand opening

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Commissioners OK emergency plan

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From manmade and natural disasters to pandemics and epidemics, county emergency responders have updated how they will handle a host of emergency scenarios if a catastrophe strikes locally. County Commissioners Monday adopted the plan. Funded with a $20,000 grant and nearly a year’s worth of work, the plan helps county…