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Making over Mainstreet Grille

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It may be a shock for some, but Mainstreet Cafй and Grille no longer serves hot dogs or hamburgers. In fact, quite a few of its dishes are down right healthy. So how has the downtown Lincolnton restaurant managed to keep its customers happy? Turns out the food is tasty.…

I may not be Cupid in real life….

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(Above) Sandy Maune receives help from Steve Zickefoose…er, correction, Cupid, with some questions as she is taking a Valentine’s Day quiz. Later, after the “exam,” Zickefoose — we mean, Cupid — handed out prizes. One went to (above photo) Priscilla Wise. Another went to Hettie Turner (right photo). All this…

Weekend fun in Denver

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From girl scout cookies to basketball, many had fun in Denver over the weekend. Above, Joey Royko dribbles the basketball for the Gamecocks around Travis Cannon of the Blue Devils in a game of Optimist Basketball at the East Lincoln Community Center. Below, a customer (who didn’t want to give…

Around Town 2/13/2006

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BLOODMOBILE A bloodmobile will be at Boger City Volunteer Fire Department today from 2:30-7 p.m. A bloodmobile will be at Lincoln Medical Center on Valentine’s Day from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. MEETING The Lincoln County Republican’s Women’s Club meets 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the House of Pizza. Representative Joe…

50th Anniversary

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Edgar Moore and Hazel Clark married Feb. 6, 1956 in York, South Carolina.…

Leadership Lincoln 2006

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Love letter – a perfect Valentine

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Flowers, chocolate, cute teddy bears dressed in pink sweaters – that’s not what Valentine’s Day is about. Although she’s in the business of selling romance, Ronda Phillips admits the most romantic thing she’s ever received came from pen, paper and the heart of her husband. Owner of Ronda Lenex Floral…

Principal takes on challenges

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(This is the second story in a Black History Month series featuring profiles of Lincoln County community members.) Growing up in Cherryville, Denise Patterson always knew what she wanted to do with her life. “I’ve just always had this heartfelt love for children,” she said. “I don’t know, I’ve just…

Exhibit explores embroidery today

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Intricate embroidered pieces that took hundreds of hours to create will be on display at the Lincoln Cultural Center this month. “Embroidery Today” features the work of the Golden Needles Chapter of the Emroiderers’ Guild of America. The exhibit gives the group a chance to show off as well as…