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‘Dinner with Poe’ debuts

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The Lincoln Theatre Guild’s production of “Dinner with Poe” opens just in time for Halloween. “All his stuff has a dark subject matter,” Kelly Abernethy, director of “Dinner with Poe,” said. “There’s this underlying creepiness. It’s very macabre. He just wanted you to get in touch with that dark part…

LEDA is honored for biz retention

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The Lincoln Economic Development Association received an award for its Existing Business Program from the International Economic Development Council at IEDC’s annual conference, held Oct. 19-22 in Atlanta. LEDA was recognized in the category of Business Retention and Expansion for organizations covering an area with a population of 50,000-200,000. “They…

Homecoming queen crowned

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Higher gasoline prices linger in east Lincoln Co.

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While pump prices are easing across North Carolina, gas station owners in east Lincoln County have been slower to lower their rates compared to others just a few miles away, an analysis of regional markets shows. Since Hurricane Rita rumbled ashore in Texas on Sept. 13 – wreaking havoc on…

J.F. Seagle Day declared

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Lincoln Charter School receives turn lane

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The Attorney General’s Office, two former Charlotte mayors, senior North Carolina Department of Traffic officials, county commissioners and the county manager all weighed in on the controversy. Now, more than a year after Lincoln Charter School in Denver opened, construction could begin this week on a left turn lane to…

Science fair provides hands-on learning for students

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An entire science lab came to S. Ray Lowder Elementary School Tuesday courtesy of the Catawba Science Center. Science center educators visited the school’s six science stations to give hands-on learning experiences to students, parents and faculty. During The Science Inquiry Health Investigator’s Festival, students visited each station, taking in…

McGruff the Crime Dog visits Battleground Elementary School

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Battleground Elementary School received a visit from safety icon McGruff Wednesday when the famed dog visited with the school’s kindergarten students and talked about safety. Students were also fingerprinted. The prints were included in a booklet of safety tips for parents to keep. The Lincolnton Sunrise Rotary Club sponsors the…

A Place to Grow celebrates community helpers

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A Place To Grow celebrated Community Helper Day on Wednesday. Volunteers were honored for their work with an hour-long celebration that included activities, refreshments and plenty of displays of appreciation. Sherry Reinhardt, assistant director of the school, located at 410 N. Poplar St., has been overwhelmed by the support of…