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Battleground Thanksgiving

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Students at Battleground Elementary got an early taste of Thanksgiving last week by dressing as American Indians and roasting marshmallows. Above (from left) are Ruth Davis, Autumn Sweeney and Elisa McClure. Below, other students including (from left) Braxton Eley, Jewels Fernandez, Julian Davis and Abby Funderburk, demonstrated their own versions…

Around Town 12/1/2008

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FELLOWSHIP MEAL New Covenant United Methodist Church, 14514 Lucia-Riverbend Highway, Mount Holly, will have a community fellowship “breakfast meal” 5-7 p.m. tonight. Donations will benefit the parish building fund. For more information, call the church office at (704) 827-4468. LIONS CLUB The Lincolnton Lions Club will meet at 7 p.m.…

School Activities

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HOLIDAY FUN G.E. Massey students celebrated Thanksgiving by learning more about America’s first Thanksgiving. Randi Kolseth, mother of kindergarten student Cory Melanson, made the Thanksgiving costumes for his kindergarten class and discussed the historical aspects of the holiday. Cory’s relatives are descendants of Miles Standish, John Alden and George Soule,…

Dollars for scholars

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The winding road from Lincolnton to Nashville

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Most people probably haven’t heard of Tammie Davis, but that could change soon. The country singer and Lincolnton native has recorded an EP that could be released as early as this month. Although she sings with a band backing her up now, there was a time when Davis was a…

Christmas time is here

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Getting ready for the parade

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Preparations for the Cat Square Christmas Parade are in full swing. Nominations for this year’s honorary mayor will be accepted Saturday at the Cat Square Superette. Voting will take place Dec. 6. “I’m not a political analyst, but I predict in our area a heavy turnout due to the election…

WLHS student powers vehicles with used oil

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When the cost of gas shot up, West Lincoln High School student Granger McKee, 18, decided to take matters into his own hands. McKee went to local car shops for used motor oil and local restaurants for used cooking oil. He used both to power his motor vehicles. “I looked…

Making blankets for kids in need

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Soup Kitchen Volunteer

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