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Grand opening at Beef O’Brady’s

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Growing through art

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Color and the creative expression of children has filled the galleries at the Lincoln Cultural Center. A Place to Grow’s annual art show will run through April 18. It features the work of the school’s students, many of whom have special needs. Creating art serves as a learning tool and…

Country store to have grand opening

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Cold Springs Country Store’s grand opening celebration will include bluegrass music, dulcimer demonstrations, the “Bottle Brothers” with their antique bottles and, of course, a new country store full of old things. The grand opening is 7 a.m. Saturday at 2018 Fox Creek Trail. It will be an all-day event. The…

Five Generations

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Reach Out Poker Run to benefit orphanages

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On April 19, bikers will ride from Gastonia to Blowing Rock to help kids they’ve never met in countries they’ve probably never been to. Reach Out Orphanage Ministries will hold its first Reach Out Poker Run Saturday, April 19, with funds raised going to orphanages in Honduras and Nepal. “It…

Isenberg hard at work, on and off trail

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Keith Isenberg, a competitive cyclist, wanted a career that he could be passionate about, on and off the trail. In 2007, Isenberg, his mother Robin, and wife, Tree, opened Blood, Sweat, and Gears, Cycle and Skate Shop in Denver. Blood, Sweat, and Gears, sells a large selection of bicycles, skateboards,…

50th Anniversary

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East Lincoln`s horticulture class motivated

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East Lincoln High School’s horticulture class has come a long way in three years – literally, from the ground up. Shane Norris, East Lincoln’s third-year horticulture teacher, said juniors and seniors have been present from the program’s building of its greenhouse to the plant sale it’s having now. “It’s been…

Derby Winners

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No changes in dispute over turn lane for charter school

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A dispute over land for a proposed turn lane at the new Lincoln Charter School facility off N.C. 16 remains in limbo. Commissioner Bruce Carlton said he would work to shut down the school by August unless a deal was reached compensating homeowners and businesses for roadside parcels near Galway…