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Crouse UMC seeking memorabilia

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Crouse United Methodist Church will celebrate its 100th birthday in September, and members hope to commemorate the event with a booklet compiling a century of memories. “We have a lot of members in our church who know nothing about the history, and we feel like this will be really helpful…

Celebrating retirement

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‘Ocean Bird’ named Best of Show

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Winners have been named in the Arts Council of Lincoln County’s 2008 Amateur Photography Competition. The show will run through Feb. 1 at the Lincoln Cultural Center, located at 403 E. Main St. in Lincolnton. Ari Miller, a local professional photographer, judged the competition. Winners are as follows: Best of…

Five generations

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Anthony Grove Baptist membership is young, and growing

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Anthony Grove Baptist Church may not be located in the most metropolitan area on Earth, but that hasn’t hurt membership at the Crouse church. The church boasts 805 members, with an average worship attendance of 400-450. “We joke around that they built the Wal-Mart to help people find it,” pastor…

Ronald McDonald visits St. James

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Students at St. James Elementary in Denver look forward to a visit from Ronald McDonald at 1:30 p.m. Friday. The fast food mascot will perform in his own interactive program called “A Friendship Adventure with Ronald McDonald.” The program will teach children important features of friendship and cooperation. He also…

Grand Opening

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Snow Surfing

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Marching in memory of Martin Luther King

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A crowd made of citizens old and young, black and white took to Lincolnton’s Main Street Monday to march in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. In previous years, a parade was held on the holiday, but due to a lack of participation, organizers canceled it. Lincolnton High School’s marching…

Marching in memory of Martin Luther King

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A crowd made of citizens old and young, black and white took to Lincolnton’s Main Street Monday to march in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. In previous years, a parade was held on the holiday, but due to a lack of participation, organizers canceled it. Lincolnton High School’s marching…