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Soph leads Lady Mustangs golfing team

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East Lincoln student Mattie Tobey excels at golf. Only a sophomore, Tobey is the Lady Mustangs’ No. 1 player and has been the medalist through East Lincoln’s first four matches. “She comes from a golfing family. Her brother, who is a senior this year, got a couple of offers to…

Around Town 10/1/2008

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CHICKEN PIE SUPPER New Vision Child Development Center (of New Vision Ministries) will have a chicken pie supper 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 3 in the daycare building. The fundraiser will benefit the daycare. Cost is $6 per plate, and plates include chicken pie, green beans, slaw, roll, tea…

Around Town 9/29/2008

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CHICKEN PIE SUPPER New Vision Child Development Center (of New Vision Ministries) will have a chicken pie supper 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday in the daycare building. The fundraiser will benefit the daycare. Cost is $6 per plate, and plates include chicken pie, green beans, slaw, roll, tea and…

School Activities

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BOOK FAIR Iron Station Elementary School held a book fair Thursday and Friday. All proceeds will go to the school’s reading programs and to the purchase of new books for the library. STUDENTS HONORED Lincolnton High School senior Nora Nordmark and West Lincoln High School senior Patrick Welch received Letters…

All hands got a taste of high seas on Pirates Day

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It was all hands on deck as G.E. Massey Elementary School teacher Karen Kellett celebrated “Pirates Day” with her kindergarten class on Tuesday. The annual event gave students a taste of the high seas as they joined in a treasure hunt taking them to key sites throughout the school. Their…

West Lincoln students attend boys, girls state

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The American Legion sponsored three West Lincoln High School to represent Lincoln County this summer in reality-based workshops. Whitney Beaver and Heather Sain, seniors at West Lincoln, attended Tar Heel Girls State, a weeklong workshop at Catawba College, which teaches students the mechanics of North Carolina government. Students are assigned…

Each court has specific purposes

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the third of 11 weekly installments by staff writer Lisa Brown as she goes through the Citizens Police Academy training. Look for her columns on Mondays. Shortly after 6:30 p.m. Tuesday I found myself sitting on the front bench of a courtroom at the Lincoln County…

Weather watcher receives honor

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Johnny Hoyle doesn’t make the weather, he just watches it. Hoyle, who lives in western Lincoln County, is the county cooperative weather observer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service. It’s something he’s been doing for more than 20 years. In August, Hoyle was awarded the John…

Brooks inspires growth at New Providence church

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The Rev. Eugene Brooks was called to the ministry in 1978. He says he ran from the calling for two years before God stopped him in his tracks. And when he felt led by God to start a church, Brooks founded New Providence Full Gospel. “We started off with 13…

Red Cross seeks blood donations

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Hurricanes have caused a depletion in the nation’s blood supply, and Red Cross officials are asking Lincoln County citizens for aid. “It’s your chance to help save a life,” Louann Freshour, executive director of the Lincoln County Chapter of the American Red Cross, said. Hurricanes Gustav, Hanna and Ike have…