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Jerry Lackey benefit reset

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The Burger ’n’ Dog Benefit to help cover medical expenses for Jerry Lackey’s kidney donation from Debbie Pope has been postponed until Saturday, Sept. 13 due to the possible effects of Tropical Storm Hanna. The benefit is still scheduled for 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the parking lot of…

New Iron Station pastor has community on his mind

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The Rev. Ray Davis has only been at Iron Station Church of God since July, but he’s already looking to make an impact in the community. “You have to think community,” Davis said. “That’s what the good Lord did. That’s what Jesus did.” Originally from Texas, Davis says he lived…

Around Town 9/5/2008

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HOMECOMING Homecoming is Sunday at Redemption Outreach Center, 700 Lithia Inn Road, Lincolnton. Sunday School is at 9:45 a.m. The Mills Family Singers will perform at the 10:30 a.m. worship service. DEMOCRATIC MEN The Democratic Men’s Club of Lincoln County will meet 8 a.m. Saturday at the party headquarters, located…

Around Town – Church Briefs

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RECYCLING EFFORT Trinity Lutheran Church, located next to the post office in Vale, is conducting a recycling campaign. The church is accepting newspapers, cardboard and magazines. Proceeds will go to Christian Ministry of Lincoln County. For more information, call the church office at (704) 276-1257. CHRISTIAN SINGLES The Christian Singles…

Freedom Farm Soaps offers ‘skin candy’ to customers

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What started out with one goat has ended up as an excellent-smelling livelihood for one Maiden couple. “She had a lot more milk than we had things to do with,” Jeanette Reed, co-owner of Freedom Farm Soaps, said of the first goat she and her husband bought 12 years ago.…

All in a day’s work: Deputies maintain vigil on booming area

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n 4:13 p.m., Cowan’s Ford Deputy Wilson cruises slowly by the manicured lawns and homes as flashes of Lake Norman can be seen peaking out from behind residents’ estates. He checks for “suspicious activity.” “That could be anything,” he says. “A van that looks out of place, that doesn’t have…

Question of the Week

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“Do you think roundabouts would work well at certain intersections along N.C. 16?” Juli Thomas, Denver: “I don’t like roundabouts. They’re confusing. I’m from Virginia and I hadn’t really heard of them until I came down here.” Joe Gallagher, Denver: “I think they are a good idea. They have a…

Coming Up

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n Charlene Travis benefit: Come out for some barbecue and a good cause on Sept 12. Support Denver resident Charlene Travis and her family as she awaits a liver transplant. Bring your appetite and $8 starting at 11 a.m. at the Denver Masonic Lodge on St. James Church Road in…

Around Town 9/3/2008

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DINNER, DANCE The Fresh Start Widowed Group of the Greater Gaston Area is presenting a dinner and dance featuring musician Les Marple. The event is at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Senior Citizens Center, 1303 Dallas-Cherryville Highway in Dallas. Cover charge is $5. Bring a covered dish. Beverages…

American cuisine featured

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Midtown Sundries, a full-service restaurant specializing in American cuisine, served its first customers Tuesday in Denver. “We’re a family owned and operated business,” Pierce Moore, co-owner of the Denver location said. “The first restaurant was opened by my parents, Nancy and Luke Caudle in 1991.” Now, with locations in Charlotte…