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Changes to Lake Norman State Park give it a new face

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TROUTMAN – Lake Norman State Park might be the only place on Lake Norman with a public swimming area, and Lincolnton resident Annette Moore and her family were taking full advantage of it; although early in the season, it was the second time the Moores were back. “It’s awesome here,”…

New playhouse for Amy`s House children

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Amy’s House now has a second home. A brand new, freshly painted playhouse sits in the backyard of the women’s shelter, courtesy of Lincoln Leadership. “This little house is a little kid’s dream,” said Vicky Lingerfelt, executive director of Amy’s House. The group, which is organized by the Lincolnton-Lincoln County…

Golden Girl Scouts

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Travels throughout county reveal rural post office

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In earlier times of the 20th century, mail delivery was made twice a day as the envelope (above) shows, with an 8 a.m. postmark. The deserted building (right) at one time was the Seagletown post office. Contributed / LTN Photo In past years there were several Post Offices on the…

Lincolnton’s old depot —
Union soldiers used old train station for base

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The WC&R Railroad (Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford) came to Lincolnton in the late 1860s. Prior to that, the company erected a combination passenger and freight station on South Oak and East Water Streets. The station was located on the south side of East Water Street, across from the south side…

With gratitude and thanks

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Around Town 5/23/2005

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BLOODMOBILE A bloodmobile will be at Rhyne Heights United Methodist Church from 2:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. For more information call the Red Cross at 704-735-3500. McHENRY STAFF HOLDS OFFICE HOURS Tenth District Congressman Patrick McHenry’s staff will hold office hours in Lincolnton from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on…

Within the week

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It can be stinky, crusty and slimy. On occasion it becomes mushy, oozy and scaly. Every once in a while it even produces gunk. The body’s pretty gross, huh? That’s the reason the Discovery Place has named its new body works exhibit “Grossology: the (Impolite) Science of the Human Body.”…

Alexis post office exhibit keeps on growing

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In the spring of 200l, newly appointed Alexis Postmaster Dale Tate began collecting pictures of local area servicemen for display to promote the commemorative stamp “Honoring our Servicemen and Women.” Today this exhibit has grown from about 20 photographs to 76 photographs of Alexis area men and women in uniform.…

On hallowed ground

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