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Mealtime Bible studies offered at St. John’s church

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Since the middle of April, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Cherryville has been offering folks the chance to spend mealtimes feeding their souls at the same time they feed their bodies. According to the Rev. Ronald Fink, the Lunch Bunch Bible Study and Dinner Bunch Bible Study are both firsts…

Around Town 5/28/2008

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YARD AND BBQ SALE Victory Grove Tabernacle will have a yard sale beginning at 7 a.m., and a barbecue sale from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at 457 Victory Grove Church Road, Lincolnton. All proceeds will benefit the church’s youth camp. For more information, call (704) 735-9097. SPAGHETTI BENEFIT…

Church holds live pit crew demo tonight

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To see a live pit crew demonstration, Lincoln County residents don’t have to go to a race; they can see one in the worship center of Denver Baptist Church. That’s right – a pit stop inside the church. The second annual NASCAR Night will be from 6 p.m. to 8…

Sweet Dreams opens second mattress store

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A comfortable mattress is essential to have a good night’s sleep. Sweet Dreams Mattress Inc., a company specializing in mattresses and bedroom furniture, recently opened its second store at 7260 N.C. 16 in Denver. A husband and wife team, Greg and Katy Law started their business in 2002. Now, with…

Coming Up

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n Calling all residents: Denver Fire Department officials are holding a special meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday to inform residents about possible changes in fire coverage coming up this year and the outcome of a dispute with Catawba County that could increase taxes locally. The meeting will be held…

Poster child

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Debutantes honored

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Proudly they served

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Ray Trevino, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, salutes the wreath that he placed in front of the Lincoln County War Memorial in honor of Marines Monday.…

School’s digital sign debated

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Administration and the PTA officers of Norris S. Childers Elementary are embroiled in a hot debate over a digital sign intended to project information for parents over the school’s parking lot. Interim principal Cindy Poe said the sign cost just under $10,000. Poe said the sign “will only benefit parents…