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Housing workshop offers help

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More and more Lincoln County citizens are being faced with the possibility of losing their homes. According to Felicia Warlick, real estate agent, there are 84 pre-foreclosures in Lincoln County right now. “It’s sad. It’s just sad,” Warlick said. “I upsets me to see people in this situation.” Warlick and…

CMC gives scholarship to Cloninger

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Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln recently presented the first Advanced Clinical Practice Scholarship to a former Lincoln County student. Jessica Cloninger, a graduate of West Lincoln High School and Western Carolina University, said she plans to specialize in pediatrics. The $8,000 scholarship will be awarded annually to a student accepted into an…

Walking In The Rain

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Brian Center receives 2 awards

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Lincolnton’s Brian Center has been honored recently with two awards: one from within the company and one from the American Health Care Association. And Judy Smith, facility administrator, couldn’t be prouder. “Only 23 were awarded within the United States,” Smith said of the Step II award presented by AHCA. According…

Public transportation comes to Lincoln

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Community Calendar

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CLUBS, GROUPS Riverkeeper training The Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation is hosting its final “Muddy Water Watch” training session tonight at the Sherrills Ford Volunteer Fire Department. For information visit muddywaterwatch.org or call (704) 489-2911. Friends of library presentation The Friends of the Library group will host a presentation on the non-profit…

Alive After Five

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United Way moves forward in search for executive head

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The United Way of Lincoln County is one step closer to finding a permanent executive director. An Executive Search Committee, which includes United Way board members and representatives from several of its member agencies, has been formed. Applications will be accepted through this week. The screening and interviewing process is…

Farmer`s Market

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Residential construction slows down

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The home building explosion that fueled record growth in east Lincoln County has come to a precipitous halt with housing permits reaching their lowest levels in nearly a decade, according to county statistics. Developers requested 47 housing permits countywide in June, nearly half the number drawn (79) during same month…