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Bidders raise hands and money

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Paris by Night. John Lennon. Moulin Rouge a la Nuit. Even a Bruce Springsteen autographed guitar. These were just some of the items that were available at the 3rd annual “Fall in Love with Art and More Auction.” The event held Thursday night at the Triangle Industrial Park attracted more…

Around Town 2/21/2005

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TAX ASSISTANCE The NC Extension Office offers help with tax returns residents 55 or older. For more information call the NC Extension Office at 704-736-8461. REVIVAL Crowell Memorial United Methodist Church at 4018 Killian Road in Lincolnton will have revival sermons Feb. 27 through March 2 at 7 p.m. Guest…

Within The Week

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Okay people, we live in Lincoln County, it’s not everyday an award winning, cute as a button, classical guitarist comes to town. When he does, we should take note. For that reason, I’m reminding you of the Robert Belinic’s performance, which will take place this Thursday at 7 p.m. at…

Celebrating Downtown

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Around Town 2/18/2005

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GOSPEL SINGING Spirit Life Praise and Worship Center will hold a bluegrass and gospel singing featuring The Griggs on Sun. Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. The center is located on 1424 Wilma Sigman Rd. For more information contact Pastor Gary Smith 704-735-1027. CUP OF GRACE The following events will be…

Cleanwell taking steps to improve service

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Cleanwell Sanitation may be cleaning up its act. Numerous complaints against the Stanley trash company have been filed with the Better Business Bureau of the Southern Piedmont in the last year, making them a company with an unsatisfactory rating. Some of the issues have included creditor billing issues, delivery problems…

Scout Recognition

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Supporting tsunami victims

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Dream Date Winners

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Local agencies assess community needs

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Local agencies are working together to assess the needs of Lincoln County citizens, and they’re going straight to the source. “Instead of trying to guess what the needs of the community are, they can tell us, and we can address it,” said Cristina Arlow, director of the Literary Council and…