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Heafner/Williams competition will eliminate 12 to get to one

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Over the course of two days, 13 vocalists will compete to become the next Heafner/Williams Vocal Competition winner. In the end, there can be only one. Semi-finals will take place 2 p.m. Saturday at the Lincoln Cultural Center. Finals will take place 3 p.m. Sunday. The event is free and…

Correctional Center graduates 18

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The Lincoln Correctional Center recently graduated 18 inmates from a job training program. The Apprenticeship Program for the Journeyman Certification provides the opportunity for people to learn a professional trade while they are incarcerated, said Scott Carpenter, apprentice program supervisor for the Lincoln Correctional Center. Inmates can learn several trades…

Around Town 3/28/2008

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SCHOLARSHIPS Gaston College is accepting scholarship applications for the 2008-2009 academic year and will accept the applications until Monday. Scholarship awards range from $250 to more than $2,500 each through the Gaston College Foundation. For more information, or for a scholarship application, visit www.gaston.edu, or call the Gaston College Financial…

Times-News opens ShoreLine bureau

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Kids kept entertained, out of trouble

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School was out this week for Lincoln County’s children, but that doesn’t mean they were all sitting home bored. Lincoln County Parks and Recreation held its 2008 Spring Break Camp at Howards Creek Community Center, and there was plenty to keep kids occupied and out of trouble. According to Program…

Capt’n Bob’s Seafood and Steaks replaces Sidetrax Bar and Grill

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Sidetrax Bar and Grill may be gone, but its owner is alive, well and cooking up seafood and steaks. “I’ve not changed, but I’ve changed my place,” said Bobby Motz, owner of Capt’n Bob’s Seafood and Steaks, which has replaced Sidetrax Bar and Grill. Motz took 12 days to redecorate…

400 expected to bicycle for Sally’s Y fund

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When Keith Isenberg heard that Sally’s Y was close to its fundraising finish line, the 31-year-old co-owner of Blood, Sweat and Gears Cycle and Skate shop in Denver, knew he wanted to help. Though he couldn’t afford the estimated $1 million check needed to close the final gap for the…

Sixth-graders learn about pi calculations

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Students meet the number “pi,” a mathematical constant symbolized by “р” to calculate the geometry of circles. They quickly relate the circular nature of pi’s homophone, a pie, to the number. Sixth-graders at East Lincoln Middle School had the privilege of learning about pi by measuring pies on the day…

Around Town 3/26/2008

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INDOOR YARD SALE Outreach Ministries will sponsor an indoor yard sale from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday at Messiah United Methodist Church, N.C. 27 West. Baked goods will be available. SCHOLARSHIPS Gaston College is accepting scholarship applications for the 2008-09 academic year and will accept the applications until Monday.…

Interest revs up as racing looms

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Cars, drivers, fans, friends and families gathered at Triangle Plaza on N.C. 16 Saturday as interest revs up before the first event of the season at the East Lincoln Motor Speedway in Denver. Opening Day at the speedway is April 5th. (Above) Brett Myers, 12, finished in first place last…