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Grand Opening

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The Denver ABC store had a ribbon cutting and open house last Wednesday in order to officially announce their grand opening. Jenny Walling / LTN Photo…

Helping Hands

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The First Baptist Church of Lincolnton’s youth mission group stands in front of Lincolnton’s Helping Hands Clinic and the new logo they placed on the building. It was one several summer projects for the group, which plans to work on local undertakings this year. In this group picture, sitting left…

Lake Calendar

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MARINE COMMISSION MEETING A public hearing on the rafting ordinance will be held July 13, at 6:30 p.m. at the Mooresville Municipal building, 413 N. Main Street, Mooresville. For more information you can visit http://marinecommission.com/Lnpages/home.htm. WAYNE’S SENIOR FEAST The July feast will be held at Capt’n Pete’s Restaurant on July…

Westport Parade

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Sign up time for Raft-up

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The Lake Norman Raft-up is fast approaching. It will be held Saturday, July 31 from noon to 4 p.m. at marker T5 near the North Harbor Club at exit 30 off Interstate 77 in Davidson. The event will try to top last year’s total of 944 boats that rafted together.…

Marine panel seeks uniform rafting rules

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MOORESVILLE — A public hearing on a new proposed rafting ordinance will be held at Monday’s Marine Commission meeting in Mooresville. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Mooresville Municipal Building, 413 North Main St. The marine commission defines rafting as the anchoring, mooring, tying or joining…

Christian Ministry needs more LINC volunteers

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Christian Ministry of Lincoln County needs volunteers. The non-profit organization that helps underprivileged people is feeling a decline in volunteerism. One division that is in dire need of help is LINC Meals, a program that provides warm meals to shut-ins five days a week. More than 100 people are served…

North Lincoln wins awards

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“Paladin,” the yearbook at North Lincoln High School, won the award of distinction at the recent North Carolina Scholastic Media Association (NCSMA) Summer Institute at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. North Lincoln also received three honorable mention awards for the yearbook cover design, theme and photography. All…

More at Four now offered at Battleground

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The new More at Four program at Battleground Elementary School needs additional students and a space in which to teach them. “The big thing right now is just being sure that parents are aware of the program,” said Victoria Walker, principal of Battleground. “We can’t accept more than 18 children,…

Independence Day Parade

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Kaitlyn Queen, 6, waves to paraders Saturday while displaying a message of support for the military and waving a flag. The parade in downtown Lincolnton ended at Lincolnton High School where a fireworks exhibition was held. Children’s activities were held earlier in the day on the courtsquare. Jenny Walling /…