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Rock Springs Camp Meeting under way

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The Rock Springs Camp Meeting is well underway with plenty of events scheduled. “Little Week,” which started Sunday, July 25, will continue on until Sunday, Aug. 1. “Big Week,” is also coming up Monday, Aug. 2 to Sunday, Aug. 8. The rest of the activities for “Little Week,” include: July…

Lake Calendar

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CIVIL WAR ENCAMPMENT Reenactors from the 30th N.C. Troops Living History Association will show how Confederate soldiers lived while on campaign. There will be drill and musket firing demonstrations, as well as talks about field cooking, uniforms and equipment. Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for senior citizens, $4 for…

Paradise Lakes on the rocks

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The proposed 325-lot subdivision and water-skiing community in east Lincoln county will be up for another public hearing at Monday night’s county commissioners meeting, making it the third one this year. The previous year there were two public hearings held. The Paradise Lakes project has been tabled for various reasons,…

A KID’S COMPANY

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Left to right: Caleb, Christian and Colby play on the floor at Pumpkin Center Elementary school where their mother will return for a new school year. Christian was born 14 weeks premature, but is now healthy and strong. Amy Wadsworth / LTN Photo Christian sits on his mother’s lap and…

Residents opine on putting East Lincoln in play

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The topic of recreation in east Lincoln County has been an ongoing discussion for many years. Especially now that it is summer, area residents are searching for things to do. Many of those residents have requests for recreational improvements such as a park and more community activities. Others are fairly…

A check for charity

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East Lincoln Betterment Association President Greg Coffey presents a check for $350 to Al Lovin and Janet Howie of East Lincoln Christian Ministry. The check was from profits raised at ELBA’s Progressive Dinner on June 24. Greg Coffey / Contributed Photo…

50 years of Rotary

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Efird Burris, standing a left with his wife Judy, was recognized Monday by the Lincolnton Rotary Club for 50 years of service to the club. At the podium recalling his long service is the club’s only other half-century member, Wayne Finger. Burris, who joined the club in 1954, complimented the…

Salem Industries seeks new direction

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Salem Industries has unveiled a new logo and two new brochures, according to Leigh Guth, program director. The goal of the new products, funded by the United Way, is to expand Salem Industries’ business, and better reflect changes that have modernized the agency in recent years. “We have been looking…

Sunrise Rotary

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The Rotary Club of Lincolnton, Sunrise, inducts new member Erma Deen Hoyle, center, sponsored by Diane Brogden, left. Hoyle is welcomed by President Lyle Back. The club meets on Thursday mornings at 7:30 a.m. at Lincolnton Country Club. Contributed Photo…

Harvest Presbyterian teaches the basics at Vacation Bible School

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