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4-H students take learn the art of wool

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Home-schooled students pressed water onto wool in hopes of creating colorful felt purses Tuesday. “To some people, it may be a lost art, but there are still people who value it,” said April Dillon, 4-H director. The wool art class was taught by 71-year old Charlene Hager, who has been…

LTG adds three days of auditions

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The Lincoln Theatre Guild will be holding a second round of auditions for its upcoming production of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Auditions will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at the Lincoln Cultural Center, located at 403 E. Main Street in Lincolnton. Organizers are seeking…

Students gather shoes for Haitians

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Lincolnton Middle School students raised 500 shoes in two weeks to help the relief effort in Haiti. The students exceeded their 300-shoe goal. At the start of the project, students and staff were shown a picture of a Haitian child with shoes made from soda bottles and twine. Shoes collected…

Aldridges featured at bluegrass festival

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The sweethearts of bluegrass now have a Lincoln County music festival named after them. “We want the festival to grow along with everything we’re doing,” said Darin Aldridge. The Darin and Brooke Aldridge Bluegrass Festival will take place today and tomorrow at 5799 Coot Williams Road. It’s the festival’s third…

Around Town 4/9/2010

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BARBECUE The Iron Station Church of God, located at 5467 N.C. 27 E., will have a barbecue fundraiser until 2 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. TICKET SALES The Caremor Family Pharmacy Relay for Life team will begin pre-sales Saturday for a race at the…

Cherryville police charge ex-workers in store theft

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Two former Wal-Mart employees are facing criminal charges after an investigation by Cherryville Police. Lori Sparks Browning, 45, of 259 Mauney Drive in Lawndale, was arrested Thursday after she allegedly stole $10,000 in cash and store merchandise from September 2009 to March 2010, Lt. Mike Allred said. Store officials contacted…

New meaning to ‘pass in the grass’ for off-road racers

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Bud Karriker is determined to beat his son, Ken, in a good, old-fashioned riding lawnmower race. “That’s who I am going after this year,” the 69-year-old said. “He knocked me out of first place racing in Clover, South Carolina. He’s going to pay for it.” A Denver resident, Karriker, and…

Anderson returns from church-building trip to Laos

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In February, Will Anderson spent three weeks building a church for the needy in Southeast Asia. He is already planning a trip back to Laos, a poor landlocked country with inadequate infrastructure and a largely unskilled workforce. But when Anderson returns this summer, he will be joined by members of…

Chiropractors align their practices

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Blake Cason has always had an interest in chiropractic care, thanks to his uncle in Virginia. Cason’s uncle, a chiropractor, talked to him about the profession for years. Cason even did his high school senior project on chiropractic care. Cason opened his own practice, Cason Chiropractic Center, on N.C. 73…

Rotarians aid Haiti

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