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CMC moves rehabilitation services to separate office

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Carolinas Medical Center (CMC)-Lincoln Rehabilitation has moved its adult outpatient services to a stand-alone building in Lincolnton. The hospital still offers inpatient rehabilitation services at its McAlister Road location, but decided outpatient services needed more space. Outpatient services are now being offered at 1460 E. Gaston St. in Lincolnton. “We…

Santa’s Forest offers more than just Christmas trees

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Traveling to Santa’s Forest in Lincolnton to cut down a Christmas tree has become a tradition for many families over the past eight years. For the owners of the Christmas tree farm, however, their holiday tradition has become long days of hard work. “Everyone has their own job they have…

Around Town 11/24/2010

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BLANKET DRIVE WLON Radio and Christian Ministries are collecting blankets this winter. Please drop of new or clean used blankets to the Christian Ministries office or to the WLON office on Startown Road. BACKPACKS FOR KIDS The “Backpacks for Kids” Ministry is in need of food items that will fit…

Science award winner

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Stoudemire, Terracing scholarships available

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Applications are now available for the George A. Stoudemire Memorial Scholarship. Mr. Stoudemire was a former Lincoln County Agricultural Extension Chairman and a highly regarded member of the community for almost 30 years. Although I never had the chance to meet him, I have had the opportunity to talk with…

YMCA Breakfast

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Denver parade, tree lighting set for Dec. 3

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The East Lincoln Betterment Association and Lincoln County are sponsoring the Second Annual Denver Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting next weekend. The tree lighting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at Lake Norman Lutheran Church in Denver. Cline Tree Farm donated the tree. The church will provide hot chocolate…

Crew completing film work in Denver

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Lincolnton High School senior Jonte Blake is getting to experience as aspects of film while working as an intern on the set of Fall of the Hunter’s Moon. Blake has been working with Stephen Gibson, who is directing and starring in the movie, being filmed at his family’s home in…

Veterans face tough economy as they enter workforce

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Justin Keever knows how it feels to come out the military and be thrown into a workforce that has become increasingly competitive in the current down economy. “I know there are a lot of guys coming out (of the military) that can’t get a job,” he said. “I am thankful…

Around Town 11/22/2010

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SHOEBOXES Volunteers across Lincoln County are collecting shoe boxes, filled with gifts that will be sent to children in more than 90 countries. Local collection sites include Boger City Baptist Church, 2201 E. Main St., Lincolnton; Anthony Grove Baptist Church, 100 Anthony Grove Road, Crouse and Denver United Methodist Church,…