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Around Town 9/19/2007

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OUTREACH Lincoln County Government’s Community Outreach Event will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday at North Brook Community Center in Vale. Staff from many county departments will be on hand to listen to residents’ needs, answer questions, to enroll individuals for programs and services and to provide better…

Job Connection helps turn life around

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When Vincent Miller walked into the Goodwill Job Connection in Lincolnton, he had a number of things working against him. First of all, there was his driving while impaired arrest. “Bad mistake – 20, drinking, not good,” he said. Then there was his past, which included an unplanned trip across…

60th anniversary

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Daughters inducted

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More information sought in robbery of First Charter Bank in Boger City

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Local police are seeking information that could lead to the arrest of a bank robber who took advantage of the town during Saturday’s festival. Photographs of the bank robbery in progress were released late Monday. The suspect who robbed the First Charter Bank in Boger City Saturday morning is described…

Lincoln joins list eligible for federal disaster funds

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Lincoln County and nine other counties in the region are now eligible to apply for federal drought-related agricultural disaster assistance, according to officials in U.S. Rep. Patrick McHenry’s office, R-10th District NC. Farmers who have incurred losses due to the drought can apply for federal emergency credit loans and should…

Fire hits Balls Creek Campground

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A fire destroyed nine wooden tents at the historic Balls Creek Campground off Buffalo Shoals Road in Catawba County Friday afternoon. The Denver Fire Department was dispatched to a structure fire and engine 14 was on the scene in less than five minutes of the 5:49 p.m. call. Seven departments…

Commissioners to hear requests

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The Lincoln County Commissioners meet today at 6:30 p.m. to hear recommendations from the Planning Board. The Planning Board will approach the commissioners recommending they approve Patricia Fea’s application for rezoning to accommodate a reception hall business in the township of Ironton on the north side of N.C. 150. The…

Now open for business

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Solution to a struggle

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Everyday life used to be a real struggle for the Beam family. But things have calmed down a lot lately since the family found a solution to the problem that was making their lives very difficult. Rusty and Chesanie Beam have two children, 8-and-a half year old Jaycie and 6…