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Around Town 1/29/2010

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RECYCLING PROGRAM Today is the last day to register for the Extension and Community Association’s program on recycling. The program will begin 10 a.m. Feb. 3 at the Citizens Center in Lincolnton. For more information or to register, call the NC Cooperative Extension at (704) 736-8461. HOT DOG BENEFIT The…

Around Town 1/27/2010

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AUTISM SOCIETY The Autism Society of North Carolina, Lincoln County Chapter, will meet from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church of Lincolnton, located at 201 Robin Road. Amy E. Sturkey will speak on relationship development interventions for children with Autism. For more information or if child…

Generation Bean opens for business in Boger City

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Generation Bean’s name seems to fit its customer base pretty well. Young people order coffee, pull out their laptops and surf the Internet. Mothers bring in their children for a chocolate chip cookie or slice of cake. A group of local, older men come in every morning, grab some breakfast…

Warning: second-hand shopping can become incredibly addictive

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Hello. My name is Sarah, and I’m a thrift-store-aholic. Most people like to buy things new. They like to go into stores, easily find what they want and then purchase the items. They want to be the very first owners of these new things. I, on the other hand, cannot…

Charter school expansion under way

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Lincoln County Charter School’s Denver campus has started a $1.2 million expansion. The campus’ high school will be adding six classrooms, additional physical education space and additional seating for school and sports events. “The expansion is to handle new growth plus future growth that we will be experiencing,” said Dave…

Fire safety laws changed this month

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With a new year comes new laws and regulations. Fire officials are spreading the word that there are several updated fire safety laws to better protect families. “It’s important that we get the word out because many of these laws will help save lives,” Lincoln County Fire Marshal Mike Futrell…

DOT helps Denver reclaim identity

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It seems that Denver has gotten its identity back with the placement of one sign. “I feel like Denver should be recognized,” said local resident Terry Brotherton. “I would hate to run around all my life without having a name.” A “Denver” sign once stood at the intersection of Campground…

Christian ventriloquist brings show to Denver

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Steve Brogan is no dummy, but you might say some of his co-workers are. The comic ventriloquist is bringing his family-friendly show to Salem United Methodist Church on Friday. “My show will include all comedy with several different ventriloquial figures,” he said. “Most people call them dummies, but they prefer…

Veterans of ‘Extreme Makeover’ open for business in Denver

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A couple who worked with Extreme Makeover: Home Edition has brought their new business to Denver. Lisa and Dale Pendry, owners of Fabric and Drapery Designs, opened the store earlier this month. They also own a store in Greenville, N.C., which has been open for nine years. Last spring, the…

Student talks about Japan experiences

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A West Lincoln High School graduate, who has spent the past four months studying in Japan, spent Thursday and Friday speaking to West Lincoln Middle School seventh-grade students about her experiences. Alexis Baker spoke about Japanese fashion, boy bands, kabuki theater, sushi, fashion and technology. “No flying cars, sadly, but…