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Newspaper’s annual breakfast

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BELOW: LTN Publisher Jerry Leedy (center) takes a moment to speak with guests during the breakfast.…

Actavis donates to Red Cross on behalf of Haiti quake victims

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Actavis, which has a manufacturing facility in Lincolnton, is donating $10,000 to the American Red Cross to help the victims of last week’s Haiti’s earthquake. “The scale of this tragedy has been unimaginable, and all of us at Actavis have been moved and inspired by the tremendous effort to bring…

Around Town 1/22/2010

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H1N1 VACCINES The Lincoln County Health Department will offer free H1N1 vaccines for residents 6 months and older from 1-4 p.m. today. Please bring a picture identification. Residents who cannot come to this clinic may call (704) 735-3001 to make an appointment to get their vaccination. RECEPTION The Arts Council…

Around Town 1/20/2010

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AARP MEETING The local chapter of the AARP will meet 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the Senior Center. OAK GROVE MEETING The Oak Grove community will meet 7 p.m. Thursday in the community center, located on Startown Road. H1N1 VACCINES The Lincoln County Health Department will offer free H1N1 vaccines for…

NARFE officers retire

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2010 NARFE Officers

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St. Luke’s supports Hesed House

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Fire Engine Cleaning

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ELBA to focus on luring jobs with higher pay

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Attracting and keeping businesses that can provide well-paying jobs will be the main topic at East Lincoln Betterment Association’s (ELBA) annual meeting onThursday. “I think everybody is aware of the economy,” ELBA President Jack LaPointe said. “Over the past 10 years, and probably going back much further than that, Lincoln…

Recycling passion leads to enterprise

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Beth Harris admits she used to be wasteful. She once counted the number of paper cups her family consumed in one week from convenience stores, fast-food restaurants and coffee shops. The number, roughly 38, appalled Harris. Instead, she started carrying her own 24-ounce insulated mug with a lid and straw…