Home » Archives by category » Local News (Page 962)

Around Town 11/2/2007

Share This Post

DEM MEN’S CLUB The Democratic Men’s Club of Lincoln County will meet at 8 a.m. Saturday at the Lincoln County Democratic Party Headquarters, located at Government and Water streets. There will be a big breakfast, for which a donation will be requested. All are welcome, regardless of party or gender…

Grand opening

Share This Post

Treats, not tricks, for A Place to Grow

Share This Post

Students from A Place to Grow dressed up and hit the town on Halloween. “I know you want some candy – I want some candy too!” Sherry Reinhardt, assistant director of the school, told one of her students. More than 40 students, most of whom dressed in costume for the…

Love Memorial tries multi-age classroom

Share This Post

At Love Memorial Elementary School three classes – one kindergarten, one first-grade and one second-grade – share a room, and the result is harmony instead of chaos. “They’re hearing different voices, and they’re learning from different people,” said Dana Avery, the kindergarten teacher. The three teachers who share the room…

Adoption celebrated

Share This Post

The Lincoln County Department of Social Services will celebrate adoption Saturday and the entire community is invited to share in food, games and fun. “You don’t have to be interested in fostering or adoption to attend,” said Sandy Kennedy, supervisor of foster care and adoptions at the DSS. “Everybody, no…

Learning about preserving

Share This Post

Representatives from the Lincoln County Historic Properties Commission attended the North Carolina for Preservation’s 2007 conference to network with state officials and learn from the experts. The conference was held in Raleigh Oct. 24-26. People with historic homes, architects, developers, government employees, members of historical societies and “just folks who…

GE Security goes into operation

Share This Post

Lincoln County is now home to its first electronic company. GE Security, the largest supplier of security products, opened for business Oct. 15 at the Lincoln County Industrial Park. “We’re excited because this company helps to diversify the economy,” said Barry Matherly, executive director for the Lincoln Economic Development Association.…

Youth recipe contest focuses on North Carolina products

Share This Post

What’s your favorite North Carolina food product? Choose from these four categories and prepare a dish from commercially grown food products in North Carolina: fruit, vegetable, bread or dairy. Prizes will be awarded in three different age groups: 9-12, 13-15 and 16-18 years old. Awards, which include a $100 savings…

50th reunion

Share This Post

Winning colors

Share This Post