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Giant black widow sculpture being built

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Metal sculpture artist Dave Simpson will unveil his largest project ever at Innovative Pest Management in exactly one month. Simpson, owner of Simpson Dockworks and ArtbySimpson.com, has been working on “The Widow Project” since August. The black widow spider sculpture will be displayed in front of Innovative Pest Management, which…

Around Town 9/29/2010

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DEMOCRAT WOMEN The Lincoln County Democrat Women will not meet during the month of September. Meetings will resume in October. REVIVAL SERVICES Second Baptist Church, 201 Houser St., Cherryville, will hold revival services 7 p.m. tonight. The Rev. Jerome Cash of Mull’s Memorial Baptist Church will be the guest speaker.…

Peeler takes over ownership of Century 21 Town and Country

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Janice Peeler has become the new owner of Century 21 Town and Country Realty in Lincolnton. The Lincolnton resident has worked for the franchise since 1989 under former owners Kathy and Jim Rhine and Thurman Anthony. “I want to keep the name that has been associated with Century 21,” Peeler…

Aspiring film maker sets up backyard set

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Denver resident Stephen Gibson has turned his backyard into a full-blown movie set, complete with a tribal village and stick tents. In a few weeks, Gibson will begin filming his first movie, “Fall of the Hunter’s Moon,” a fantasy epic that centers around character Raeford Brown. Brown has locked away…

Around Town 9/27/2010

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DEMOCRAT WOMEN The Lincoln County Democrat Women will not meet during the month of September. Meetings will resume in October. REVIVAL SERVICES Second Baptist Church, 201 Houser St., Cherryville, will hold revival services 7 p.m. tonight-Wednesday. The Rev. Jerome Cash of Mull’s Memorial Baptist Church will be the guest speaker.…

Lee, Pate Engagment

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Abbey Lejeanne Lee and Eddie Brian Pate announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Abbey is the daughter of Peter and Countace Lee of Edmond, Okla. She graduated from Dayton Christian Academy in Dayton, Ohio and from the University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education. Eddie…

Financial workshop offered

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In October, the North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lincoln County will be offering the series Money Talk — A Financial Guide for Women. Designed for women of all ages and financial stages, the five-class series will be offered on Wednesday nights in Lincolnton and repeated on Thursday mornings in Denver.…

Musicians play at Denver Market

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Green Room presents musical

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Tickets for the Green Room’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I will go on sale Wednesday. The King and I is the first main-stage production for The Green Room’s 2010-2011 season and the first show in the new facility, the Old Post Office Playhouse. The King and…

Alpacas in Iron Station

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In 2004, the Walsh family left life in Huntersville to move to a 12-acre piece of land in Iron Station. “I was just looking for more space, a different pace,” said Mike Walsh, who is originally from Long Island, N.Y. Walsh, his wife and their now 4-year-old son found they…