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Best Uniform Award won third year in a row

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The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office was awarded the Best Uniform for the third year in a row at the 13th annual Kids-N-Cops hosted June 25 by the Forest City Police Department in Forest City. The Lincoln County Sheriff`s Office was represented by Sgt. L.W. Ingle and Deputy Josh Barnes.…

Church Activities

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BREAKFAST Marvin United Methodist Church, on Startown Road, will have a breakfast from 7-10 a.m. Saturday. Donations will benefit the parsonage fund. CHURCH EVENT Ebenezer United Methodist Church, 8510 Unity Church Road in Denver, will hold their event, Gospel on the Green from 2-6 p.m. on Saturday. GOSPEL SINGING Donnie…

Lowe, Baker Engagement

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Alyssa Nicole Lowe and Kyle David Baker announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Alyssa is the daughter of Ricky Lowe and the late Brenda Lowe of Maiden. She graduated from North Lincoln High School in 2006 and is currently attending Lenoir-Rhyne College as a graduate student working on her Masters…

Pa-Paw Patch graduates

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71st anniversary

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Around Town 7/7/2010

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HUMANE SOCIETY The Law Office of Kimberly Poe in Denver is taking donations for a raffle to benefit the Lincoln County Humane Society. Donation forms and raffle tickets may be picked up at the office. STORY TIME The Gaston County Public Library will hold story time for child ages 3-6.…

Historical Assoc. works to restore Mundy house

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From the outside, the Robert Mundy house, named for the man who built it, looks a little rough. But the inside tells a whole other story. Robert Mundy built the house between 1870 and 1875. A log building was moved to the property, located on N.C. 16 in Denver, in…

Lake Norman Jaycees seeking new members

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The Lake Norman Jaycees are looking for members dedicated to improving not only themselves, but also the community. Denver resident Dr. Kim Hoyle, an optometrist with Advanced Family Eye Care, started the Lake Norman Jaycees in April. The nonprofit organization is open to anyone, ages 21-40, wanting to get involved…

Fence company outgrows home office

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First impressions mean a lot to Landmark Fences owners, Curt Richards, and his wife, Kristen. “Every customer that we deal with, from the time they make that first phone call into the office, we make the first impression,” he said. “I want the customer to be 100 percent satisfied.” The…

City Council makes way for haunted houses

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The Lincolnton City Council has approved an amendment to the city’s Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) that will allow haunted attractions. During Thursday’s council meeting, Denise Propst requested the amendment change, which will apply to the general manufacturing and commercial district of the UDO. Propst will be seeking approval from the…