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Only 2 schools won’t get money from school bond

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Funds from the school bond referendum would benefit almost every school in the county if the referendum passes on May 6. Norris S. Childers Elementary, which was built with funds from the 2004 school bond, and St. James Elementary, which is also a relatively new school, are the only schools…

CHARACTER DAY

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Colton Gilbert, a kindergartner in Jennifer Gimberling’s class at Iron Station Elementary School, gives a speech about his character. Colton was Puff the Magic Dragon. Chris Dean / LTN Photo Reese Bowser participates in her kindergarten class’ “Living Bookstore.” Reese dressed as the character “Kitty” from the book “Three Little…

Camera’s lens doesn’t miss Cherryville

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Cherryville isn’t Hollywood, but, in this area, it may be the next best thing. Some may remember a 2006 Hamburger Helper commercial featuring a Cherryville family. Others may recall a Toyota commercial filmed in downtown Cherryville. And now, there’s the possibility that more camera crews might descend upon the northwest…

Ribbons stylists have decades of doing hair

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If you are looking for a trendy new cut, Ribbons Hair Salon will make you feel like a star. Sisters Kathi Mauney and Katrina Burch have been serving customers in the Cherryville area for more 20 years. Mauney says that she “has always enjoyed styling hair” but decided to pursue…

Around Town 4/21/2008

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CONSTITUENT DAY Sen. Elizabeth Dole will send a representative from her western office to meet with her Lincoln County constituents from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Thursday in the Commissioners’ Room on the third floor of the Citizens Center. Constituents are invited to hold individual meetings to discuss concerns with…

Egg-cellent

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Rising Sun’s Mugathon is Tuesday

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Rising Sun Pottery will be selling mugs for mutts and cups for cats 5 p.m. Tuesday at the studio on South Academy Street in Lincolnton. For $10, customers at the 11th annual Mugathon will get a free drink and homemade dessert and the mug or cup of their choice. Fifty…

Family meets organ recipient year after daughter’s death

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The family of Sadie Redding, who died in a car wreck at the age of 16, received an unexpected gift the week of the one-year anniversary of her death. Through coincidence or, in the Reddings’ opinion, divine intervention, they were able to meet one of the people who received Sadie’s…

‘Li’l Abner’ opens Friday

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The funny papers come to life in the Lincoln Theatre Guild’s musical production of “Li’l Abner.” “All the characters from the comic strip are in there, plus some extra ones,” said Dara Brewton, the show’s director. The musical comedy will be performed 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m.…

Exhibit shows life during Great Depression

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Photographs of North Carolinians living through the Great Depression have filled the Lincoln Cultural Center. The traveling exhibit, “In Search of a New Deal: Images of North Carolina 1935-1941” is on loan to the Lincoln County Historical Association from the Historic View County Park staff in Raleigh. It features sixty…