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Ready to assume “Charlie” district duties

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Lt. Jeff Warlick, a 20-year law enforcement veteran has been picked by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office to head “Charlie” district, the fastest-growing patrol district in Lincoln County: Denver. Warlick recently took over duties once held by Lt. Travis Leatherman, who was reassigned, said chief deputy Barry Taylor. “Leatherman now…

Around Town 2/19/2007

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PRECINCT MEETINGS The Lincoln County Republican Party will be holding its annual precinct meetings 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 3 at the Lincoln County Center of Gaston College/Senior Center, 511 South Aspen St.. During the county Convention, officers for the County and elect Delegates to the NC State Republican Convention…

Cupid

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YMCA Anniversary

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90th Birthday

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WLMS Mathletes score! Now on to state competition

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Hours of number crunching and brain stumping paid off for the mathletes at West Lincoln Middle School. One of the school’s two teams placed fourth in the annual Central Piedmont Chapter Mathcounts competition held at the Hickory Metro Convention Center Feb. 6. The placement was the highest of Lincoln County’s…

Recording equipment recovered in `record` time

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There was praise in Bart Fortenbery’s voice as he sat amidst computers, keyboards, wires, plugs and, most important of all, a VS-2000 Digital Studio Workstation. “Prayers do work, that’s for sure,” he said. “You usually don’t get stuff back.” He was referring to equipment and musical instruments that had been…

Around Town 2/16/2007

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COMMUNITY MEETING The Lincoln Horticulture Association will meet Monday at the James W. Warren Citizens Center demonstration kitchen at 6:30 p.m. with a covered dish supper. The regular meeting will follow at 7 p.m. YMCA The Lincoln County Family YMCA is looking for a part-time program registrar. Call (704) 716-4508…

Grand Opening

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Girl Scout creates a walking tour of Lincolnton, earns Gold Award

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Growing up in an old house within walking distance of downtown Lincolnton, Girl Scout Madison Lanier always had a passing interest in her city’s history. “I’ve lived in Lincolnton all my life, and people have stories all over the place,” Madison said. When Madison decided to pursue a Gold Award,…