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Around Town 9/10/2007

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FRESH START The Fresh Start Widowed Group of the Greater Gaston Area will present a program entitled “Legal Issues of Interest to Singles Over 60” at 6 p.m. Thursday at First United Methodist Chruch Family Life Center, 190 E. Franklin Blvd., Gastonia. There is no charge for attending the event.…

Tiny Tinkerbell is a big heartwarmer

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Each year, the most popular event at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Petaluma, Calif. is the Ugliest Dog Contest. If there were a Smallest Dog Contest, the winner would surely be from right here in Lincoln County. Her name is Shirley’s Tiny Tinkerbell, aka “Tink,” and she’s a teacup Yorkshire terrier…

Nontraditional church shows outreach effort

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Just because a church is small doesn’t mean it can’t have a big heart. The folks from Conquering Lion Ministries in Lincolnton are proof of that. “Even as a small church, we want to fulfill our obligations to the community,” said church member Delphine Moore. The church, which was founded…

50th Anniversary

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60th Anniversary

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Opening Up Ceremonial Cut

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Water transfer rules won`t impact Lincoln – right now

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State rules making water transfers more difficult between basins will not impact Lincoln County or Lincolnton – for now, at least. Gov. Mike Easley signed into law a bill Aug. 31 that will add years to efforts to transfer water between cities and counties in North Carolina, a response to…

Commissioners to hear zone requests

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Tonight’s Lincoln County Commissioners meeting will include a public hearing on zoning at 6:30 p.m. Public hearings on zoning will include applicant Patricia Fea regarding a request to rezone 1.7 acres from residential suburban to conditional use neighborhood business. The applicant requests to allow the operation of a catering hall…

Extension officials set information meetings

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Cooperative Extension officials have organized a series of informational meetings for area farmers to help cope with the ongoing drought. The first will be at 7 p.m., Wednesday, at the North Brook Community Center on N.C. 274 North of Cherryville beside the North Brook Water Tower. The session will target…

Five generations

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