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Proud graduates

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What began as a challenge…

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Because retirement didn’t sit well with Bill Noblitt, and with time on his hand, he began crafting lighthouses (above) as well as turtle-head footstools (below). Chris Dean / LTN Photo Bill and Judy Noblitt met on a blind date and have been married for 18 years, but it wasn’t until…

Infirmities no impediment training for the triathlon

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Despite facing individual health issues, a father, mother and son trained hard and took on a triathlon together. “For all of us to be at the park together – that’s a big thing,” said Linda Cantelmi. The trio competed most recently in a triathlon held at Latta Park Plantation in…

Farewell

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Public invited to Lake Norman Covekeepers Aug. 2

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Starting 9 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, Lake Norman Covekeepers invite the public to participate in a boat trip to look at water quality issues in the area around the Lincoln County water intake. Afterwards there will be a visit to the water treatment plant, and then lunch, where a discussion…

Around Town 7/23/2007

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APPLE PIES The women of Lincolnton Church of God will be making apple pies 5 – 8 p.m tonight. Proceeds to rebuild church (which was destroyed June 2006 by fire). BINGO AND ICE CREAM The Lincoln County Senior Center, located on the Gaston College Lincoln Campus will have a bingo…

Fifth generation

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LEDA building process now underway

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Work began on LEDA’s (Lincoln Economic Development Association) eventual new headquarters Tuesday when Geymont Construction began tearing down the former First Charter bank drive-through kiosk located at 502 East Main Street, Lincolnton. The opportunity to begin the first phase Tuesday developed when Jerry Geymont, owner of Geymont Construction, alerted LEDA…

A whole lot of cabbage

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Lincolnton`s 150th anniversary was an affair to remember Oct., 1935

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JASON HARPE Special to the LTN ———————————— “There was something in the air,” remarked Stewart Atkins of the Gastonia Gazette, “that would have told us, had we not already known it, that something special was on hand.” Reports of astonishment and sheer amazement filled the local papers on Monday, Oct.…