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Variety of 4-H summer programs open

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The Lincoln County 4-H Summer Ventures Program is gearing up for a fun-filled summer. The purpose of 4-H summer programs is to provide youth with experiential learning activities to keep their brains and hands busy while school is out. Programs will be led by 4-H staff, adult and youth volunteers.…

Coaches of the Year

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Happy Birthday

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Crime topic of ELBA meeting

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Crime in Lincoln County – and what to do about it – was the main topic of conversation at last Thursday’s meeting of the East Lincoln Betterment Association (ELBA). Sheriff Tim Daugherty, District Attorney Rick Shaffer and Lieutenant Jeff Warlick were guest speakers at the meeting and discussed rising crime…

Amico`s forte: Put clients at top

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Lou Amico. Keep that name in mind. Every person who owns or heads up a business knows the one imperative: Customers. Thing is, easier said than done. Doesn’t matter if you’ve got the only or (more commonly) the better product on the market. In fact, it could be the best…

Around Town 5/28/2007

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MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY American Legion Post 30 will present a Memorial Day service at 6:30 p.m. today on the east side (where the memorial markers are located) on the courthouse lawn. Service will include memorial observation and recognition of all the military services. Public invited to this free event. Call…

Student Art Show on display at Lincoln Cultural Center

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On May 20 hundreds of proud children excitedly brought family members to see their artwork on display at the Lincoln Cultural Center. The Annual Lincoln County Student Art Show hosted by the Arts Council of Lincoln County opened with an awards ceremony for all grade levels. Gary Lee, president of…

50th Wedding Anniversary

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Lincoln County Schools Top 10

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East Lincoln High School · Jessica Leigh Glenn, daughter of Jimmy and Crystal Glenn, plans to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and major in biology. · Scott Brady, son of Joseph and Margaret Brady, plans to attend Purdue University’s college of engineering. He received a NROTC…

Bingo!

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To celebrate Older Americans month, the Lincoln County Senior Center held its May bingo at Betty G. Ross Park May 18. (Top photo) John Leatherman (left) talks andlaughs with friends (Middle photo) Christine Barker (left) and Raynell Rumfelt examine their cards during a round. (Bottom photo) Evelyn Leatherman intently checks…