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Kids cool off while learning to swim Learning to swim is a great way to beat the beat in these hot summer months. The Lincoln County Recreation Center pool opened for swimming lessons recently. Zion Dorn, Lallanah Booker, Kelby Glaze, Jonathan Norman, and Jayden Hines (front, l-r) all are le
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Burgoon to present live demonstration of reptiles, turtles, and more at library Diana Burgoon, naturalist with the Department of Natural Resources, will host a program at the Lincoln County Public Library read more
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Trio enjoy cruising the lake while waiting for the fireworks Trudie Bell Hogan, 3, Morgan Hogan, 1, and John Walker Norman, 4, waiting for the fireworks to start on the 4th. read more
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Fourth-graders share their favorite things about summer Fourth graders at Lincoln County Elementary School answered the following questions at the end of the 2018 school year, perhaps with a bit more maturity than expected, but no less delightful. As always, the responses are insightful, entertaining and even
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Taylor and Wynn named to Merit List at Piedmont Augustus H. Taylor and Natalie N. Wynn of Lincolnton, students at Piedmont Technical College, had outstanding academic accomplishments during the 2018 spring semester and have earned inclusion on the Merit List.The Merit List recognizes students who are r
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Partridge heads to State Congress Lincoln County senior 4-H’er, Lydia Partridge, will be heading to State Congress next week!read more
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Nolan Barrett Zapetis Nico and Alex (Bryan) Zapetis of Clarksville, Tennessee are proud to announce the birth of their son, Nolan Barrett, born on June 14, 2018, 12:57 p.m. at Tennova Healthcare in Clarksville, Tennessee. He weighed eight pounds, five ounces and was 20 inches
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Reese named July Employee of the Month Kayley Reese, a 2002 graduate of Lincoln County High School and the daughter of Darrell Reese and Sandra Ferguson Reese, was recently named Columbia County July 2018 Employee of the Month. Kayley has worked with the Water Utility Department since August 2
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Leathersville News By Mrs. William Bentley l Nobie Dean Hawes visited Monday. l Hilda Cliatt came to visit Tuesday. l Elaine Timmerman came Wednesday and carried me to town. l Anne and Al Wright came Friday. Al cut the grass and other things around the house, while Anne car
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Study shows impact of herbicides on trees By Clint Thompson Dicamba and 2,4-D herbicides, sprayed directly on trees at full rates, kill the plant material they touch, but they don’t travel through the tree or linger from year to year, according to a newly released University of Georgia Coop
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