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School Lunch Price Increase
The price of school lunches is going up in Lincoln County Schools for the coming school year.  The federally funded program that provided free lunches for all students expires at the end of June.  The price increase is due largely to inflation.
Friday, May 27, 2022

Regan Mitchem Named Scholarship Recipient
Twenty-eight North Carolina students have been named recipients of 2022 N.C. State Fair Youth Livestock Scholarships designed for high school seniors and students currently enrolled in an institute of higher education who have participated in the junior livestock or market turkey shows at the N.C. State Fair.
Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Gardner-Webb Announces Spring 2022 Graduates From Lincoln County
Officials at Gardner-Webb University hosted commencement activities on May 6 and 7. More than 500 graduates were honored over the two days. Power 5 Basketball Coach Chris Holtmann was the guest speaker for Friday’s ceremony held in the Paul Porter Arena in Lutz-Yelton Convocation Center.
Saturday, May 21, 2022

Samuel Oxford and the Oxford Dam
This is  the 46th in our continuing series of articles from the SAR and DAR leading up to the celebration of America's 250th birthday in 2026.
Saturday, May 21, 2022

Using Drugs or Alcohol and Driving
Officers from the Lincolnton Police Dept. and other law enforcement agencies held a seminar with students at Asbury Academy earlier this month to point out the dangers of using drugs and alcohol.
Saturday, May 21, 2022

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