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Three County Baseball Teams Fall At Tourney
Three County Baseball Teams Fall At Tourney
   For a school, who has accomplished about every baseball feat in this state, they still have to wait one more year before claiming a trophy that’s a little closer to home.

   East Rutherford (18-3) hosted the third annual Easter Baseball tourney last week and they have still yet to win it.
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Entertainment

Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Reader Recipes
Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Reader Recipes
It’s time for good desserts. There’s nothing like a good dessert shared with friends. This week I’m going to the kitchen and making family favorites. These recipes are all from the Gray’s Creek Baptist Church’s “Homemade With Love” cookbook.
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Slideshow

The Wireless Center has Ribbon Cutting After Relocating
The Wireless Center has Ribbon Cutting After Relocating
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THIS WEEK’S LUCKY $100 WINNER!
THIS WEEK’S LUCKY $100 WINNER!
Tracy Wilson
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Opinion

Listen To Life
Is your life like lasagna?

My wife makes the best lasagna you’ve ever eaten.  I watched her make it once.  She prepares her sauce with secret ingredients that I can’t tell you about or she’d have to kill me.  She mixes together all of these cheeses.  Then she carefully layers all of these ingredients in her special lasagna dish.  It’s the layering that attracted my attention.
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Obituaries

Mr. Charles Ray McCraw, 79
Mr. Charles Ray McCraw, 79, of Mooresboro, NC passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2011.
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Mr. James C. Hayes, 59
Mr. James C. Hayes, 59, of Forest City, NC passed away Monday, April 25, 2011.
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Mr. John Oliver McKinney, 70
Mr. John Oliver McKinney, 70, of Walker Hames Road, Lincolnton, GA, formerly of Ellenboro, passed away Friday, April 29, 2011.
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Mr. Paul Reid, 76
Mr. Paul Reid, 76, of Harmon Street, Forest City, NC passed away Friday, April 29, 2011.
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Mr. Ryan B. Wall, 82
Mr. Ryan B. Wall, 82, of Forest City, NC passed away Sunday, May 1, 2011.
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Mr. Wade Alonzo Scruggs, 56
Mr. Wade Alonzo Scruggs, 56, of Hampton Avenue, Gaffney, SC passed away Sunday, May 1, 2011.
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Mrs. Betty Jo Cogdell Pope, 82
Mrs. Betty Jo Cogdell Pope, 82, of Bostic, NC passed away Thursday, April 28, 2011.
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Mrs. Florence Penola Hudgins Ruff, 89
Mrs. Florence Penola Hudgins Ruff, 89, of 138 Ruff’s Trail, Rutherfordton, NC passed away Saturday, April 30, 2011.
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Mrs. Geneva Gamble Greene, 95
Mrs. Geneva Gamble Greene, 95, of Oak Grove Health Care Center, Rutherfordton, NC passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2011.
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Mrs. Rosa Mae Nelon Owensby, 73
Mrs. Rosa Mae Nelon Owensby, 73, of Lake Lure, NC passed away Sunday, May 1, 2011.
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Ms. Willie May Robbins, 79
Ms. Willie May Robbins, 79, of Forest City, NC passed away Sunday, May 1, 2011.
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Sports

Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths
Last Saturday, instead of hunting or fishing, I took a morning run with a friend. We both were not feeling too good since we had ran a little harder the day before, so we cut a planned 8 mile run down to 7.  I had also just joined my wife and daughter in a detox diet the day before and was craving my jelly beans or something sweet really bad. It was not a good morning.
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Church News

Church Happenings 5/5/11-5/11/11
Church Happenings 5/5/11-5/11/11
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Community News

Community Events 5/5/11-5/11/11
Community Events 5/5/11-5/11/11
Diabetic Awareness Day
Sponsored by The Lake Lure Lions Club Fri. May 13th, 10am-2pm at the Lake Lure Town Hall. Diabetic screening available.

Rutherford Business Expo 2011
Fri. May 13, 10am-2pm at Carolina Event & Conference Center, Forest City. Featuring over 30 exhibits, prize giveaways, breakout sessions, net working, showcase your services or products. Interested in becoming an exhibitor call 828-289-8038. FREE Admission. Sponsored by Rotary Club of Rutherford County.
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