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Owls Have Big Game •  Post 423 Starts Playoffs
Kevin Carver
Owls Have Big Game • Post 423 Starts Playoffs
   Many people in the county are amped up for the Owls game this Friday. Forest City will host international powerhouse, Japan in a exhibition contest.

   While Forest City boast a reputation of winning the past two Pettit Cup’s, a challenge from Team Japan is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The task of playing such a club and the style of ball that Japan can display makes this whole situation a huge deal as well.
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Those Ellenburg Boys... Unbelievable!
Jacob, dad Aaron and Nathan at their grandparents home.
Those Ellenburg Boys... Unbelievable!
   It has been said: “Self-esteem is the real magic wand that can form a child’s future. A child’s self-esteem, affects every area of existence.”*
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Entertainment

Rutherford Weekly’s Favorite Reader Recipes 6/30/11
Rutherford Weekly’s Favorite Reader Recipes 6/30/11
Everybody loves a good breakfast. With the weather as hot as it is, I thought I’d share some breakfast recipes with you. It’s cooler in the morning and that makes it better for the cook. I’m using an old tried and true cookbook “A Taste Of Heaven” from New Hope United Methodist Church. They have been around since 1859.
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Slideshow

As Charter Directors Retire New Directors Step Up
Outgoing CISRC Chair, Bob Decker greets new CISRC Board Directors: Carolyn Keever, Karen Clark, Christie McMahan, Leon Godlock, Charles Moose, not pictured is Patti Bland.
As Charter Directors Retire New Directors Step Up
Outgoing CISRC Chair, Bob Decker greets new CISRC Board Directors: Carolyn Keever, Karen Clark, Christie McMahan, Leon Godlock, Charles Moose, not pictured is Patti Bland.
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Cops And Cops
Cops And Cops
“Truman” And His Friends...
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Kids N Cops
Kids N Cops
From Spartanburg...
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THIS WEEK’S LUCKY $100 WINNER!
THIS WEEK’S LUCKY $100 WINNER!
Bob Chapman
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Opinion

Listen To Life
Is it hot where you live?

It was one of the first hot summer days of the year.  I was working outside on our farm.  I don’t know about you, but it takes me a few times of working outside in the heat for my body to adjust.  Since this was one of the first hot days, my body had not adjusted yet.  So I was feeling pretty hot, sweaty, and tired out there working away.

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Obituaries

Mr. Patrick Charles Corbin, 60
Mr. Patrick Charles Corbin, 60, of Lake Lure, NC, passed away Monday, June 20, 2011.
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Mr. Steven Gregory Daves, 53
Mr. Steven Gregory Daves, 53, of Belmont, NC passed away on Saturday, June 25, 2011.
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Mrs. Myrtle Goode Phillips, 90
Mrs. Myrtle Goode Phillips, 90, of Mooresboro, passed away on Saturday, June 25, 2011.
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Mrs. Norma Jean Sutton Green, 54
Mrs. Norma Jean Sutton Green, 54, of Spindale, NC passed away on Friday, June 24, 2011.
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Mrs. Polly Powell Henson, 94
Mrs. Polly Powell Henson, 94, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away on Tuesday, June 21, 2011.
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Mrs. Winona McCurry, 97
Mrs. Winona McCurry, 97, of Forest City, passed away on Tuesday, June 21.
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Sports

Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
 I’m convinced that most hunters and fishermen never contemplate the outdoor world they take pleasure in. I know in my own life, that without a concerted effort, I only enjoy creation without ever giving it much deep thought. I’ve especially noticed this truth when I speak to hunters and fishermen. It seems their eyes light up when they come to a realization that nature speaks very loudly about some things that really matter. And that sometimes we really do not see the forest, for the trees. We would be very shallow people if we only saw nature as another avenue for our personal pleasure. The immensity of creation demands we question it. It demands we understand how our sport only touches the hem of its real value. Let’s face it; we only play on the fringes of all that is out there. It is enormous. And the more we look, the more we discover.
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Church News

Church Happenings 6/30/11-7/6/11
Church Happenings 6/30/11-7/6/11

New Zion Missionary Baptist Church
Open Arms Substance Abuse meeting every Tuesday from 7-8pm. 619 Ledbetter Rd. Spindale. For more information, please call  828-305-1280.

New Life Christian Fellowship Church of God
Substance Abuse meetings every Monday night 7pm. Theme: I Never Could Have Made It. For more information, please call  James Keeter @ 828-247-4681. 601 E. Main St. Spindale.
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Community News

Community Events 6/30/11-7/6/11
Community Events 6/30/11-7/6/11
Start-Over Household Shower
For tornado victims, Ken & Tisha Boyd Farris, and their kids. Sun. July 10, 2-4pm at Whitehouse Community Center; 5408 Painters Gap Rd, Union Mills. Family lost EVERYTHING in the tornado in Joplin, Missouri, on May 22. The family is originally from the Whitehouse community. (Tisha is the daughter of Ray (deceased) and Betty Boyd of Whitehouse). The family will be relocating to Spartanburg, where Ken will have a job with the company he worked for in Joplin. Sponsored by the Whitehouse Community Club, will provide a “Money Well” for donations, or donations may be sent to the family at 4482 Bills Creek Rd., Union Mills, NC 28167. Info: 828 625-4502 or 828 288-2723.
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