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October 27, 2011.
What can you say? Last Friday night was a rough one as all four county football teams lost on the gridiron to much better teams. All four of those losses were to teams who have traditionally been pretty good in the sport.
Chase suffered a 55-13 loss at Freedom, Shelby foiled East Rutherford 43-7, Burns couldn’t be stopped as R-S Central was topped 60-6 and Hendersonville rolled 56-17 over Thomas Jefferson.
Take your pick! Rutherfordton, Forest City, Spindale, Caroleen, Henrietta, Lake Lure, Chimney Rock, Chesnee, Bostic, Ellenboro or the county churches featuring “Trunk of Treat”. The big party downtown in Forest City this Friday, October 28 begins the celebration. It ends in Rutherfordton with the annual “Main Street Trick or Treat”. Once again, it’s Halloween.
Brother Wolf’s hiking club members with shelter dogs.
Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park hosted Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s Outward Hounds Hiking Club this past Sunday.
With family schedules full to the brim, it can often be challenging to find quality time to spend together.
From paltry paychecks to annoying coworkers, more than three quarters of Americans are stressing out about something related to their job, according to a new study.
What kind of clock do you like best?
So what kind of clock do you have? Is it a digital clock, the kind where you can watch the seconds rush by? The computer program I use to record my radio show has a clock on it that goes down to the thousandth of a second. Talk about time flying! On that clock it really moves on.
Aniyah Shaira McEntire, of Rutherfordton, infant daughter of Kenyon L. McEntire and Tonia Boyce Wilkins, passed away on October 13, 2011.
Mr. David Hicks Conner, 48, of Forest City, NC passed away on Tuesday, October 18, 2011.
Mr. Duwayne Kenneth Jones, 46, of Mooresboro, passed away on Wednesday, October 19, 2011.
Mr. Jack Columbus Hoyle, 76, of Rutherfordton, passed away on Monday, October 17.
Mr. James Johnson, 67 of Forest City, NC passed away on Wednesday, October 19, 2011.
There’s always one deer that stands out in the group. And it’s always a doe – the matriarch of the clan. She’s the one who stands guard while the others eat or play. She is usually the last one in line and is quick to scan the surroundings of her newly entered area. If anything even seems to be slightly unnatural; she becomes immediately skeptical. The benefit the doubt never goes to the surroundings, but to her. She trusts her nose and will move and reorient herself until her eyes verify and perfectly pinpoint the perpetrator. I know this because it happens to me all of the time.
New Life Fellowship Church of God, Spindale
Revival Oct. 26-29, 7pm nightly.
Greater Holy Temple Church, Forest City
Miracle Healing & Deliverance Service Fri. Oct. 28, 7:30pm.
Sandy Plains Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church
Reformation Fest Sat. Oct. 29, 4:30-6:30PM. Free food, games for kids & adults, learn about the Reformation from Pastor Mitchell. Info; 828-287-7755.
Haynes Memorial Baptist Church, Ellenboro
Fall Festival Sat. Oct. 29, 5-8pm. Hayrides & Horseback rides, 5-6:30pm. Games, food, fun & more. Ellenboro/Henrietta Rd. 828-305-2635.
Fiddlers’ & Bluegrass Convention
Ellenboro School Gym, 813 Piney Mtn. Chuch Rd. Sat. Nov. 19, 6:30pm. BBQ supper 4pm. Concessions, CDs & trophies awarded. Info: 828-453-7457 or 828-453-0342.
Fri. Oct. 28, 5-8pm at Oak Grove Healthcare; 518 Old US Hwy. 221 Rutherfordton. If you would like to donate candy, a cake, prizes, set up an activity or have questions, please contact us, 828-287-7655.
Music at the Mills
Born Again Bluegrass Honeycutt Family, Fri. Oct. 28, music 7pm, supper 6pm, $5 adults, 12 & under free. 6495 Hudlow Rd. Union Mills.
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