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May 3, 2012.
The Cavaliers are used to big games and pressure situations at this point. The baseball program has seen their share of those moments and that in turn may have helped them get a monster win over Burns last week.
East Rutherford now takes over sole possession of the SMAC after Ridge Beheler fired a complete game shutout against the Bulldogs.
East Rutherford (15-4, 9-1) already playoff bound, must win one of the final two conference games to earn the No.1 2A seed from the SMAC. Beating Shelby at home on Tuesday (5/1/12) would be the two for one deal as they would capture the No.1 2A seed and finish no worse than gaining a share of the SMAC title.
The address of success - 284 Social Circle - greets all visitors.
You could call it a celebration, but it was more of a salute or thank you from both Facebook, North Carolina and especially Rutherford County. One might say, it was a mutual admiration party enjoyed by over 300 people. In the true tradition of our heritage, it was declared a pig pickin’. The big white tent at Facebook’s 284 Social Circle held dignitaries and honored guests. The speeches were both appropriate and gratefully, brief. To use today’s jargon, it was a magnificent “shout out” by everyone involved. All parties involved in the creation of Facebooks data center conveyed appreciation and especially pride. After all from all over our nation and the world, Rutherford County was chosen above anyone else. It definitely was a magnificent achievement.
Photo: © Steven McBride
Shutterbugs Nature Photography Workshop
Handmade Items Make A Difference To Those Undergoing Cancer Treatments
Michael Named Rutherford Regional Employee Of The Quarter
Are you hanging on until you’re ripe?
When I lived on the coast of North Carolina, just across the road from us was a field of about a hundred acres of strawberry plants. The owners ran an international plant shipping business and harvested berries to sell.
Migrant workers began picking in early April each year. Most if not all of the strawberries they harvested weren’t ripe, mostly red on the outside, but not through the middle. They didn’t spoil like this on the way to the store.
Betty Conner, age 70, of Forest City, passed away Wednesday, April 25, 2012.
Ed Howard Stacey, age 88, of Harris, NC, passed away Thursday, April 26, 2012.
Kailyn “Katy” Elizabeth Watts, 11, of Mooresboro, passed away on Saturday, April 28, 2012.
Lillian Kay Dobbins Greene, 64, of Mooresboro, passed away on Thursday, April 26, 2012.
Mr. Vernon Lee Hembree, 81, of Cliffside, passed away on Tuesday, April 24, 2012.
Mrs. Ruby Lucille Case Cochran age 87 passed away Friday April 27, 2012.
Timothy Reece Martinez of Ellenboro, infant son of Vicki Fish and Leonard Martinez, entered into God’s presence on Sunday, April 22, 2012.
If you have hunted for a considerable amount of time, you can trace your evolution. While once any deer would do; soon you held your shot for something larger. But what do you do after that?
I met a friend the other day that makes recurve bows by hand. He takes each piece of wood and allows its own characteristics to determine what it will ultimately look like. Most have some type of crook that doesn’t allow a perfect product, but they are extremely effective in the hands of a skilled archer. Not only does my friend make these bows, but he hunts with them as well. And I have seen his pictures of success with both turkeys and deer.
Union Mills Presbyterian Church
Union Mills Community Outreach Dinner Thurs. May 3, 5pm-7pm. Free hot dog dinner & gospel bluegrass music. Info: 828-289-7558 or 828-287-7462.
Grace Missionary Methodist Church, Caroleen
By request Encore performance of the Grace Outreach Drama Team Easter Program held again on Sat. May 5, 7:30pm.
Harriett Memorial Free Will Baptist Church, Caroleen
Fish Fry Fundraiser on Sat. May 5, 3pm. Proceeds will help the grounds committee with ongoing church projects. Take-out available, 828-657-9446.
Farmers Market-Columbus, NC.
Now Open! 8am-12pm at the Courthouse Square. Veggies, Breads, Meat & Eggs, Crafts. Keep It Local!
Casar Fire Dept.
Hot Dog Sale Sat. May 5th, 9am until.
Relay for Life Book Sale
Held at Rutherford EMC; 186 Hudlow Rd., Forest City. Mon.-Fri., 8am-5pm. Hardbacks are $2 and paperbacks are $1. All proceeds benefit the Rutherford County Relay for Life. The sale will continue throughout the summer or until the books are sold.
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