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August 16, 2012.
I know it already. Most can’t wait to get the stadiums.
By the way, don’t quit you day job or call in sick, but I understand the fever most are having since football Friday is here.
All four high schools in the county will take the field in the first week of prep action on Friday, August 17. However, Thomas Jefferson will be the only team at home this Friday. Chase will hit Hwy 274 to get to West Lincoln, East Rutherford travels Hwy 74 to go to Kings Mountain and R-S Central follows Hwy 221 to McDowell County.
Anthony Staley, PhD, on site General Manager - Zinc Metal answering all questions at the Horsehead Corporation Community Event.
On Tuesday, August 7th, Horsehead Corporation sponsored a community event at Hicks Grove Baptist Church in Mooresboro. The church is adjacent to the new Horsehead Zinc Plant. A construction update was presented to all attendees in the Fellowship Hall of Hicks Grove Baptist. Community officials and local citizens were all invited to this first community meeting.
Barbara Ann Boone Lepera, 64, of Gastonia passed away Monday, August 6, 2012.
G.C. Deyton, Jr., age 80, of Caroleen, NC and a resident at White Oak Manor passed away Thursday, August 9, 2012.
Jeffery Lynn Wilson Sr., 62, of Spindale, passed away Thursday Aug. 16, 2012.
Joyce “Shortie” Vickers Bell, age 77, passed away Thursday, August 9, 2012.
Mary Ann Quinn, age 69, of Caroleen, NC, passed away Mon. Aug. 6, 2012.
Mary Helene Melton Haynes, 86, of Spindale, passed away Tuesday, August 7, 2012.
Mrs. Helen Jane Nelon Nelson age 82 of Lake Lure, NC went home to be with the LORD on August 12, 2012.
Mrs. Virginia Leibforth Sullivan passed away July 13, 2012.
Scouting for the upcoming deer season is in full throttle. If you’re hunting familiar property this might be as simple as making sure nothing significant as happened to the area to impact your deer’s regular travel corridor. But most likely it will involve finding out about where the food is; namely the acorns. And sometimes it’s not enough to find one oak tree; it might be that just over the hill there is a whole ridge full of them and this is perhaps a better place to see more deer. It takes lots of information in order to come up with a good game plan.