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Cavs Mistakes Cost Them,  Chase and Chesnee Win
Kevin Carver
Cavs Mistakes Cost Them, Chase and Chesnee Win

The games of the week turned out not to be this past Friday.

East Rutherford was taken advantage of by Freedom, 42-14. And Polk had no problem with Thomas Jefferson, 44-21.

In a contest, that seemed to quest for a close game, the first half really doomed the Cavaliers.

In Morganton, Freedom scored an 83-yard kickoff return to start the game and the Cavaliers gave up an interception that also led to a touchdown. In the first five minutes, East is down 14-0.

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“Making a difference one at a time” One On One Care Opens In Forest City
Co-Founders Richard Moore (on left) and Eddie Scruggs at the entrance of the One on One Care new facilities, Club One, at 182 Sparks Drive in Forest City.
“Making a difference one at a time” One On One Care Opens In Forest City
A caring program by two men which started in 1995 has continued to grow by leaps and bounds, now has arrived in Forest City. Eddie Scruggs and Richard Moore had worked together for two years at Respite Care. Together they founded and began On on One Care, Incorporated in Shelby. The program is committed to providing leadership in disability services. Since then, One on One and their day support program, Club One, has grown and now includes seven full time homes and Club One Day Support in Cleveland County.
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Photo Of The Day Contest!
Photo Of The Day Contest!
Photo Of The Day 10/18/12
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Rutherford Regional Health System
Rutherford Regional Health System

Rutherford Regional Names Cindy Buck CEO

 
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Opinion

Listen To Life

Do you G.I.G.O.?

            Technology-related professionals talk about an acronym, G.I.G.O. or GIGO.  It means, “Garbage In, Garbage Out.”  They’re referring to the fact that whatever you put in a computer is what you get out of a computer. 

            Your mind is like a computer.  One way of thinking about the garbage you feed your mind is to evaluate the level of negativity that you expose yourself to.

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Obituaries

 John “Wolf” Deyton, age 64
John “Wolf” Deyton, age 64
 John “Wolf” Deyton, age 64, of Union Mills and formerly of Roebuck, SC, passed away Friday, October 12, 2012.
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D. Gene “Pat” Patterson, 73
D. Gene “Pat” Patterson, 73, of Rutherfordton passed away in his home October 9th, 2012.
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Dorothy Sue Ingle Seres, 80
Dorothy Sue Ingle Seres, 80
Dorothy Sue Ingle Seres, 80, of Rutherfordton, also a resident of Henderson Care Nursing Center, passed away on Friday, October 12, 2012.
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Elbert Eugene Moore, 65
Elbert Eugene Moore, 65, of Rutherfordton passed away Tuesday, October 09, 2012. 
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Johnny Hudson age 94
Johnny Hudson age 94

Johnny Hudson age 94, of Rutherfordton, NC passed away on October the 10th, 2012. 


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Marion L. Carlson, age 56

Marion L. Carlson, age 56, of Rutherfordton, passed awy Wednesday, October 10, 2012. 


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Minnie Belle Beheler Cole, age 81
Minnie Belle Beheler Cole, age 81
Minnie Belle Beheler Cole, age 81, of Rutherfordton went to be with her Lord on Sunday, October 14, 2012. 
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Ronald Kevin Ledford, 52
Ronald Kevin Ledford, 52

Ronald Kevin Ledford, 52, of Union Mills, passed awy on Thursday, October 11, 2012. 


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Ruth Goode Lane, 90

Ruth Goode Lane, 90, of Forest City, passed away on Friday, October 12, 2012. 


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Vera Fowler, age 80

Vera Fowler, age 80, of Rutherfordton, passed away Wednesday, October 10, 2012.


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Sports

Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
            It is known that one of the catalysts that bring on the deer rut is the shortening of daylight hours. I’m not sure what that specifically has to do with the process, but again it is one of a number of factors that determine that special time of year. And even though it makes for great deer hunting, it hinders just about every other part of my living. I mean I don’t know of many people who prefer 8 or 9 hours of daylight and 15 or 16 hours of darkness. I know that different parts of the country (and world) have different scenarios but this is how many of us live during the winter. 
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Church News

Church Happenings 10/18/12-10/24/12
Church Happenings 10/18/12-10/24/12
New Harvest Church, Forest City
Free Zumba Classes on Thursdays @ 6:30pm and Saturdays @ 9am. 828-229-3033. Visit us online www.newharvestonline.com
 
Grays Creek Baptist Church, Rutherfordton
Revival Services Oct. 17-21, services begin at 7pm Wed.-Sat. & Sun., at 11am & 6pm. Speaker: Rev. Cecil Lovelace, special music each service.
 
Prospect Baptist Church
Fish Fry on Fri. Oct. 19, 4pm-7pm. Dine in or take out. Donation only.
 
Harriett Memorial Free Will Baptist Church 
The Ladies Auxilliary will have a FREE CLOTHING give away on Sat.  Oct. 20, 8am-12pm. There are men, women and children clothing available. These are all clean, good used clothes. Everyone is invited. 1938 Hwy. 221-A in the Caroleen community. 828-657-9446.
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Community News

Community News 10/18/12-10/24/12
Community News 10/18/12-10/24/12
Disc Golf Tournament
The Dale Sollars Autumn Classic disc golf tournament at South Mountain Christian Camp will mark the official opening of the 18-hole South Mountain Disc Golf Course. Oct. 27-28. Saturday includes ribbon-cutting at 9:45am, tournament at 10am. Tournament concludes with a final round on Sunday. Info: www.SouthMountainChristianCamp.org/DiscGolf
 
Local Events
Beach Bingo: Fri., Oct. 26, 6-8 pm @ Forest City Dinner, 146 E. Main St. •Low Cost Spay/Neuter for your Pets:  Wed. Nov. 7 & Nov 21, call 828-287-7738 for an appointment, Community Pet Center.
 
NAMI Rutherford - Cleveland
Education Forum Thurs. Oct. 25, 7pm. Rutherford Regional Hospital, The Crawford Building, 288 South Ridge Rd., Rutherfordton. The Speaker is: Pastor McEntyre. Topic: “The Importance of Safe Housing for Persons with Mental Illness with Co-occurring Additive Disorders and those suffering from the Disease of Addiction”. 
 
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