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November 1, 2012.
No doubt about it, East Rutherford seemed doomed to lose the County championship for the second year in a row to Chase after the Trojans Tyrell Boykins dashed 16-yards in the endzone with under two minutes left in regulation, but not so fast.
East Rutherford’s T. J. Watkins was the unheralded hero, completing three passes in the game-tying drive of 24, 22 and 12 yards, the last of which went to Donald Wilkins for the score to tie it at 21-21 with under a minute to go.
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How much can you eat at one time?
What if you tried to sit down at your dinner table and eat enough food to last you all week long? Could you do it?
Let’s say you could. Could you eat enough in that one sitting to last you all month? All year?
That’s ridiculous, you say. Just like you can’t eat enough food at one time to last you really more than a day, you literally can’t live your life more than one day at a time.
Agnes Moore Earley, 95, of Ellenboro passed away Tuesday, October 13, 2012.
Danny Gosey, age 73, of Forest City, NC, passed away Wednesday, October 24, 2012.
Elaine Goodson Beaver, age 91, passed away on Sunday October 21, 2012.
James E. “Guinea” Bridges, age 65, of Forest City, NC, passed away October 23, 2012.
Mr. Billy Ray Walker age 57 passed away Saturday October 27, 2012.
Nellie Blanton Kimbrell, age 69, of Ellenboro, NC, passed away Thursday, October 25, 2012.
Rebecca D. “Becky” Willard, age 67, of Buffalo, SC, passed away Wednesday, October 24, 2012.
Robert M. Jackson, age 71, of Forest City, NC passed away Tuesday, October 23, 2012.
Sara Florence McEntire Vickers of Rutherfordton, NC passed away Tuesday, October 23, 2012.
Vera Taylor Hayes, 91, of Spindale passed away on Sunday, October 28, 2012.
We’re easing ever so close to a deer hunters favorite time of year; the rut. The northern states are only a few days away and the rest of us will soon follow. I’ve been saving all of my hunting energy for this upcoming month. These days will be cold and long. They’ll challenge our ability to stay in the tree stand, whether we’re wet or hungry. If you plan on hunting the beginning of the rut any place north of Kentucky you’ll have to do it with a bow. If you’re looking for me, that’s where I’ll be.
Pink Ladies Support Group: First Monday of every month from 5pm-6:30pm at the Cancer Resource Center; for women who have been diagnosed with cancer. Info: 828-245-4596 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Look Good, Feel Better: 2nd Monday of each month, 2pm at the Cancer Resource Center; specially-trained cosmetologists teach women techniques to cope with skin changes & hair loss as they undergo treatment for cancer; to pre-register 828-245-4596 or e-mail email@example.com
Stroke Support Group: Third Tuesday of each month from 3:30pm-5pm in the Crawford Building (Auxiliary Room) at Rutherford Regional Medical Center. For more information, please call 828-286-5198.
Survivin’ Cancer Support Group: Third Monday of each month from 5pm-6pm at the Cancer Resource Center; for anyone who has heard the words “you have cancer” for more info, call 828-245-4596 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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