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East Rutherford Falls In Wild Contest, TJCA Stops Rosman This Time
Kevin Carver
East Rutherford Falls In Wild Contest, TJCA Stops Rosman This Time

Where do I start? R-S Central felt heartbreak in week one and East Rutherford met the same fate in week two of high school football.

So, Austin Hollifield throws a beautiful 54-yard pass to a wide open Will Hollifield with three minutes left to go, pushing East Rutherford’s lead to 42-28 at North Gaston last week. Everybody in the stadium thought it was over, but as ESPN’s Lee Corso would say…“Not so fast my friend.”

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TUNE IN TO THE SMAC “GAME OF THE WEEK” On ShelbyInfoRadio.com
TUNE IN TO THE SMAC “GAME OF THE WEEK” On ShelbyInfoRadio.com
  Shelby Info Radio began “LIVE” broadcast of twelve regular season South Mountain Athletic Conference “SMAC” on Friday, August 23rd. Each week, Paul Foster and Chris Norman will be on location announcing live at high school football games in Cleveland and Rutherford counties. They’re the only local broadcast team, featuring a former veteran and championship high school Head Coach, Chris Norman. Chris can explain the X’s and O’s of the game like no one else.
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Entertainment

Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Readers Recipes 09/05/13
Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Readers Recipes 09/05/13
The weather has been crazy this year, rain and a 93 degree temperature, the wettest and hottest time, setting new records. As for some good recipes that will go along with this weather, who can deny a great bowl of soup!  It can always fill the bill for some fine eating. With that in mind, here we go with some soup recipes from Big Springs Baptist Church’s “Pleasures from the Good Earth” cookbook.
 
Cream of Broccoli Soup • Healthy Vegetable Soup • Okra Stew
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Slideshow

Photo Of The Day Contest!
Photo Of The Day Contest!
Photo Of The Day 09/5/13
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Opinion

Listen To Life
Dr. Joey Faucette
Listen To Life

Phoned a friend lately?

   You heard my story yesterday of how my car stalled and wouldn’t restart sitting at a traffic light on a very hot summer afternoon.  The problem was the alternator.  It quit, drained the battery, and left the car powerless.  Sort of like you and me when we try to be positive without a partner to help us.

   I grabbed my phone when I realized the car just wouldn’t start.  I looked in my database for the number of my friend who has a rollback truck.  I knew he would come and get me.

   I called.  One of his employees answered.  And pretty soon was on his way to pick me up.

   As I listen to my life in this situation, I realize how really difficult life can be without friends, and how really wonderful life is with them.  I didn’t even think for over 1 second about who to call.  I knew immediately.  I couldn’t rescue myself.  I needed a friend.

   Today, you may find yourself in need of help.  If not today, some day soon.  Who will you call?  Listen to your life and make a positive life…with your friends.

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Sports

Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
   For those of us who spend time outdoors, we get to see a lot of creatures and many of them would not exactly make it in a Field and Stream’s most beautiful animals list. I can actually remember the first time I shot a turkey and ran up to it. I was shocked by how ugly it really was. It really did have a mug that only a momma could love. And in my part of the country it’s not unusual to run into a possum scurrying about. They look like an over-grown rat that is slowly balding. The deeper south has their version that is covered with scales, called an armadillo. Or like we like to call them, moving speed bumps. 
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Church News

Church Happenings 9/5/13-9/11/13
Church Happenings 9/5/13-9/11/13
Long Branch Road Baptist Church
Annual Emergency Services Appreciation Church Service Sept. 8. Sunday School-10am, Worship Service-11am. Lunch will follow. Contact Kaye Ruppe @ 828-287-1408 if you plan to attend. 621 Long Branch Rd., Forest City.
 
Long Branch Road Baptist Church
Fish Fry/ Chicken Strips Dinner Sat. Sept. 14, 5-7PM. Adults $8, Kids 4-12 $4, kids 3 & under Free. Take Out Available. 621 Long Branch Rd., Forest City. 828-429-4479 or 828-287-1408.
 
Redemption Faith Center
Intercessory Prayer Wednesdays, 7pm. 1070 74-A Spindale. 828-245-6296.
 
Heaven Bound Baptist Church 
Morning service with guest speaker Ron Lacey Sept. 8. Also, Homecoming of 16 years Sept. 15 with guest speaker Phil Raines. Singing at 2PM with Living by Faith. 285 Friendship Dr. Ellenboro
 
Church of Christ
FREE Bible Study Course by mail. Get to know God better. Leave name, address & phone number. 115 Clay St., Forest City. 828-245-2720.
 
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Community News

Community News 9/5/13-9/11/13
Community News 9/5/13-9/11/13
Golf Tournament to fight MD
The Smith’s Drug/Tommy Hicks Golf Tournament to Fight MD will be held September 21, 1:30pm at the Forest City Muncipal Golf Course. Captain’s Choice Format – North State Gas $1 million dollar hole in one shot on #7. Sisk Family Ford new 2013 Automobile hole in one front nine attempts on #2. Cash, gifts, prizes, food and beverages. See pro Terry Osteen at the golf course for entry form or call Tommy Hicks at 828-245-7853. 
 
NAMI Meeting 
Tues. Sept. 17, 6:30-8pm at new location; Church of the Redeemer, 502 W. Sumter St., Shelby. Support group meetings will be on the 3rd Tuesday monthly. This group is for those who have family members with mental illness. For more info, call President Betty Frye at 704-434-5166.
 
Fundraiser
Join Communities In Schools of Rutherford County as they host “Short Stacks for Big Change” Pancake Breakfast on Sat. Sept. 7, 8am-10am at Fatz Café in Forest City! Profits benefit local educational programs offered by CIS of Rutherford County. Cost is $7 per person and tickets can be purchased in advance by calling 828-288-0228 or at the door.
 
Colfax Free Fair
Ellenboro School Carnival Sept. 17-21. Rides, games, food, live music Friday and Saturday nights, 7-8pm. Bring exhibits to the gym on Mon. Sept. 16, 9am-7pm. Info: 828-453-8336 or 828-453-7768.
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