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Sprint Cup Racing Is Back, But So Is Jimmie Johnson
Kevin Carver
Sprint Cup Racing Is Back, But So Is Jimmie Johnson

This season, NASCAR has tweaked the points system when it comes to The Chase, changed the qualifying format and reinvented The Chase to 16 drivers making the field.

And now, it seems that if a driver wins in the first 26 races on the schedule, the chances of making The Chase are very likely.

The knock out round format of The Chase is the biggest change. Sixteen drivers will start, but will be down for 12 after the third playoff race, then to eight after the sixth race and down to four after the nine events going into Homestead.

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Needed Expansion in Spindale
Needed Expansion in Spindale
 In 2006 Barley’s Taproom Pizzeria opened in downtown Spindale. The restaurant was like stepping back in time. The historic building was built 1920’s and was once “Sloan Drug Store”. The 3500 square foot building was remodeled for an old time feel and the walls were lined with photographs to honor the textile tradition that helped build the town of Spindale.
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Entertainment

Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Readers Recipe 2/13/2014
Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Readers Recipe 2/13/2014
This week let’s do some home cooking for good suppers! We are going to take Gray’s Creek Baptist Church’s “Homemade With Love” cookbook off my special cooking shelf and head to the kitchen. One is from my good neighbor, one from the pastor and his family and one from home.
  
Oven Fried Chicken • Taco Bake • SKILLET CASSEROLE DINNER
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Community
Community

Tangy Café and Eatery Celebrates New Restaurant Opening

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Lake Lure
Lake Lure

Pride Of Rutherford County!

 
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Opinion

Listen To Life
Dr. Joey Faucette
Listen To Life

How’s your office?

   Recently I was straightening up my office.  You know how it is, your things get moved around as you work so you put them back where you can find them.

   Well, I noticed that there were some things that I really like that I had put up on top of a bookshelf.  A wood carving from China a friend brought me.  A piece of beautiful pottery.  They were up high where I don’t look that often.  So I moved them down on one of my desks to see them more often.

   Next, I noticed that I had put all of my family’s pictures in my studio.  And that was fine, but they had been there for a while and they had become familiar to that space.  So I moved them out on a desk, facing me, where I can enjoy them more.

   Life is a lot like my office.  Some of the things you say you value may be in a place you don’t look very often so you don’t live out of them.  Or, some of the relationships you say are vital may be so familiar you stop treasuring them.

   This year, move your life around to better reflect your priorities as you listen to life and make a positive life.

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Church News

Church Happenings 2/13/14-2/19/14
Church Happenings 2/13/14-2/19/14
The Epicenter Church
Ladies Conference: Hope Explosion Feb. 7-9pm. Friday 7pm, Saturday workshops 10am, Sunday 10:30am. Pastor Lynette Dutton & Apostle Jana Alcorn. 131 Countryside Dr., Forest City. Visit www.TheEpicenter.tv or 828-229-3033.
 
Tri-City Baptist Church
Invites all to attend a Creation Seminar at 6pm on the following Sundays: Feb. 23; March 2, 9, 16 & 23. 910 Piney Ridge Rd., Forest City.
 
Piney Ridge CME Church, Union Mills
Black History/Civil Rights Review, 6:30-8:30pm: 2/14; Barack Obama from childhood to the White House. 2/21; President Obama Oath of Office and Inaugural speech. 2/28; Woman called Moses, The Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman.
 
St. John AME Zion Church
Will host a Free Affordable Health Care Informational Seminar on Sat. Feb. 15, 10am-11:30am. Find out what you need to know to apply for coverage. Pisgah Legal Services will be available to answer your questions. Sponsored by The Christian Education Adult Dept. 109 Ridgecrest Ave, Rutherfordton.
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Community News

Community News 2/13/14-2/19/14
Community News 2/13/14-2/19/14
Grass Roots Rutherford 
Potluck Dinner Fri. Feb. 14, 6:30pm at the County Annex; 289 N. Main St., Rutherfordton. Grass Roots Rutherford will honor Black History Month with the showing of Rev. C. L. Bryant’s video, Runaway Slave. For additional info contact Jamie Lou Padgett at 828-245-3106 or jampadg@gmail.com.
 
RTR Fundraiser  
The 2nd Annual Casino Night a fundraiser for Rutherford Town Revitalization is for Sat. Feb. 15, 7pm-11pm at the former Doncaster-Tanner Outlet/Water Oak Restaurant facility; 581 Rock Rd., Rutherfordton. For info or tickets call 828-287-2071 or check out Rutherford Town Revitalization on Facebook.
 
South Mountain Christian Camp Fundraiser
Hundreds of children and youth need financial assistance to attend SMCC each year, and this is an easy way to help raise funds to meet that need. Eat at Zaxby’s in Forest City on Tues. Feb. 18, 5-8pm. At the end of the event, 10% of all sales made during this time will be donated to SMCC. If you don’t have time to stop in for a meal, you can use the drive-thru. ALL sales during this time count toward the fundraiser. If you can’t make it to this event, but would like to make a donation, you can do so here: http://www.southmountainchristiancamp.org/Insiders/PayPal.aspor by mail to SMCC, PO Box 9, Bostic NC 28018.
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