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Rutherford County Goes  4-0 on Friday Night
Kevin Carver
Rutherford County Goes 4-0 on Friday Night
Last weekend was one for the record books in Rutherford County football history. It’s only the second time ever for Rutherford County to go 4-0 on a Friday night in football. Two years ago on August 31, 2012 was the very first time all four teams swept their competition.
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The Rutherford Regional Health System (RRHS) Pharmacy donated 27 full backpacks to the Rutherford County School System on August 21, 2014.  

Susan Hoy, director of the RRHS Pharmacy, decided to conduct a community service project for the pharmacy team to participate in.  “I challenged our pharmacy team to bring in supplies for elementary school children’s backpacks. 

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Listen To Life
Dr. Joey Faucette
Listen To Life

How’s the weather?           

    The weather is the most talked about and least acted upon subject we have.  For instance, where I live, July and August were really hot and dry.  And that’s what everyone started their conversations about.  In fact, I heard that it was so hot that the trees were whistling for dogs.  And that hot water was coming out of both taps in most homes.  And that you could make sun tea instantly.  And that you could get sunburned through your car window.

    That it was so hot this summer that all you had to do was pull a potato out of the ground and add butter, salt, and pepper because it baked underground.  And that you could break into a sweat the instant you stepped outdoors at 7:30 in the morning.  And that one day, the temperature dropped below 95 and people started shivering.

    Well, maybe it wasn’t that hot.  But unless you live in a dome and control the thermostat, the weather isn’t always going to be perfect.  Just like the world isn’t perfect, either.  So just laugh and make the best of it…as you Live Positive in a negative world.

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Outdoor Truths
Gary Miller
Outdoor Truths
    We are quickly coming to everyone’s favorite time of year. The signs of summer’s close are the start of school, Labor Day, and another deer season. Autumn in most states brings cool mornings and warm evenings. It’s the days that country folks enjoy the screen door and open windows. The air seems cleaner and fresher, and the once hazy skies are now as clear as a mountain stream. The most prominent signs of fall are the leaves that are changing from hues of green into colors as different as the trees themselves. My part of the country is known for the beautiful fall colors that cover the mountains like Joseph’s coat of many colors.
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Church News

Church Happenings 9/4/14-9/10/14
Church Happenings 9/4/14-9/10/14

Cane Creek Baptist Church
FREE clothes closet, Sat. Sept. 6, 8am-12pm. Clothes ranging from babies to 3X-adult, shoes, purses, blankets, toys, nursery/baby items & kitchen items. 151 Cane Creek Mtn Rd., Union Mills (off Hwy. 64 Rutherford County).

Gantt’s Grove Baptist Church
Yard Sale with Snapper Lawn Mower, Sat. Sept. 6, 7am-2:30pm. Hot Dog & Hamburger sale, 10:30am-2:30pm. Proceeds go to purchase a new lawn mower. 828-447-0583. 618 Gantt’s Grove Ch. Rd., Mooresboro.
Thermal City United Methodist Church   
Spaghetti Supper, Sat. Sept. 6, 4pm until. Adults $7, kids  $3, under 5 eat free. All you can eat! Proceeds support the church. 301 Thermal City Rd., Union Mills.
Bostic Baptist Church
Free Food and Clothes Closet, Sat. Sept. 6, 10am-12pm. 828-429-1095.
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Brotherhood
Fatz Pancake Breakfast, Sat. Sept. 6, 8am-10am. Tickets $7, can be purchased at the church beforehand or at the door at Fatz the day of. Proceeds benefit the Free Ole Time Country Fair in November. 828-245-4496.

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Community News

Community News 9/4/14-9/10/14
Community News 9/4/14-9/10/14

Relay For Life
Rutherford County Relay For Life 18th Annual event  Friday, Sept. 5. Relay kicks off at 6pm at Chuck Summey Park on Vance Street Forest City. Join the hundreds of folks who are helping to finish the fight against cancer!

Road Clean Up
The Golden Valley Community Club is having a road clean up, Sat. Sept. 6, 9am. This is a great opportunity for students to log McNair volunteer hours. Everyone is welcome from age 12 and older. Those between the ages of 12 and 17 must be accompanied by an adult over 21. Vests, gloves and a hot dog lunch will be provided. Come join us to help make Golden Valley really GLOW! 828-245-2993.

Rockin’ Naturalist Guided Hikes
Saturdays, Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27; 11am-12pm. Explore Chimney Rock’s trails with a Park naturalist or State Park Ranger to learn about plants, wildlife, geology and more along the way. Or, we’ll head “off the beaten path” to discover less-traveled areas of the park. More details at chimneyrockpark.com

Beach Bingo
Starting back Tues., Sept 9 & 23 in our new location: Hickory Log BBQ. We appreciate everyone who has supported us and hope you will continue to do so. Please tell your friends about our new day & location. Come eat, play bingo and support both the restaurant and the Community Pet Center.

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