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Award-winning journalist brings message of  'Don't Wait Until It's Too Late'
to 2016 Women Together

Award-winning journalist brings message of 'Don't Wait Until It's Too Late'
to 2016 Women Together


The 2016 Women Together keynote speaker Anita Woodley promises laughter will be a part of her performance. But between laughs, she hopes women will take home the message that early detection is key and that cancer doesn't have to be a death sentence.

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GWU Physician Assistant Student Appreciates Opportunity to Serve Patients
GWU Physician Assistant Student Appreciates Opportunity to Serve Patients

Christen MacKorell, class president of her Gardner-Webb University Physician Assistant (PA) Studies cohort, is the first PA student in the state of North Carolina accepted into the North Carolina Medical Society's Leadership College through the Kanof Institute for Physician Leadership.

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Playoffs  and  Daytona Talk
Playoffs and Daytona Talk

Basketball Playoffs

In girls play, before the postseason starts, either R-S Central or East Rutherford will play in the SMAC title game on Friday (2/19) at R-S Central. The two faced off in the SMAC semis on Wednesday for the right to play for the title.

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Entertainment

Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Reader Recipes 2-18-16
Rutherford Weekly's Favorite Reader Recipes 2-18-16

February 9 was National Pizza Day, and the portable pie is a favorite in my households. If you want to skip takeout and still save time in the kitchen, here are recipes to get started with - including a breakfast pizza!

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Deputy receives advanced professional certificate
Deputy receives advanced professional certificate
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Lions Club donation will buy large print books
Lions Club donation will buy large print books
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Oratorical contest winner
Oratorical contest winner
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Obituaries

Andrew Nicholas Rabon, age 18
Andrew Nicholas Rabon, age 18

Andrew Nicholas Rabon, age 18 of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2016.

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Arthur Nelon, 87
Arthur Nelon, 87

Arthur Nelon, 87, of Forest City, passed away Wednesday, February 10, 2016.

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Betty Hardin Lowery, age 87
Betty Hardin Lowery, age 87

Betty Hardin Lowery, age 87, of Forest City, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, February 11, 2016.

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Bryan Jerome Wilkerson, age 32
Bryan Jerome Wilkerson, age 32

Bryan Jerome Wilkerson, age 32 of Spindale, went home to be with the Lord on February 9, 2016. He was born on July 12, 1983 in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky.

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Don Arthur Tessneer, 68
Don Arthur Tessneer, 68

Don Arthur Tessneer, 68, of Lake Lure, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2016.

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Steve
Steve "Bama" McGinnis, age 59

Steve "Bama" McGinnis, age 59, of Forest City, passed away on Wednesday, February 10, 2016.

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Tammy Murray Nolen, age 51
Tammy Murray Nolen, age 51

Tammy Murray Nolen, age 51, of Mooresboro, passed away Thursday, February 11, 2016.

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Walter Louis Lidberg, Jr.

Walter Louis Lidberg, Jr. went home to be with the Lord on February 10, 2016.

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Sports

Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

Several years ago it was not unusual to make one or two trips per week to wade the Cherokee Lake. Late winter always proved to hold enough of the bass variety to keep me fishing even in the most extreme conditions.

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Church News

Church News 02-18-16
Church News 02-18-16

Hopewell AME Zion Church

Mid-Winter Revival Sun. Feb. 21, 3pm w/Rev. Debora Wilkerson. Mon. Feb. 22, 7pm w/Rev. Walter King. Tues. Feb. 23, 7pm w/Rev. William E. Staley. 259 Harris Henrietta Rd.

Restoration Church of FC

Yard Sale, bake sale, hair cuts, health screenings, & much more! $5 fill up a bag, $5-$8 haircuts (must schedule a time). Sat. Feb. 27, 10am. 828-288-9797. 133 GardenBrook Dr., Forest City.

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Community News

Community News 2/18/16
Community News 2/18/16

Fine Free February

All Libraries in Rutherford County - Return overdue items and all late fees associated with that item will be waived. Pay one-half of outstanding late fees, and the other half will be waived (not associated with lost or damaged items). Items must be returned to owning Library in order for fees to be waived. Please call your library for more information.

Washburn Community Outreach Center's Thrift Store: $2 bag sale on winter clothes, Feb. 18, 19 & 20. Also, Please mark your calendars for March 1st. Our first Mobile Food Pantry, Sponsored By Second Harvest Of Metrolina. It will be held at the "South Mountain Christian Camp" Volunteers are always needed and Greatly appreciated. You can find us on Facebook at Washburn Outreachcenter. 828-245-5603.

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