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Awards Ceremony Highlights ICC Convocation
Awards Ceremony Highlights ICC Convocation

Eleven Isothermal Community College staff and faculty members were recognized recently for making outstanding contributions to the institution's learning environment.

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Cavs and  Gryphons  still undefeated
Cavs and Gryphons still undefeated

East Rutherford

Cherryville (3-1) at Thomas Jefferson (4-0)

R-S Central (1-4) at Mitchell (4-1)

Chase (1-4) at Brevard (4-1)


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Mission Camp to host WEG volunteers
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Rutherford County earns split  in Week 4
Rutherford County earns split in Week 4

All four teams won the week before, but it was a split this past Friday. This coming week is odd with only one team at home, two on the road and one on a bye.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

For the most part, I've never been afraid of dogs. There's only been two times I've gotten bit, both by Chihuahuas. I think they both had some type of little-dog complex.

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Do You Have A Lot To Say?
Did you do more talking or listening today?
it was about even

Robert "Bobby" West, age 76
Robert "Bobby" West, age 76

Robert "Bobby" West, age 76, of Bostic, passed away Friday, September 14, 2018.

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Listen To Life
Listen To Life

Do you sing?

It starts early in your life. You go to school and it's time for music. Your music teacher says, "Today class, we're going to sing." She plays something you know like "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" or "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star." And you think, "Oh boy, I know this one!" So you sing at the top of your lungs, because you know this one and are sure to get an A in music.

But the teacher says, "Sweetheart, don't sing so loud." She plays it again and this time you sing softer, but you know the song and love it and you want an A so you sing from your heart.

Then the teacher says, "Honey, move to the back row."

"But nobody can hear me from back there," you say.

And she says, "I know." So you hang your head and move to the back row. And now as an adult you don't even sing with the radio when you're alone.

Today, please sing. Sing loudly regardless of what your teacher said. You see most of us go to our grave with our life's music trapped inside.

Sing as if your life depends on it and as if no one is listening so you make a life worth living and Live Positive today.

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