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A New Beginning  Caregiver Assumes Helm For Life Care
A New Beginning Caregiver Assumes Helm For Life Care

When Sandy Mush native Leah Lineberry stepped into the director's job at Life Care Adult Day Services, she followed a passion that "grasped" her when she was 17 years old.

Patience and compassion are the top priorities for the now 23-year-old caregiving, administrator, and college student in her new job.

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Update from the Sports Desk
Update from the Sports Desk

Here is the High School Hoops update. Nobody plays at home this week, but the 22nd through the 25th is a different story.

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Rutherford Outdoor Coalition Walk with Brother Wolf
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League play begins  in hoops, NFL  playoffs underway
League play begins in hoops, NFL playoffs underway

High School Basketball

R-S Central (10-4) won twice this week on the men's side and could have a couple of more wins had some situational stuff not occurred late in games.

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Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

I'm always excited about the times I get to go on an extended hunting trip. The expectations are always high and the opportunity to go with a friend makes the miles pass quickly and the laughs come in abundance.

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Mary Lou Hodge, age 94
Mary Lou Hodge, age 94

Mary Lou Hodge, age 94, of Rutherfordton, passed away Thursday, January 10, 2019.

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Listen To Life
Listen To Life

Got a winning attitude?

I saw an interview with golfing legend Jack Nicklaus. He was discussing his pre-shot routine. He said that before he hit the ball or even took a practice swing, in his mind's eye he saw the ball landing exactly where he wanted it to go. He imagined the ball's path to the cup or the landing spot in the fairway. Then he took his practice swing, again seeing the ball go where he wanted it. Only then did he actually hit the ball.

Nicklaus' visioning process before each shot developed within him a winning attitude. He started expecting to see the ball go where he wanted to hit it, believed that he could do it time after time, and so he did.

How do you see yourself playing out your New Year's resolution? With a winning attitude? Do you imagine that you'll accomplish your goal?

You can do what Jack Nicklaus did. Think of it as a spiritual exercise. You can reach your New Year's goals. See yourself winning. See yourself as a winner. Winners make a life worth living as they Live Positive!

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