Welcome! Saturday, April 4, 2020 | Login | Register
   
Latest News

It's A Whole New World: Local Restaurants Adjusting To Changes In Service
It's A Whole New World: Local Restaurants Adjusting To Changes In Service

Food service in Rutherford County is a whole new world.

 Read More ...
 
Standing Amazed
Standing Amazed

"Second Timothy tells us to walk by faith, not by sight. My faith is all I have," Rev. Keith Lipsey, pastor New Bethel AME Church.

 Read More ...
 
To our community, customers, friends and neighbors:
To our community, customers, friends and neighbors:

Rutherford Weekly and Community First Media, Inc. have implemented a plan to allow us to continue to publish Rutherford Weekly on Thursdays as we have for 28 years.

 Read More ...
 
Foothills Pilots Serve: Friendship And Service Fuel This Group Of Women
Foothills Pilots Serve: Friendship And Service Fuel This Group Of Women

The local Foothills Pilot Club of North Carolina is an exciting and committed group of women.

"Friendship and service" are the bywords of Pilot and they were two words most often mentioned by the club members at its March meeting.

 Read More ...
 
Outdoor Truths
Outdoor Truths

There's nothing like the sound of a gobble at daylight. If you're close enough, it seems it reverberates throughout the hollows and ridges. It will truly make you wide awake like nothing else.

 Read More ...

View more Sports
SPRING IS HERE!
Are you glad we are having more spring-like temperatures?
YES
NO

Randy Tavernia, age 64
Randy Tavernia, age 64

Randy Tavernia, age 64, of Forest City, passed away Thursday, March 26, 2020.

 Read More ...

View more Obituaries
Listen To Life
Listen To Life

How are you doing today?

When someone asks you how you're doing, how do you respond? Do you just pass off their question as a greeting and just say, "Fine" or "Okay"? Do you launch into a laundry list of complaints you have about how you're feeling or what's wrong with you or how you were doing fine until that obnoxious Mr. Jones ruined your day?

Or, maybe you Live Positive like Mrs. Glick. Mrs. Glick was a very special lady. My friend met her when he was a teenager. She made a real and positive impact on his life.

Every time my friend asked Mrs. Glick how she was doing, Mrs. Glick said softly and sweetly, "I'm thankful for one more day." She lived to be 103 years old, greeting each day by being thankful for one more day.

So my friend, when asked how he's doing today, says like Mrs. Glick, "I'm thankful for one more day."

The next time someone asks, "How are you doing today?," even if you don't feel it, say, "I'm thankful for one more day" and keep saying it until you Live Positive like Mrs. Glick.

 Read More ...

View more Opinion

Powered by Bondware
News Publishing Software

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: