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From the Sports Desk
From the Sports Desk

High School Basketball

Men: East Rutherford (13-1) continues to roll as they opened league play 2-0 with wins against South Point and Chase. East will host R-S Central on the 29th, but had a huge game with Shelby on the 22nd.

R-S Central (10-6) has opened up 0-2 in league play, but has fallen by an average of 8.5 points per game. They led at the half at South Point, but couldn't finish the deal. They have Chase at home Friday the 25th and go to East Rutherford on the 29th.

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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
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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Another Successful Coat Drive
Another Successful Coat Drive

The coat drive was a success this year. With the help of the citizens and community agencies, we were able to provide warm clothing to over 450 individuals. Thank you for helping us.

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High School Hoops Update;  NFL Playoffs
High School Hoops Update; NFL Playoffs

Men:

East Rutherford: The Cavs won all three games to take the Chesnee Christmas Tourney. It was a tough last two games of the touney as they barely escaped Woodmont behind a great effort from Isaiah Lathan in that game.

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Isothermal names Students of Semester
Isothermal names Students of Semester

Isothermal Community College officials recently gave special recognition to 18 students.

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 INAUGURAL BECHTLER CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS!
INAUGURAL BECHTLER CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS!

December 1st may have begun as a cold rainy day, but the towns folk and out-of-town visitors were in for a treat as they entered the home built by the Bechtlers in the 1830s. Southern hospitality blended into a German celebration, Western North Carolina style, made for a delightful and nostalgic afternoon enjoyed by more than 200 guests whose signatures graced the registration book on this Saturday afternoon.

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High School  Basketball  Update
High School Basketball Update

The Hilltoppers came up with what is the best win of the season as they downed a very strong Mountain Heritage, 75-68 last Friday.

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Rick Clark's classic bike shop  is a blast from the past
Rick Clark's classic bike shop is a blast from the past
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Quick peek:  Southwestern  Men's basketball
Quick peek: Southwestern Men's basketball

No question, this should be a tight race in the Southwestern 2A Men's Basketball again, but 3 thru 6 may be the most intriguing. Anybody can win on any given night in this league. I really don't believe there is a true last place team, but this is how I would rank them before the season really gets in gear.

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Wreaths Across America 2018 Theme
Wreaths Across America 2018 Theme "Be their witness"

On Saturday, December 15, the Griffith Rutherford Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), will be sponsoring the third Wreaths Across America (WAA) Event. This is an event to honor our Veterans interred at Rutherford County Memorial Cemetery. The Official Ceremony will begin at 12 noon at the Mausoleum.

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TJCA  Football ends  for 2018
TJCA Football ends for 2018

They carried an undefeated mark last Friday into the third round of the 1A playoffs, but Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy had too many mistakes and it cost them. Robbinsville dealt the Gryphons a 32-13 loss in the third round of the 1A playoffs.

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Rutherford County Schools to Host  3rd Annual Robotics Competition 37 Teams to Compete in Carolina Isobots Regional Competition
Rutherford County Schools to Host 3rd Annual Robotics Competition 37 Teams to Compete in Carolina Isobots Regional Competition

On Saturday, December 1, 2018, 37 teams from Rutherford County Schools, Polk County Schools, and Spartanburg County School Districts One, Two, and Five will compete in the third annual Carolina Isobots Regional Competition, to be held at R-S Central High School. The Carolina Isobots initiative aims to excite and engage more students in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) activities.

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TJCA moves to  third round, East ends season
TJCA moves to third round, East ends season

It won't be an easy third round match up, but Thomas Jefferson's football team has landed there once again.

Thomas Jefferson (12-0) will host Robbinsville on Friday. Last week, they easily beat Bishop McGuinness 34-3 on a wet and cold night in Avondale.

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A Very Merry Forest City Christmas
A Very Merry Forest City Christmas

Voted the #1 Top Christmas Town near Asheville and the #2 Top Place for Christmas Lights in Asheville by www.RomanticAsheville.com, the Town of Forest City is the place to be during the Christmas season!

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TJCA,  East move to  2nd round action
TJCA, East move to 2nd round action

This Friday, two teams will continue in the second round of the high school football playoffs. East Rutherford will be on the road, while Thomas Jefferson is at home.

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10 Year Anniversary of the  Little Detroit Car Club
10 Year Anniversary of the Little Detroit Car Club

The Little Detroit Chapter of the Antique Auto Club of America recently celebrated it's 10th anniversary at the Bennet's Classic Museum with a cruise in. The club has members from Rutherford, Polk, and surrounding counties.

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Football: TJCA a No.1 seed, East  at Home Friday
Football: TJCA a No.1 seed, East at Home Friday

A team in Rutherford County has upset a No.1 football seed before, but now we actually get a No.1 seeded team in the playoffs. Thomas Jefferson will be the No.1 in the 1A West as the football playoffs are here. However, the Gryphons get a first-round bye and host the winner of North Duplin-Bishop McGuniness on 11-23-18.

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Rutherford County Schools Installs  Local Advisory Council
Rutherford County Schools Installs Local Advisory Council
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TJCA makes history
TJCA makes history

For the first time since 1992, there is an undefeated regular season team in Rutherford County football. Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy has done it...a perfect 11-0.

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A Favor from One American to Another
A Favor from One American to Another

This year marks the Centennial Commemoration of "the war to end all wars", proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson recognizing the end of WWI on November 11th at 11AM, 1918.

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TJCA going for undefeated regular season
TJCA going for undefeated regular season

Rutherford County had two big games last Friday, one at East Rutherford, and the other ventured to Mount Holly. Both East Rutherford and Thomas Jefferson will easily make the playoffs, but only one has a chance to make some serious history.

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GWU Octoberfest planned for Oct. 29
GWU Octoberfest planned for Oct. 29

Lions and tigers and bears -- along with superheros, witches and space aliens -- will invade Gardner-Webb University's (GWU) Lutz-Yelton Convocation Center on Monday, October 29, 2018, for the school's annual Octoberfest event that will offer area children a variety of candy, games and other fun activities. The free evening of entertainment is set for 6-8 p.m.

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