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November 17, 2011.
Ashleby Bridges of Guernsey Girl Creamery
Young farmers are changing the face of Cleveland County agriculture by focusing on specialty crops, value-added products, sustainable and organic production systems, and marketing strategies that help them capture a larger share of the food dollar.
Teens for Change and Communities In Schools of Cleveland County will be hosting a Cornhole Tournament on Sunday Nov. 20, 2011
The leaves are falling, the days are getting shorter and pretty soon it will be time to whip up your favorite mashed potatoes and roast the turkey for Thanksgiving. As Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season this winter,
Each week we reward one of our readers with $100. This week we congratulate our “Lucky Reader of the Week”, Tony West of Shelby.
5-year-old Catherine and 2-year-old Lydia are pictured in their Father’s turnip green patch.
Somewhere around the year 33, many in the nation of Israel believed that their long awaited Messiah had finally arrived. They heralded his coming into the city of Jerusalem by waving palm branches and chanting “Hosanna” which means save.
Therefore, if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold all things become new. Now, let’s see what we are talking about. We are not talking about you just believing that there is a God.
David Adair, 66, of Blacksburg, passed away Thursday, November 10th, 2011 at his residence.
Stephen Wilson, 56, of 520 6th Street, Gaffney, passed away Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center.
Nancy Dover Price, 70, of Lawndale, died Monday, November 7, 2011 at Hospice
at Wendover in Shelby.
Mrs. Avis Philbeck, Street, 84, of Mooresboro, NC passed away on Friday, November 11, 2011.
Mrs. Betty Ray Newton Peeler, 78, of 114 Largo Drive, Casar, transitioned to
heaven Friday, November 4, 2011 at Kings Mountain Hospice House with family
by her side.
Mr. Bobby Neal Brackett Sr., 70, of 1200 New Prospect Church Rd., died Sat., Nov. 12th, 2011 at Kings Mountain Hospice House.
Mrs. Dorothy Mae Terry Willis Cox, 75, of Ellenboro, NC passed away on Friday, November 4, 2011.
Dwight Hamrick Cabaniss, 56, of 132 Cabaniss Farm Drive, passed away on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at home.
Mr. Jack Lee Campbell, 61 of Ellenboro, NC passed away on Friday, November 11, 2011.
Joseph “Joey” Merlin Walker, 58, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte.
Linda Doty Lee, 70, passed away on Thursday, November 10, 2011 at home.
Mildred Christine Patterson Pennington, 70, of 128 Pennington Farm Dr., died Saturday, November 5, 2011 at Spartanburg Regional Hospice Home in Spartanburg, SC.
Mozelle Canipe Warlick, 93, of 141 Largo Drive in Casar, died Friday November 11, 2011 at Peak Resources in Shelby.
Mr. Valeriano Saltares, 87 of Mooresboro, NC passed away on Sunday, November 6, 2011.
The Kosa retirees fished Lake Norman last week and man did they send message to many time winners John Black and Roger McNeilly. “We are tired of playing second fiddle”.
I’ve been saving much of my hunting time for the month of November. I knew I would be gone for the better part of three weeks and did not want to be “hunted out” before this time came.
The Burns High School FFA Chapter is conducting a program to give deer meat to the U-CAN Bliss Center for distribution to those in need of food. FFA members show a strong interest in this project and are requesting the help of the community to accomplish their vision.
Friendship United Methodist Church, Fallston
Friendship United Methodist Church invites children to Kingdom Kids, a Wednesday night children’s ministry. Bring your child for Bible lessons, music and lots of fun. Every Wednesday night from 6:00 until 7:00 pm.
Piecemakers Quilt Guild
“Piecemakers Quilt Guild” meets the first Wednesday of each month from 10AM – 12PM at the Lincoln Co. Senior Center, Room 319, Lincoln Campus of Gaston College, 511 Aspen St., Lincolnton.
4th and 5th graders at Malcolm Brown Auditorium were enchanted with the storytelling, drumming and singing of “The Healing Force.” This Winston-Salem based group has been bringing African rhythms to Cleveland County for many years.