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Operation Medicine Drop - Dispose  Of Your Unused, Expired Prescriptions
Operation Medicine Drop - Dispose Of Your Unused, Expired Prescriptions
Take-back event offers public safe, secure way  to dispose of their medications.
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Nurse Family Partnership DIAPER and WIPES DRIVE
Nurse Family Partnership DIAPER and WIPES DRIVE
The Nurse Family Partnership is sponsoring a “Christmas Diaper and Wipes Drive.
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CRKA Christmas Tour of Homes
CRKA Christmas Tour of Homes
The Cleveland-Rutherford Kidney Association’s 1st Annual Christmas Tour Of Homes will be Saturday, December 10
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Luminaries To Shine In KM
Luminaries To Shine In KM
Luminaries will glow Saturday night, Christmas Eve, December 24th in Kings Mountain.  The City sponsored event will take place at Mountain Rest Cemetery from 5:30 p.m. until midnight. 
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Slideshow

Polkville Pack 114  Visit Bradley’s Screen Printing...
Polkville Pack 114 Visit Bradley’s Screen Printing...
Cub Scouts from Polkville Pack 114 recently visited Bradley’s Screen Printing, where they had the opportunity to find out how their newly designed pack t-shirts were screen printed.
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Poplar Springs Church Christmas Float
Poplar Springs Church Christmas Float
Pictured above: Poplar Springs Baptist Church gets ready for the Boiling Springs Christmas Parade. Their float was the inspiration of the late Dr. Rick Prassel and is organized every year by the Shephard’s Flock Sunday School Class.
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SHELBY CITY PARK 2011 CHAMPION CHEERLEADERS...
SHELBY CITY PARK 2011 CHAMPION CHEERLEADERS...
Come support the cheerleaders from Shelby City Park in a Christmas performance at the Cleveland Mall in Shelby on December 3, 2011 at 11:00am.
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TERESA LITTLEJOHN IS THIS WEEK'S LUCKY $100 WINNER!
TERESA LITTLEJOHN IS THIS WEEK'S LUCKY $100 WINNER!
Each week we reward one of our readers with $100. This week we congratulate our “Lucky Reader of the Week”, Teresa Littlejohn of the Shelby.
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Opinions

Bible Study: Jesus Came Not To Condemn The World
The world had condemned itself. Our mortal bodies lust for sin and if we listened, we would all perish off.
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Cross Words: Giving Thanks
I find it sad in a way that it’s necessary to have a national holiday to remind us to be thankful. As citizens of this country we needn’t strain too hard each and every day to realize we have more to be thankful for than most.
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Sports

Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report Dec. 1st edition
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report Dec. 1st edition
Kosa
The retirees, like me, took Thanksgiving week off. The last event was on Lake Wylie and was won by David O’Shields and Doug Sparrow with 8.03.
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Isaac Williams gets first deer...
Isaac Williams gets first deer...
10-year-old Isaac Williams shot this 6 point buck during his first time hunting on Nov. 25th.
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Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ Dec.1st
Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ Dec.1st
One of the conditions that hunters have to face this time of year is the fog. Sometimes it lingers seemingly all day making it difficult to see especially when hunting with firearms.
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City Park Champion Cheerleaders...
2011 Steelers Cheerleaders
City Park Champion Cheerleaders...
Come support the cheerleaders from Shelby City Park in a Christmas performance at the Cleveland Mall in Shelby on December 3,
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Church News

Area Church News Dec. 1st edition
Friendship United Methodist Church, Fallston
       Friendship United Methodist Church invites children to Kingdom Kids, a Wednesday night children’s ministry.
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Neighborhood Calendar

Neighborhood Calendar Dec. 1st edition
    Piecemakers Quilt Guild
  “Piecemakers Quilt Guilld meets the first Wednesday of each month from 10AM - 12PM at the Lincoln Co Senior Center, Lincoln Campus of Gaston College, 511 Aspen St., Lincolnton.
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Community News

Shelby's Recycling Program It’s The Right Thing To Do!
Shelby's Recycling Program It’s The Right Thing To Do!
If you could save $400,000 an acre just by recycling, would you do it? $400,000 an acre is what it costs for a landfill to operate.
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Sheriff Norman Offers Tips For Safe Shopping During The Holiday Season
Sheriff Norman Offers Tips For Safe Shopping During The Holiday Season
“The holiday season is right around the corner and shoppers are crowding malls and discount stores to buy the latest gadgets and find the best deals,” said Sheriff Norman of Cleveland County
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