The 2011 Men’s High School Basketball Holiday Classic Tournament will be held Tues., Dec. 27; Wed., Dec. 28 & Thurs., Dec. 29 at Crest High School’s Ed Peeler Gymnasium.
This year’s Shelby Christmas Parade, held Sunday, Dec.18th, featured 125 entries and had nearly 2,000 people participating.
Retiring Cleveland County Manager, David Dear, was honored by being named the 2011 Grand Marshal of Shelby's Christmas Parade.
Each week we reward one of our readers with $100. This week we congratulate our “Lucky Reader of the Week”, Janet Chambers, who lives in the Earl Community.
You are starting to see them all over Shelby. Truckloads of the new blue rollout containers have arrived and are being distributed throughout the city.
Area Cleveland County “Stand Up For Jesus” men sponsored a program titled “From the Manger to the Cross” in Uptown Shelby at the Court Square.
The lawyer said, “I will get you justice”. The patient replied, “I do not want justice.
We build buildings, companies, houses and schools. We construct families, relationships, homes and lives. We are people of action. We are doers. We set and validate our lives around accomplishments.
Ada Lail Moses, 87, of Morganton, NC went home to be with her Savior on Tuesday, December 13, 2011 following a period of declining health.
Donald “Don” Carl Setzer, age 74, resident of Kings Mountain, NC went to be with Jesus on December 16, 2011 at Kings Mountain Hospice House.
Marjorie Chapman Edwards, 86, passed away on Thursday, December 15, 2011 at Kings Mountain Hospice House. A native of Cleveland County she was the daughter of the late Ambrose John and Maggie Pool Chapman.
Betty Conner Bolin, age 83, a resident of Blacksburg, died December 14, 2011 at Kings Mountain Hospice House.
Clara S. Greenway, 96, of Shelby, NC passed away on Saturday, December 17, 2011.
Emma Corene Blanton Stewart, 93 of Shelby, NC passed away on Sunday, November 18, 2011.
Esther Jean Helton, 80, of 304 College Avenue, lost a courageous 35 year battle with Multiple Sclerosis at Cleveland Pines Nursing Center, receiving her new body from Christ her Lord on Wednesday, December 14, 2011.
Because of lack of processing fees, which is $70 per deer, the Burns “Hunters Helping the Hungry” program has had to stop accepting venison from hunters.
Jacob Bowen killed his first buck while hunting with his Father, Dale, during the youth gun hunt in Ohio. “Way to go Jake!”
Each morning I walked about three-fourths of a mile in order to get to my stand.
Tommy Fox killed this nice 8-point buck on Nov. 21st.
Friendship United Methodist Church, Fallston
Friendship United Methodist Church invites children to Kingdom Kids, a Wednesday night children’s ministry.
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.
The Foundations of Education Huskins students sponsored a “Polar Express Stops at Gingerbread Lane” event at Crest High School on Thursday, December 15th.
On December 12, 2011, the Festival of Trees and Artists’ Market, which is located at 200 Gamble Dr., Lincolnton,
Keely Bryant presents $400 check to Margie Christopher, Executive Director CHCC.
The spirit of Christmas is in full force this time of year. For 9 year old Keely Bryant that spirit lasts throughout the year. Keely recently presented Children’s Homes of Cleveland County (CHCC) with a $400 check.