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Over the Mountain Triathlon
KINGS MOUNTAIN, NC –The City of Kings Mountain will host the annual Over the Mountain Triathlon on Saturday, May 19.  Part of the North Carolina Triathlon Series (NCTS) and sanctioned by the USA Triathlon, this Olympic length race will be the same length as the triathlon in this summer’s Olympic Games in London, England.
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Bar-H Championship Rodeo & Country Festival Celebrates 25 Years!
Bar-H Championship Rodeo & Country Festival Celebrates 25 Years!
The cowgirl flag bearers, get set to enter the Bar-H arena and begin the show with their Native American friend who sang our National Anthem.
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Sports

Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report May 17th edition
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report May 17th edition
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The retirees fished Lake Norman last week with David O’Shields and JR Henry bringing in 8.20 and capturing the win. They also had big bass of the day with a 2.30 largemouth.
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Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ May 17th
Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ May 17th
Another turkey season has all but ended. There’s just a few more days left. It has been a really weird season. It seems the action started earlier this year perhaps because of the warmer than normal temperatures.
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Community News

Bar-H Rodeo & Country Festival...
2-1/2 year old cowpoke, Tristan, went to the rodeo with his family and was raring to go!
Bar-H Rodeo & Country Festival...
Once again, Thurston Hamrick presented the Bar-H Championship Rodeo & Country Festival.
This year was extra special, as it marked the events quarter century of entertainment.
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Classical Academy Student Wins Essay Contest
Classical Academy Student Wins Essay Contest
Taylor  Sweat,  a  junior  at  Thomas  Jefferson  Classical  Academy,  is  the  state - wide  winner  of  the  North  Carolina  Celebrate Liberty  Essay   Contest,  sponsored  by Lions  Clubs.    The  Shelby  Club  held  the  contest  in  cooperation  with  Thomas  Jefferson  Classical  Academy.  
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Final Performance Of The Ballad Of Nancy Hanks
Final Performance Of The Ballad Of Nancy Hanks
Limited time only!  Last chance to see “The Ballad of Nancy Hanks” performed by the Rutherford Community Theatre! This original 2-act play by local playwright, Ludy Wilkie, is based on the local legend that Abe Lincoln was born to Nancy Hanks, a young unmarried woman bound out to the Enloe Family in Bostic, North Carolina.
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Beekeepers  Get “Honey House”
Beekeepers Get “Honey House”
The Cleveland County Beekeepers Association received a grant from RAFI USA (Rural Advancement Financial International) for the construction of a honey extraction facility.
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2012 Little Miss Merry Go Round Pageant Winners
2012 Little Miss Merry Go Round Pageant Winners
At this year’s Merry-Go-Round Festival, held at Shelby City Park, these young ladies were crowned and presented to an adoring public. The Little Miss Merry-Go-Round winners
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Habitat for Humanity ReStore has Anniversary
Habitat for Humanity ReStore has Anniversary
The Habitat for Humanity in Cleveland County ReStore’s Fourth Anniversary Celebration was a huge success.  Sanford Neal, Manager of the Lowe’s Planogram Facility,
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500 Books For Students!
500 Books For Students!
Jy’Juan Eskridge, a first grader in Mrs. Mary Degree’s class, presented First Gentleman of North Carolina, Bob Eaves with a gift on behalf of Township Three students and staff.
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Music

Carolina Music Productions 051712

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