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Gateway Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary!
Gateway Festival Celebrates 10th Anniversary!
Celebrating its’ 10th Anniversary, the Gateway Festival will give visitors the opportunity to experience the music, history, art and culture of Kings Mountain on Sat., Oct. 6th from 10am until 6pm in downtown Kings Mountain, NC.  The event has five different venues with a free shuttle between all the activities around town.
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JOB FAIR SET
U.S. Senator Kay Hagan today invited job seekers and employers to her North Carolina Back to Work Job Fair in Rutherford County on Friday, October 5th.
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Slideshow

FREDDIE LAUGHLIN WINS $100 IN SHELBY SHOPPER FOOTBALL CONTEST!
FREDDIE LAUGHLIN WINS $100 IN SHELBY SHOPPER FOOTBALL CONTEST!
Our week #4 Shelby Shopper & Info Football Contest winner was Freddie Laughlin of Shelby. Freddie said he’s been playing our contest for about three years and he gets help with his picks from his son, Torre. When asked who his favorite NFL team is, he said I have two.
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Obituaries

Carolyn Price Hamrick
 Mrs. Carolyn Price Hamrick, 71, of Shelby passed away at Hospice of Rutherford County on Tuesday, October 2, 2012.
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Clayton Allen Singleton
Clayton Allen Singleton, 95, passed away on Sunday, September 30, 2012 at White Oak Manor in Kings Mountain.
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Pansy Hensley Mull
Pansy Hensley Mull, 81, passed away on October 1, 2012 at Cleveland Regional Medical Center.
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Sports

Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report October 4th Edition
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report October 4th Edition
KOSA
The Kosa retirees fished Lake Norman last week, with David O’Shields and J R Henry getting the win with a catch of 4.65. Ronnie Humphries was second with 4.50 followed by Dean Champion and Fred Wright with 4.30. Big bass was a 2.20 brought in by the team of O’Sheilds and Henry. This week the retirees head back to Lake Wylie.
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Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ Oct. 4th
Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ Oct. 4th
For the most part, I’ve never been afraid of dogs. There’s only been two times that I’ve gotten bit, both by Chihuahuas. I think they both had some type of little-dog complex. But since deer hunters consistently go to and from their tree stand in the dark; if the neighbor or the local farmer has a dog,
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Church News

Area Church News October 4th Edition
Putnam Baptist Church, Shelby
  Marriage 911 First Response - Is your marriage in crisis? Do you see the signs that your marriage is headed towards crisis? Are you separated and on the path towards divorce? There is a reason to have hope! For more information call 704-477-1168. Premarital- Enrichment- Crisis/Separated- Stepfamily. www.allinmarriage.com. allinmarriage@gmail.com
Temple Baptist Church, Shelby
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Neighborhood Calendar

Neighborhood Calendar October 4th Edition
    Parkinson Support Group, Neal Sr. Center
   A Parkinson Support Group Meeting will be held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Neal Sr. Center, 100 Harris Dr., Shelby. Sgl. Doug Murphy 704-487-8822.
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Community News

Council On Aging Neal Senior Center Coat Drive
Now through October 31, 2012, the Council on Aging/Neal Senior Center will be conducting a Coat Drive for seniors who are homeless or any senior that may be in need. 
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Medicare Annual Election Period is Oct. 15 thru Dec. 7
Your health needs change from year to year, and the benefits and costs of your health plan may change each year, too. That’s why it’s important to evaluate your Medicare choices. The Annual Election Period is the one time of year when all people with Medicare can see what new benefits Medicare has to offer and make changes to their coverage.
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Star Wars Reads Day coming to Cleveland Memorial Library
Star Wars Reads Day To Be Held  At Cleveland Memorial Library, Shelby
Saturday, October 6, 2012 marks the first “Star Wars Reads Day” with over 1,000 events planned across the country.
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Five Men On A Mission... A Sacrifice To Help End Polio
Reaching the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro
Five Men On A Mission... A Sacrifice To Help End Polio
  Combine a dentist, a restaurateur, a exterminating company owner, a financial services executive and an architect and what do you have? Until recently these five men had just one thing in common.
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$10,000 “Success for Teens” Books Donated to Burns Middle
$10,000 “Success for Teens” Books Donated to Burns Middle
The Shelby Optimist Club in partnership with the North Carolina District of Optimist International has donated 1000 “Success for Teens” books valued at $10,000.00 to Burns Middle School.
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