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Author shares blessing and hope in book
Author shares blessing and hope in book
“Your husband has Lewy Body Dementia” How do you cope when you hear those words?
Is there hope? How do you find joy?
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Slideshow

Broad River 5K Trail Run
Broad River 5K Trail Run
On Saturday, September 15, the first ever 5K Trail Run will take place at the Broad River Greenway in Boiling Springs. The course is natural surface and will begin near the main parking lot area.
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Opinions

Bible Study: How is Your Conscience?
If I should ask you this question: what brought you to Christ in searching for  forgiveness? Most of you would say my sins were bothering me. I was just not satisfied in the way I was living.
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Obituaries

Harold Wayne Ervin, Sr.
Harold Wayne Ervin, Sr.
Harold Wayne Ervin, Sr., age 66, resident of 413 Alan Drive, Kings Mountain, NC took his last breath on earth and his first breath in heaven on September 10, 2013 at Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC
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Jackie Mae Smith Bennett
Jackie Mae Smith Bennett
Jackie Mae Smith Bennett, age 68, of Forest City, NC, died Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at her residence.
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Martin E. Gillis
Martin E. Gillis, age 84,  a resident of Kings Mountain, died September 10, 2013 at Kings Mountain Hospice House.
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Mickey "Mick" Dean Abernathy
Mickey "Mick" Dean Abernathy, 57, of 4241 Fallston Road, Shelby, died Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at Hospice at Wendover in Shelby.
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Ollie Mae McGuirt
Ollie Mae McGuirt
Ollie Mae McGuirt, 87, a resident of Fair Haven Home, died on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at her residence.
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Sports

Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ September 12th
Outdoor Truths: Aiming Outdoorsmen Toward Christ September 12th
It’s beginning to feel a lot like deer season. The temperatures today will range from the mid-sixties to the mid-seventies. Days like these are sure to get me rubbin’ and ruttin’.
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Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report September 12th Edition
Bruce Camp's Local Fishing Report September 12th Edition
Kosa
The retirees fished Lake Wylie last week, John Black and Roger McNeely got the win with a catch of 12.2. Fred Wright and Mack Wyatt had 6.1 and took second, Ronnie Humphries claimed third with 5.2. Big bass of the day was a 3.4 largemouth brought in by the team of Wright and Wyatt. This week, it’s back to Lake Norman.
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Church News

Area Church News September 12th Edition
“Upward Soccer” New Hope Baptist Church, Earl
        New Hope Baptist Church, 2611 Blacksburg Road, Earl, NC will be having games for “Upward Soccer” beginning September 14. Awards Celebration: November 2. If you would like to help carry the gospel to hundreds of people each week, contact: Jason Chandler, 704-299-0446 or Sherri Jackson, 704-477-2419. Church, 704-487-6726. www.newhopeearl.com.
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Neighborhood Calendar

Neighborhood Calendar September 12th Edition
Council on Aging/Neal Senior Center
        “Bingo” - At Council on Aging/Senior Center, 100 T.R. Harris Drive, Shelby, NC. Each Monday Night (except holidays). Doors open at 5:30 (no admittance after 7:00pm). Jackpot up to $500.00 – Public invited 12 years old and up.
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Community News

Birth Announcement
Birth Announcement
Dennis and Diana Elliott of Lawndale, NC are the proud parents of Hannah Leigh Elliott, born on August 22, 2013. Hannah weighed 6 pounds, 2 oz., and was 19” long.
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The Carolina Renaissance Festival Celebrates 20 Years of Cheers!
The Carolina Renaissance Festival Celebrates 20 Years of Cheers!
Introduced to the Carolinas in 1994, the Carolina Renaissance Festival approaches its 20th year of bringing medieval cheer to the metro-Charlotte region.  Nearly 190,000 attendees are expected to time travel to the fictional village of Fairhaven to experience the festival, held on weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, from October 5th - November 24th.
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Foothills Farmers’ Market Grows To Meet Demand For Local Food
Foothills Farmers’ Market Grows To Meet Demand For Local Food
 The local food movement continues to grow, and with it, the Foothills Farmers’ Market.  A satellite market location is now operating in Kings Mountain on Railroad St. every Saturday from 8am until 12noon.
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Lunch With Bobby Jenks...
Bobby Jenks
Lunch With Bobby Jenks...
  Bobby Carroll Jenks has recently been appointed as Interim Manager of the Cleveland County Fair. Bobby grew up on his daddy’s farm in Vale, NC and his family has been in the concession business for 67 years. To get to know him better, I invited him to lunch. We sat down and talked for over an hour.
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Missionaries On Horse Back...
Missionaries On Horse Back...
Tim and Lynn Tuggle sold or gave away everything they had in 2010. They are from Fort Bragg, California and set out on a mission. They call themselves, “Disciples of Jesus Horsemen” and have traveled through 14 states spreading fellowship and love.
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Mooresboro Teenager Wins Pageant Title
Mooresboro Teenager Wins Pageant Title
A Mooresboro teenager is on her way to next year’s Miss North Carolina’s Outstanding Teen Pageant.
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