"Today is a good day. I'm a part of something," Lucas Mayse said.
That good day was Thursday, Jan. 15 when Mayse and 41 other people received official club pins and certificates during the Aktion Club Charter Celebration at Rutherford Life Services.
Daisy Girl Scout Troop #20730 from Forest City selling cookies.
Trinity Christian Middle School has recently collected money for Hands of Hope and items for Grace of God.
Everyone loves sweets right? Well if you do, come to a huge bake sale in the Spring and make a dish, too.
Do you have a pasture or hayfield that is not as productive as you think it should be?
The Gardner-Webb University Orchestra will partner with the Rutherford County Symphony, the Crest High School Advanced Orchestra, and the world-renowned Summit Recording Artists Carolina Brass, for a special concert on Saturday, Jan. 31. The concert will be at The Foundation Performing Arts Center on the Isothermal Community College campus in Spindale.
National Public Radio Station WNCW will be featured on UNC-TV this week.
WNCW 88.7 is a broadcast service of Isothermal Community College with its official office on the campus. The station will be featured on the premiere of "David Holt's State of Music" which will air on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 10 p.m.
Rutherford County Arts Council has announced auditions for J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. The audition will take place on Thursday, Jan. 22 at 6:30 p.m. at Maple Street Theatre in the Rutherford Learning Center (old Rutherfordton elementary school).
Sometimes, a bit of satire says it best ...
The pastor of Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Forest City shared the Old Testament story of the King of Babylon taking Daniel and his friends into captivity and the oppression that followed, during a Martin Luther King, Jr. prayer breakfast Monday morning.
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Without a doubt there are many, many tips out there this time of year on how to not over-indulge and stay healthy over the holidays – eat a healthy meal before the big Christmas dinner, just taste small portions of the things you love, only have one serving – not two, push yourself away from the table as soon as you start feeling full, go for a walk after dinner, drink lots of water before-hand so you feel fuller by dinner time, and so on.
The other day I met the ideal person that I love to work with. There was a man who came into the store looking for a supplement to help control his diabetes.