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FOREST CITY — For only the second time since the beginning of September, Rutherford County has eclipsed the 190 active COVID-19 cases mark as 20 new active cases were reported on Thursday, bringing the total to 193.

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FOREST CITY — The county COVID-19 death total now sits at 55 after a new death was reported on Tuesday. This is the 11th coronavirus related death in Rutherford County over the past seven days.

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Joanne S Frisby/IND/TR, David Frisby III and Joanne Frisby Revocable Trust/By TR, David Frisby III/Trust by TR, David A Frisby IV and Daniel Frisby to Michael Chad Jennings and Alicia Hollis Jennings; Ellenboro/Colfax; 27.17AC; Tranquil Drive/Hollis Road; $170 tax; $85,000 value.

West Coast Fund, LLC to Henry Stefano Barnabei and Jean-Carlo Sanchez, trustees of The Barnabei Irrevocable Trust; Vista @ Bill’s Mountain Phase II; Lake Lure/Chimney Rock; Lot: 232; $70 tax; $35,000 value.

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Thirtyox, LLC, Joel Hawthorne, Imperial Acquisitions, LLC and American Zinc Products, LLC to Unlimited Product Sourcing, Corp.; Forest City/Cool Springs; 2.121AC; Meadowbrook Drive; $800 tax; $400,000 value.

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FOREST CITY — A total of 19 new positive COVID-19 cases have been reported according to the Rutherford County NC Emergency Management dashboard. There are 120 total active cases, seven hospitalizations and 24 total deaths.

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Linda Pourghafari to Bradan Dotson and Allison Whitney Smith Dotson; 2TR; 5.82AC/.75AC; $660 tax; $330,000 value.

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Scott D. Hoyle and Melissa R. Hoyle to Anthony Michael Wall and Brittany Hoyle Wall; Cool Springs; 8.05AC; $0 tax.