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Jan 31 2018

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SPINDALE— The old Train Depot is coming alive again in Spindale. This time, to encourage bicycle safety. Read more

Chase holds Freshman Big Deal event

FOREST CITY– Chase High School held its freshman orientation event “The Freshman Big Deal” T Read more

Chimney Rock activities to take families to new heights

CHIMNEY ROCK — Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park invites visitors to get their bodies Read more

Artist Project grant applications available

FOREST CITY — Arts Councils in Rutherford and 10 other counties provide a collaborative gran Read more

Man injured when Jeep rolls over

LAKE LURE — An 80-year-old Forest City man was injured in a single vehicle crash Thursday af Read more

Opioid overdose-reversal kits available

FOREST CITIY—With drug overdose rates climbing in North Carolina, Vaya Health is working wit Read more


Friday’s football scores

Friday’s football scores Read more

Lady Hilltoppers cruise past Lady Titans

The R-S Central Lady Hilltoppers began play Wednesday night undefeated and remained undefeated after knocking off the McDowell Lady Titans in straight sets. Read more

Local teams prepare for Week 2 action

After posting a 3-1 record last Friday, the four Rutherford County teams will look to pick up wins tonight. The slate features two home games and two road games. Read more

Waddell named player of the week

FOREST CITY— R-S Central quarterback Jayden Waddell earned the distinction of being named the Smith’s Drugs of Forest City Player of the Week for his performance during the Hilltoppers’ season opening win over McDowell, 20-14. Read more

Gryphons settle for 1-1 draw

AVONDALE— The Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (TJCA) boys’ soccer team outshot Mountain Island Charter 35-8, but conceded a late goal and had to settle for a 1-1 draw against the Raptors in a non-conference match Wednesday night. Read more

Local volleyball teams earn road victories

Lady Cavs knock off Lady Mountaineers Read more


CHAPMAN: In the hollow of His hand

Without having sent off my DNA for evaluation, I am fairly sure of my ethnicity. I am Irish partly and Scottish partly, with some English and Welsh blood flowing in the mix. Knowing how much those peoples have fought with each other over the years, I can understand some of the inner conflict Read more

LETTER: Spindale town staff thanked for helping residents

OUR VIEW: Working together made park vision a reality

More than a year after the Forest City Town Council began discussing building a park on the Florence Mill property in town, the town’s elected officials, staff and residents celebrated the park’s ground breaking on Wednesday. Read more

OUR VIEW: A few minutes of much needed unity

In The Fayetteville Observer on Tuesday, the newspaper ran an editorial, “A Rare Moment of Unity” describing Monday’s solar eclipse. Read more

LEDFORD: The fear of anxiety

Through the years, I have treated many people with anxiety disorders. The most common anxiety disorders are Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Phobias, and Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder. There are specific treatment approaches for each disorder, but there are similarities. Read more

COLUMN: Witnessing the Great American Eclipse

While many people were traveling here and there to watch the solar eclipse that occurred Monday afternoon, I was at Lake Lure Classical Academy (LLCA) covering their eclipse viewing party. Read more

EDITORIAL: Motorists must heed to work zone warning signs

According to the latest statistics from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) Rutherford County had seven work zone crashes in 2016. Read more

A different take on the monument madness

I suppose most people are aware that our country has what could be described as “monumental issues” right now. That is to say that there is a societal upheaval centered around old Confederate monuments. People who have some composure about them are peacefully speaking out either for or again Read more

Remembering the king of comic books

Duos. When I was growing up in the Sixties, I depended on Huntley and Brinkley for the news, Flatt and Scruggs for bluegrass music, Rowan and Martin for topical humor and Stan and Jack for four-color thrills. Read more

Out of the box thinking for rural North Carolina

The plight of rural North Carolina, like the weather, generates lots of talk but little action. Conditions in the rural east and west continue to deteriorate while urban and suburban areas are thriving. Read more

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