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Army of moms praying for children and schools
Army of moms praying for children and schools

A worldwide battle is raging for our children. The current culture seeks to steal their minds, shape their attitudes and endanger their schools.

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Clean Hands Save Lives!

The Cleveland County Public Health Center would like to emphasize the importance of handwashing in reducing the spread of diarrheal and respiratory illnesses so you can stay healthy.

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Cleveland Community College Small Business Seminars set
Cleveland Community College Small Business Seminars set

The Small Business Center at Cleveland Community College is offering two seminars this summer.

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Crossroads Easter Egg hunt for local children
Crossroads Easter Egg hunt for local children

Crossroads Rescue Mission hosted an Easter Egg hunt for kids in the community on April 4, 2015.

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Kings Mountain Historical Museum Presents Pioneering Women of Cleveland County
Kings Mountain Historical Museum Presents Pioneering Women of Cleveland County

KINGS MOUNTAIN, North Carolina - Kings Mountain Historical Museum will present a new exhibit, Pioneering Women of Cleveland County, from February 7, 2015 - May 23, 2015.

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McIntyre-Elder Law new location
McIntyre-Elder Law new location

McIntyre Elder Law celebrated their new location with a ribbon cutting on March 26, 2015.

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Neighborhood Calendar May 19, 2016
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Tips to prevent mosquito and tick bites this summer

"Tip and Toss" is the message officials are sharing during April's Tick and Mosquito Borne Disease Awareness Month, encouraging individuals to protect themselves by eliminating mosquito breeding areas and taking preventive measures to reduce the likelihood of mosquito and tick bites.

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ROCK THE SQUARE...
Riley, Charley, Eddie and Reagan Vanhoy lounge on the Court Square lawn.
ROCK THE SQUARE...
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Tourism in NC creates $1.67 billion in economic benefit
Tourism in NC creates $1.67 billion in economic benefit

A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that 17,834,698 visitors to national parks in North Carolina spent $1.19 billion in the state in 2015. That spending resulted in 19,984 jobs and had a cumulative benefit to the state economy of $1.67 billion.

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Best of Show winner...
Best of Show winner...

The Broad River European Classic Car Show Best of Show and Mayor's Choice Award was a Morgan shown by Denny Trask of Rutherfordton.

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Crossroads Rescue Mission Receives $50,000 Grant

Crossroads Rescue Mission recently received a $50,000 grant through the Walmart Foundation's State Giving Program.

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New kids visit Club kids
Children at the Boys & Girls Club hold a two day old baby milk goat who visited the Club with some other kids from the goat herd at SonRidgeFarm.
New kids visit Club kids

Three baby goats or kids made their first public appearance at the Boys & Girls Club of Cleveland County Monday afternoon.

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State seeking veterans stories

Have a story to tell? The State Archives of North Carolina is asking veterans to share military experiences in times of war or peace through its Military Collection Veterans Oral History Program.

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Downtown Morganton 2016 summer concerts announced
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Downtown Morganton 2016 summer concerts announced

Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the free TGIF Concert Series on the Historic Courthouse lawn in Downtown Morganton, NC.

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American Legion District Oratorical Contest
Gabe Turner, the winner of the High School Oratorical Contest.
American Legion District Oratorical Contest

Gabe Turner of Ellenboro represented the North Carolina American Legion in the National High School Oratorical Contest in Indianapolis, Indiana, in April.

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Mayor Anthony declares Poppy Day
Mayor Anthony declares Poppy Day

At the Shelby City Council meeting on Monday, May 2, Mayor Stan Anthony III declared May 28, 2016 as Poppy Day in the City of Shelby.

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CCRM benefits from USDA grant
CCRM benefits from USDA grant

Cleveland County Rescue Mission (CCRM) was awarded a Rural Business Development Grant, given to rural public entities for projects that promote technology-based economic development from the USDA for completion of the Education and Employability Center (EEC) at the Rescue Mission.

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Randy McNeilly: It All Started With A Kodak 126 Instamatic
Randy McNeilly
Randy McNeilly: It All Started With A Kodak 126 Instamatic

Great photography is an art, and Randy McNeilly is an artist.

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