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A healthy start: Reasons to vaccinate your child

Immunizations give parents the safe, proven power to protect their children from 14 serious and potentially deadly diseases before they turn 2 years old.

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Adults need vaccines too!

Every year, tens of thousands of adults in the United States suffer serious health problems, are hospitalized, or even die from diseases that could have been prevented by vaccination.

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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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Come in to see what's new at Oliver's Hardware and Garden Center
Come in to see what's new at Oliver's Hardware and Garden Center

The staff at Oliver's Hardware and Garden Center, located on Hwy. 18 N. between Shelby and Fallston,

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First Broad River Clean Up...
Layne Owen, coordinator of the City of Shelby Stormwater division removes a tire and other trash from the First Broad River during last week\'s Clean Up Event.
First Broad River Clean Up...

A First Broad River Clean up was held at The Twin Trestle Trail in Shelby on Saturday, July 30, 2016.

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Fun at the ALWS...
Fun at the ALWS...

Brett Graham of Rowan County teaches a special hand shake to bat boy, eleven-year-old, Connor Jones of Shelby during a game featuring Rowan County and Omaha, Nebraska.

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Hospitals provide new services and technology for patients
Hospitals provide new services and technology for patients

Carolinas HealthCare System Cleveland and Kings Mountain will introduce several new options when seeking quality care.

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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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Little Miss American World Series Pageant winners...
Little Miss American World Series Pageant winners...

The 2016 winners of the Little Miss American Legion World Series Pageant held during the 7th Inning Stretch Festival on August 6th, 2016 in Uptown Shelby.

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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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National Night Out...
National Night Out...

The National Night Out in Shelby was held on August 2, 2016.

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Pregnancy and vaccines

During pregnancy, you are often thinking about baby names, nursery colors, and prenatal vitamins, but you should also be thinking about vaccines.

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Visit the Farmer FoodShare Donation Station Uptown Shelby Saturdays!
Farmer Foodshare volunteer, Margie Byars, left, accepts donations from Emily Parker, farmer & owner of Berryfields Farm during a recent market day.
Visit the Farmer FoodShare Donation Station Uptown Shelby Saturdays!

Fresh local food is finding its way to agencies in the county that are working to relieve hunger.

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Volunteers clean up First Broad River
Volunteers clean up First Broad River

A First Broad River Clean up was held at The Twin Trestle Trail in Shelby on Saturday, July 30, 2016.

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4-H Summer Campers 'Sew It Up'
Front: Anna Craig, Maddie Fletcher, Emma Fletcher, Natalie Spencer, Bethany Fisher, Victoria Lovell, ECA County Council President Pat Farley. Back: Krista Haynes, Volunteer Coordinator Hospice of Cleveland County.
4-H Summer Campers 'Sew It Up'

Participants in the "Sew It Up" 4-H Summer Fun Camp learned the basics of sewing, quilting and hand-made projects in their 3-day camp at the Cleveland County Extension Office.

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Foothills Conservancy receives grant for conservation of Wildacres Retreat
View from Wildacres Retreat. Photo courtesy Kelly Culpepper
Foothills Conservancy receives grant for conservation of Wildacres Retreat

A $1 million grant from North Carolina's Clean Water Management Trust Fund recently awarded to Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina brings the 1,100-acre Wildacres Retreat one step closer to permanent protection. The critical tract lies along the Blue Ridge Parkway in Little Switzerland, N.C.

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Online transactions safer in 'Exchange Zone'
Online transactions safer in 'Exchange Zone'

Anyone buying or selling anything online or via newspaper ads these days knows that it can sometimes be tricky to arrange a safe meeting place.

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Sheriff Alan Norman provides tips for a safe Labor Day weekend
Sheriff Alan Norman provides tips for a safe Labor Day weekend

With the approach of the Labor Day weekend, Cleveland County Sheriff Norman asks all citizens to join him in making this Labor Day holiday period a happy and enjoyable one for all.

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Troop 112 celebrates 75th Anniversary
Scout Master Paul Judge and Troop 112 with Pack 112 and older Eagle Scouts.
Troop 112 celebrates 75th Anniversary

On August 6th, 2016 Lawndale's Boy Scout Troop 112 celebrated their 75th Anniversary at Lawndale Baptist Church in Lawndale.

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Christmas in July benefits children in foster care
Cleveland County Chamber\'s July Business After Hours hosted by King Law in Shelby.
Christmas in July benefits children in foster care

Recently, more than 60 business owners and local residents attended the Cleveland County Chamber's July Business After Hours event hosted by King Law.

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Earl Scruggs Center receives donation
Earl Scruggs\' nephew, and Center Board Chairman, J.T. Scruggs, left, receives the PPG Foundation grant from Todd Douthit, PPG Industries Manufacturing Manager, Shelby.
Earl Scruggs Center receives donation

The Earl Scruggs Center recently received a $4,000 PPG Foundation grant for the Center's K-12 educational resources.

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Golden Bulls meet needs of students
Golden Bulls meet needs of students

Members of the Golden Bulls, a local men's group, work to help meet the needs of students at Number Three Elementary School and the Rams 2016 basketball champions.

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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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Foothills Conservancy 2016 Blue Ridge Protection Challenge is underway
Foothills Conservancy 2016 Blue Ridge Protection Challenge is underway

Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina's 2016 Blue Ridge Foothills Protection Challenge is underway and this year the goal has been raised from $60,000 to $75,000.

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Foothills Conservancy reaches 50,000 acre milestone
Ivy Creek flows through a canopy of rhododendron on land now permanently protected by Foothills Conservancy. The acquisition of this property brings the conservancy\'s 20-year protection record over the 50,000-acre mark to a total of 50,322 acres.
Foothills Conservancy reaches 50,000 acre milestone

Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina reached an important milestone recently with the acquisition of 377 acres in the Ivy Creek watershed of the South Mountains, which brings the land trust's 20-year protection record over the 50,000-acre mark to a total of 50,322 acres.

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