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Potato Project needs leaders, tractors
CCPP founders Bill Horn, left, and Doug Sharp. According to Sharp, the organization is in need of new leadership. They are also seeking 45-horsepower tractors and tractor operators.
Potato Project needs leaders, tractors

"CCPP is a local charity that has produced and given away more than one million pounds of potatoes during the past eleven years," says CCPP co-founder Doug Sharp. "However, several of our founding group are showing signs of wear and tear (we do not wish to think of this as age)."

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Entrepreneurial Vaughn's create incubator for small businesses
The Kingdom\'s Cup is managed by Jennifer Tomlin (center), with baristas Lainey Bradley and Tajuana Tate helping out in the day-to-day operations. (photos by Michael E. Powell/CF Media)
Entrepreneurial Vaughn's create incubator for small businesses

Kingdom's Cup one of six SB's in their Marion Street mini-mall.

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December 3 ribbon cutting at new TJCA high school campus
Cutting the ribbon at the Dec. 3 ceremony at TJCA's new high school are, from left to right: Joe Maimone, Susan Lewis of Beam Construction in Cherryville, Ray Maxwell, Nicholas Lattanzi, Reginald Speight, TJCA Principal Dianna Bridges and Jack Parker.
December 3 ribbon cutting at new TJCA high school campus

According to a school media release, Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy (TJCA) hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, Dec. 3, celebrating the completion of their new $18 million high school campus

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Law Enforcement Appreciation luncheon given for local officers
Shelby Police Chief Jeff Ledford, Cleveland County Commissioner Deb Hardin, Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman, and Cleveland County Commissioners Johnny Hutchins and Doug Bridges at the Law Enforcement luncheon.
Law Enforcement Appreciation luncheon given for local officers

Steve Borders family and Elizabeth Baptist Church wanted to do something special to recognize and honor Cleveland County law enforcement, so they thought a delicious lunch would be just the thing.

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Veterans Day 2021 to feature parade, hot dog lunch
Veterans Day 2021 to feature parade, hot dog lunch

Veterans Day, Memorial Day, Armed Forces Day - for many citizens the various holidays are confusing. But while all of these days were established to honor members of the military, each has a different group of honorees.

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Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland County celebrate 50 years at Main Clubhouse
Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland County celebrate 50 years at Main Clubhouse

Since May 13, 1971, the Boys & Girls Club of Cleveland County Clubhouse has been an important place for young men and women to get the help and mentoring they need to go forward into the future.

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'Snacks & Thanks
'Snacks & Thanks" delivered to healthcare workers

Frontline healthcare workers in Cleveland County are getting "Snacks & Thanks" through a community-wide effort to show appreciation to those who work long hours caring for others at Cleveland County's two hospitals.

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High Schoolers from Casar Seeking Shoes for Homeless
Emma Lineberger and Turner Cook with shoes that were donated for the homeless!
High Schoolers from Casar Seeking Shoes for Homeless

Emma Lineberger and Turner Cook, two Casar teens who attend Thomas Jefferson Classical Academy, are taking action to help the homeless this winter.

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Foothills Farmers' Market to  extend to a year-round market
Foothills Farmers' Market to extend to a year-round market

According to a media release from Emma Budzinski, Market Manager for the Foothills Farmers' Market, the Market plans to extend their hours of being open for business.

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Father, son entrepreneurs expand business again
Father, son entrepreneurs expand business again

Asked to describe their most recent move and expansion for their ever-growing hot sauce business at the ribbon cutting on Friday, Aug. 20, former Cherryville resident and one-half of a custom-made hot sauce entrepreneurship, Bret Morey, said simply, "We are blessed beyond measure!"

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Chalk Fest brightens county Court Square
Chalk Fest brightens county Court Square

The Shelby Courthouse Square was alive with colors this past Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, as area artists of all ages applied their skills to concrete at Cleveland County Arts Council's Chalk Fest.

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The call to fire service runs deep in Captain Quentin Cash
The call to fire service runs deep in Captain Quentin Cash
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NASCAR comes to Patriots Park
NASCAR team Hendrick Motorsports is sending its stable of Cup Series stock cars to Kings Mountain September 11, as a part of the LIVE at Patriots Park Cruise-In.
NASCAR comes to Patriots Park
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City of KM to salute Military, First Responders Sept. 11th
On The Border:The Ultimate Eagles Tribute Band with Opening Act, CAT5 Band
City of KM to salute Military, First Responders Sept. 11th
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2021 Cleveland County Amateur Golf Championship
2021 Cleveland County Amateur Golf Championship
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Bobby Bell Day
Bobby played the positions of defensive end and linebacker, and was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 1983. He is known to be one of the top one hundred players ever to play in the NFL.
Bobby Bell Day

The City of Shelby has plans to honor a hometown football legend on Saturday, August 28, 2021.

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David White's legacy: A Shelby builder and God's man
Author David White with his book, "Making Of A God Man", in which he tells the miraculous story of his survival and recovery from an accident that almost killed him.
David White's legacy: A Shelby builder and God's man

David White wants his legacy to be remembered as his being a "God man", or rather, God's man for whatever He needs him for.

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Distinguished Women Awardees to be honored
Distinguished Women Awardees to be honored

Carol Ann Hoard, area minister and one half of the duo known as The Christmas Tree Ladies who spread joy and goodwill throughout every holiday season.

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Wake the World offers disabled a chance to ski
Wake the World offers disabled a chance to ski

Wake the World offers disabled a chance to ski Kids (and adults) who never thought they would be able to water ski because of a disability will once again have the opportunity to do just that when Wake the World returns to Moss Lake at 10 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 30, 2021.

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Foothills Public Shooting Complex $1.3 million expansion complete
Foothills Public Shooting Complex $1.3 million expansion complete

Foothills Public Shooting Complex Range Director Sandra Orvig said the recent opening of their new expansion at the Complex is continuing to go well.

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Local scouts among top ten in regional cookie sales
Abby Smith and Sophia Rametta
Local scouts among top ten in regional cookie sales

Girl Scout cookies - they are hard to resist! Two local scouts are especially good at selling these boxes of deliciousness, and as a result they received special recognition from the Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont (GSCP2P) region.

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Shelby artist gives Army veteran a pleasant (and colorful) surprise
Shelby artist gives Army veteran a pleasant (and colorful) surprise

Mural artist Darrell Endicott (left) stands next to his most recent mural, done for his neighbor and friend, Vietnam veteran, former U.S. Army Sgt. Stanley Whitaker.

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Area towns plan Independence Day celebrations
Local town Independence Day schedules for celebrations.
Area towns plan Independence Day celebrations

Independence Day schedules for local town celebrations.

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ALWS returns to Shelby It's time to
A New Mexico Post 13 player waits for umpire\'s call.
ALWS returns to Shelby It's time to "Play Ball"

Legion World Series to be held as originally scheduled.

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Shelby man's two-act play wins local playwriting contest
Shelby playwright Ludy M. Wilkie with some of his degrees and commendations; most notably his U.S. Army Com
Shelby man's two-act play wins local playwriting contest

Shelby native Ludy Marvin Wilkie, is - among many other things - an accomplished playwright.

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