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  1. Nomination Form – Rutherford Business Showcase Awards 2014

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    Nominate your favorite local businesses! The purpose of these awards is to honor and celebrate our diverse and passionate businesses with awards voted on and chosen by you. These businesses do many awesome things and the community needs to know.  Deadline to nominate: May 2. (You may vote for multiple...
  2. Robynn Spence: Saying Goodbye

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    “The most painful tears are not the ones that fall from your eyes and cover your face.  It’s the ones that fall from your heart and cover your soul.”  ~ Author Unknown In life, we live, we laugh and we love… but nobody tells us about the fourth “L” –...
  3. Will You Marry Me…Again?

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    In some ways—perhaps even most ways—Yolanda Scott and Roger Littlejohn couldn’t be more different. She’s an intensely detail-oriented business owner with a number of degrees and interests. He’s a braider operator at a local plant who pretty much sees things as black or white. She needs to understand every facet...
  4. Carolyn Hardin: A Source of Strength in the Storm

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    It is a bitterly cold morning in January, but people are already waiting outside the Yokefellow Service Center in Spindale. Most are women—many holding a child by the hand or in their arms. At the sound of the front doors unlocking, they surge forward as a group into the warm...
  5. Dr. Jacqueline McKool: Optimal Health…Naturally

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    “This is my purpose in life, to educate communities on the truth about wellness, and to empower then to restore their bodies back to good health – naturally.” One thing about Rutherford County, we are a bit laid back as a whole, with the “if I don’t get there today,...
  6. Mary Gist: “A Mother’s Love”

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    There are some women, like Mary Gist, that soar above others with the love they give and for their uplifting spirit. Mary gives credit for these personal traits to her beloved mother Addie L. Hines. This story begins on December 17, 1957—the day her father was killed in a car...
  7. Helpful Tips for Good Manners

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    By Ms. Magnolia The Southern Voice for the Modern World It is becoming more apparent that in today's fast paced society we are becoming more impatient with each other. With technology being what it is, we often find ourselves rushing through the day and missing out on the little things....
  8. 40 years of History and Tradition at Trinity Christian School

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    Celebrated with the Leading Ladies This year marks the 40th anniversary of Trinity Christian School in Rutherfordton. With so much history and tradition behind this school, what better way to get a feel for the true passion that made this Christian based school what it has been and still is...
  9. Ending Domestic Violence

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    The “Stories and Stitches” Domestic Abuse Education and Support Group It’s alarming just how prevalent domestic violence still is in this society that claims to be so educated and progressive. There are nearly 85,000 domestic violence calls made each year across the state, more than 700 of which are made...

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